Mindful Methods to Shift Your Life Event Hosted by Women United


LiszczWomen United, a United Way of Greater Baytown Area & Chambers County affinity group, hosted their second virtual event on February 4, 2021 featuring the upbeat and engaging guest speaker Lisa M. Liszcz, Ph.D.

Dr. Liszcz is a master coach and consultant who worked as an HR and Talent Development leader for 20 years. She is the Amazon.com best-selling author of FE Feminine Emergence. The program titled “Mindful Methods for Profound Shifts in Personal and Work Life” was timely and relevant as individuals struggle to adjust to new normal. Individuals heard about the three secrets for making 2021 the most powerful year and learned how to easily apply these secrets to their lives. More than 30 individuals participated in the uplifting and practical event.

Women United encourages its members to leverage their time, talent and treasure in support of the mission of the United Way of Greater Baytown Area & Chambers County. The mission of Women United is to empower women in the local community to achieve financial, professional, and personal success. “The Women United session with Dr. Lisa Liszcz is just the type of mental and emotional boost I needed in 2021 to get the year started off right,” said Jennifer Walsh, futureAlign account director and Women United chairwoman. “I am so excited for the type of programming we have in store for Women United members to help women in our community grow and become stronger – both personally and professionally.”

 “It is critical that we remember that our daughters, nieces, etc. are watching and learning from us on how we approach life,” said Attendee Tonya Donatto, Chemical Technology IT Controls Coordinator with ExxonMobil. “Liszcz’s three secrets of mindfulness stood out for me.”

The first 15 participants to register for the event received a signed copy of her book and all of the participants received a red face mask in honor of Valentine’s Day, courtesy of the local woman-owned business, Be Sparkle Fashion.

Women United also announced a volunteer partnership with GRADCafe Baytown to help high school students with job-readiness skills with more details to be released in the coming weeks.

Women United is a United Way of Greater Baytown Area & Chambers County affinity group. To learn more about Women United call 281.424.5922 or visit

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