About this experience
This event was made to combine all women from the office, to the home and wellness centers. So many times events are either business or pleasure. The Shero Experience brings together women from all areas of interest, athletic ability and life path choice. Meet, connect, be active and eat well at the next Shero Experience!
What can Shero do for you?
Shero can help you connect to other women, thus hoping to enhance each woman's life with longevity, friendships, better business results and just plain adding fun! As on the website it states what a Shero is by definition, but The Shero Experience is a physical and digital place for women to connect with one another. Some may ask if it is a leadership conference, I say yes. Some ask if it is a social conference, I say yes. Some ask if it is a health conference, I say yes. Some ask if it is a business conference, I say yes. The Shero Experience is whatever you want to make it. The over all goal is to recognize, love and be there for the women in our community. The Shero Experience is YOUR place for fierce women to come together. It is YOUR choice for how you utilize it. It is YOUR resource for when you have a need. Let's continue to connect and see what we can build together.
What IS The Shero Experience?
We are currently working as a committee to gather the Shero principles and complete mission statement. If you have ideas or thoughts on what it means to you please send them our way!
About the organizer, Jackie (Fetter) Stiles
Jackie is a board-certified health coach and board-certified with the American Association for Drugless Practitioners, the AADP, owner of Honest Floating and owner of Honest Living, founder of The Shero Experience and previous owner of Katering Kitchen. Areas of study have been an herbalism internship, attending Institute for Integrative Nutrition and Kirkwood Community College.
In 2009 her love for community outreach and volunteerism led her to volunteer at Waypoint Services where she received a Level 1 Victims Advocate certification for domestic abuse and sexual assault. Then in 2013 she became co-chairman of the restaurant committee for the local Cedar Rapids Iowa Blue Zones Committee. Volunteering has always been a loving passion for Jackie and she continually looks for ways to help and connect with those that need assistance.
Previous workshops and classes were available through The Ghosh Cancer Center, Kirkwood Community College and Illuminations Healing Arts. Once a month she also was "Guest Chef" at Brewed Cafe in the NewBo District in 2013 through 2014.