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13 Comments on booking requests

  1. Marenda Thornton says:

    Hi Reenah,

    We would like to have you come to our school for an assembly. Please call me day or night at 585-295-3401.

  2. Debora McDell-Hernandez says:

    Happy New Year Reenah! I serve as co-chair of U of R’s employee networking group Sankofa. We would like to invite you to be a presenter at our Black History Month event on February 17 at 12pm. Please call me at 276-8967 and I’ll provide you with more details.

    Best,
    Debora McDell-Hernandez

  3. My name is Jennifer Baszile, and I am the director of the Consortium on High Achievement and Success, (CHAS).  CHAS is the oldest and largest organization dedicated to the success of underrepresented students on selective liberal arts campuses.  We have 31 member institutions, and you can find more information about our organization at http://www.commons.trincoll.edu/chas.

    Each year, the Consortium on High Achievement and Success hosts the Women of Color Conference.
    From March 4-6, 2016, The State University of New York at Geneseo (near Rochester) will host this year’s conference.

    Through a series of engaging keynote speakers and dynamic workshops, the Women of Color Conference aims to facilitate dialogue that examines how the selective liberal arts experience impacts the everyday lives of women of color.  The conference seeks to allow space for the creation of  an intersectional womanist community, one that embraces the full spectrum of experience, self-definition, and identity.

    If you are available that weekend, I would love to explore the possibility of you being a keynote speaker at our event on Saturday afternoon/early evening and facilitating a workshop.  Last year, we attracted more than 150 students, faculty and administrators to the event.

    Since the conference is planned by committee, I would also have to speak with them.  We are happy to discuss an honorarium for your appearance, if you will kindly provide information about your typical fees. Please let me know at your earliest convenience if this is an invitation that you would like to explore.

    I appreciate your time.
    My office number is 860.297-4173

    • ReenahG says:

      Really enjoyed speaking at your event and meeting your amazing students! Let’s stay in touch, I’d love to come again!

  4. Jackeline Matos says:

    Hi Reenah,

    I remember when you came to my college for MLK day through dance. Kelly Johnson connected our school with you and a few other performers. I’m apart of CSA (Caribbean Student Association) and we will be having our annual Masquerade Ball March 25 on a Saturday. The theme is Dance in the Caribbean and we wanted you to perform a spoken word for the event. If you can get back to me asap that would be great.

    -Jackie

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  7. Kelly Lincoln says:

    Hello,
    My name is Kelly Lincoln, I am a social worker at Brockport High School. Students from BHS attended Expressions of King’s Legacy and were enthralled with your art of poetry. This year at the high school we are doing a Day of Caring and would like to invite you as a guest speaker. We are looking for an interactive workshop focused on poetry, self care and self worth. The audience will be students in grades 9-12. This will be held on March 29, from 7:30a until 11:00a. We are in the planning stages. Please let me know if this is something you would be interested in and we will get back to you with more information. Thank you so much for your consideration.

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