OUR GUEST SPEAKER!
Elite endurance athlete LISA SMITH-BATCHEN is running for change. She ran 2,500 miles across America in 62 days, becoming the only person to pursue this journey she called ‘Running HOPE through America.’ Lisa ran across the Sahara desert, becoming the first American woman to win the 150-mile Marathon des Sables. She has run through Death Valley more times than any woman, twice winning the 135-mile Badwater Ultramarathon. She is the first woman to complete the 584-mile Badwater Quad on a project she called ‘Badwater 4 Goodwater.’
But Lisa’s running is deeper than her wins and records. She runs to change the world, and has raised over $8 million for charity in the process. Over these thousands of miles on foot she has uncovered secrets you can only learn when you fully commit to the process of doing good.
She is going to share those secrets, and what she has planned for her 60th year on earth, with our community of change-makers on September 29. We want you to be there. This conversation will not only inspire, it will also delight, motivate and take your charitable enterprise to the next level.
Don’t miss this special opportunity to hear this incomparable world-changing legend tell her story.
PhilanthropyTouch is an industry specific group within our larger AthletesTouch network, which is an exclusive, transformative, membership community of individuals and organizations who are changing the world through charitable and social enterprise. Members share the same mentality: that charity is enterprise and must see itself as such to perform and accomplish the most good. We share best practices, resources, contacts, successes and failures through a speaker driven environment. The PhilanthropyTouch community is comprised of philanthropists, funders, c-Level staff, donors, board members, development staff, trusted advisors and founders.WHENSeptember 29, 2020 at 6pmWHEREZoom Conference Call
(Link Provided after RSVP)
Los Angeles, CA
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Kent Seton posted about Badwater Crushed on Facebook 2017-07-13 10:15:06 -0700Bulletin Board: Badwater Crushed
Our very own Lisa Batchen-Smith, regular speaker to AT, just finished Badwater the toughest foot race in America in Death Valley. She finished 17th!
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Going to get full season Lakers Tickets (two of them). Anyone interested in taking 21 or 22 games on the other side, give me a shout 310-666-9131
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Our law firm opened new offices in Beverly Hills (literally in the heart of BH), if any AT Members need to post up while in BH for a few hours, you have an open invite. 226 South Beverly Drive, Suite 225, BH 90212 or email first at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I love to be involved with people who are trying to change the world in big and small ways.
Kent E. Seton, Esq., is the CEO and Chairman of the Board of the Edward Charles Foundation and a practicing lawyer in the philanthropic sector with his highly active law firm, Seton & Associates. He is a well known speaker; he has published legal articles on tax and corporate matters affecting the philanthropy world. Furthermore, he has been the procuring cause of bringing world class speakers to events he has produced for those in the philanthropic sector in the Los Angeles area. He advises major families, corporations and individuals on the philanthropic efforts.He travels extensively to assist his clients around the World. Not only do his clients work domestically in the US, but, also globally, trying to solve some of the world's toughest issues.
College/Pro Team: USC
Chapter: West Los Angeles
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