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Imprint Women’s Conference 2021


  • March 13, 2021 Date
  • $20 In-Person Registration Price:
  • $15 Digital Ticket Price:
  • No Childcare Available
Register September 28, 3600 9:00 AM September 28, 3600 12:00 PM America/New_York Imprint Women’s Conference 2021

FOCUS Isaiah wrote 43:19; “For I am about to do something new…” This world needs strong-hearted women to allow the Spirit to work in and through us to transform our hearts to equip us better to be the servant leaders God has called us to be. If you want to live like Jesus in 2021, you need a clear objective and FOCUS. The apostle Paul wrote Phil 3:13-14, “I focus on this one thing…” The Prophet Isaiah wrote 43:19; “God is about to do something new…” This one-day event will be filled with intimate worship, great speakers, giveaways, and an opportunity to refocus our lives together. Speaker Line-Up: Elizabeth Dixon Elizabeth’s most valuable roles are wife to her best friend, John, and mom to her 8-year-old son, David, and her 5-year-old daughter, Ansley. With her talents as a business leader, strategist, and speaker, Elizabeth currently leads Service & Hospitality strategy for Chick-fil-A, crafting strategic direction for the customer experience that has grown the business to $14B in sales annually. As a serial “intrapreneur” and entrepreneur, Elizabeth has created several Chick-fil-A programs and departments over her 17 years at the company as well as starting various small businesses outside of Chick-fil-A. A recent venture has been a nonprofit women’s ministry in south Atlanta, The Well, whose vision is “to bring unity to our community”. Elizabeth has a B.S. from Liberty University and certifications in strategy and leadership from Emory University and Harvard University. She is a student of cooking, an aspiring composter, a want to be gardener, a vigorous reader, an avid athlete, and an adventure enthusiast. Quantrilla Ard Quantrilla Ard, PhD, is a recent transplant to the Atlanta area along with her husband and three littles. A passionate creative at heart, she has answered the call to encourage women in all stages of life and of various backgrounds through empathy, transparency, and love. She is a faith-based personal and spiritual development writer, author, and speaker who believes in the power in collective strength, community, and fellowship. Quanny (as her friends call her) has regularly recorded weekend audios and written teachings for the First 5 app and has been a contributing study leader for Proverbs 31. She has also served as the Community Coordinator for Chrystal Evans Hurst. Her goal is to lead with compassion and walk alongside women in the difficulties of life, while illuminating the often hidden joys tucked within sorrow. She is an advocate for social justice with a specific focus on Black maternal/infant health and mortality. You will find her wherever people are sharing stories of triumph. In-person & Digital Tickets now available.

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FOCUS

Isaiah wrote 43:19; “For I am about to do something new…”

This world needs strong-hearted women to allow the Spirit to work in and through us to transform our hearts to equip us better to be the servant leaders God has called us to be. If you want to live like Jesus in 2021, you need a clear objective and FOCUS.

The apostle Paul wrote Phil 3:13-14, “I focus on this one thing…” The Prophet Isaiah wrote 43:19; “God is about to do something new…”

This one-day event will be filled with intimate worship, great speakers, giveaways, and an opportunity to refocus our lives together.

Speaker Line-Up:

Elizabeth Dixon

Elizabeth’s most valuable roles are wife to her best friend, John, and mom to her 8-year-old son, David, and her 5-year-old daughter, Ansley. With her talents as a business leader, strategist, and speaker, Elizabeth currently leads Service & Hospitality strategy for Chick-fil-A, crafting strategic direction for the customer experience that has grown the business to $14B in sales annually. As a serial “intrapreneur” and entrepreneur, Elizabeth has created several Chick-fil-A programs and departments over her 17 years at the company as well as starting various small businesses outside of Chick-fil-A. A recent venture has been a nonprofit women’s ministry in south Atlanta, The Well, whose vision is “to bring unity to our community”.

Elizabeth has a B.S. from Liberty University and certifications in strategy and leadership from Emory University and Harvard University. She is a student of cooking, an aspiring composter, a want to be gardener, a vigorous reader, an avid athlete, and an adventure enthusiast.

Quantrilla Ard

Quantrilla Ard, PhD, is a recent transplant to the Atlanta area along with her husband and three littles. A passionate creative at heart, she has answered the call to encourage women in all stages of life and of various backgrounds through empathy, transparency, and love. She is a faith-based personal and spiritual development writer, author, and speaker who believes in the power in collective strength, community, and fellowship. Quanny (as her friends call her) has regularly recorded weekend audios and written teachings for the First 5 app and has been a contributing study leader for Proverbs 31. She has also served as the Community Coordinator for Chrystal Evans Hurst. Her goal is to lead with compassion and walk alongside women in the difficulties of life, while illuminating the often hidden joys tucked within sorrow. She is an advocate for social justice with a specific focus on Black maternal/infant health and mortality. You will find her wherever people are sharing stories of triumph.

In-person & Digital Tickets now available.