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Ladies, wherever you are on your professional or faith journey, Polished is a place for you. We are a safe and inclusive community of working women who ask the hard questions about life and faith and work to find the answers together.
Join us for lunch this month to hear the powerful story of a businesswoman in our community, and to engage with a broad and beautiful spectrum of women to encourage, support and learn how to flourish in the workplace.
THIS MONTH'S SPEAKER:
Elizabeth Larios is the Program Manager of gBETA OKC for Gener8tor and the Co-Founder of Rehoboth Care Mission. With her extensive background in community engagement and outreach, she works with start up company founders to meet with and pitch to investors across the country. Elizabeth holds a Masters in Public Administration and a Bachelors in International Business from the University of Central Oklahoma. While at UCO and at Rose State College (where she earned a Business Administration Associates), Elizabeth held various leadership positions and helped move many Higher Ed initiatives forward. Elizabeth now uses her interpersonal and leadership skills to organize and assist in the redevelopment and growth of Oklahoma City and abroad. Locally, she managed various economic development projects such as single family residential developments in Northeast OKC, areawide city planning efforts known as "Master Plans" throughout the city and managed a commercial corridor that runs about 3 miles long from south May Ave to south shields blvd in south OKC including over 300 businesses. Internationally, through Rehoboth Care she assists Ghanian women entrepreneurs with seed funding for their dream businesses to become reality. She helps them become self-sustainable while also boosting their local economy through job creation and monetary circulation. Elizabeth incorporates diversity, inclusion and outreach foundations in all the work she is involved in. She currently serves on the board for SW 29 Street District, is a commissioner for the Oklahoma State Tourism Commission and Metropolitan Library Commission. Elizabeth is determined to highlight and elevate her Hispanic community’s challenges and opportunities while continuing to advocate for a better, more equitable world for all. To learn more about any of her efforts please visit: www.rehobothcaremission.org or https://www.gener8tor.com/gbeta/oklahoma-city