DATE: Fri., March 23, 2018
TIME: Networking 11:30 – Program Noon – 1:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Ewers Century Center Teleconference Room
CF • 3001 SW College Road • Ocala, FL 34474
OCALA, FL – As a six-year-old child diagnosed with a form of muscular dystrophy, Ginger Broslat’s doctor knew she would experience many falls in her life. Fall Therapy is a form of physical therapy he prescribed to empower a little girl to prevent falls and manage falls to prevent injury so she could walk with confidence no matter how unstable her muscles may be. Broslat has carried the physical lessons of Fall Therapy with her as life lessons. Let’s face it. It’s not a matter of if we will make mistakes, experience lapses in judgement or face failures, but when. It’s how we go down and get back up that makes the difference in our walk. Ginger teaches audiences to – Go down gracefully. Rise triumphantly!
About the Speaker: A passionate and collaborative communicator, Ginger Broslat is a public relations and marketing consultant who works as an integral member of her clients’ teams. With a strong background in healthcare, economic development, publishing and nonprofit management, she is adept at visualizing the big picture, developing the creative concepts and tactical steps needed to achieve measurable objectives.
Leadership is a key component in Ginger’s professional development. She is a graduate of the Leadership Ocala/Marion County Class XVI and a member of the inaugural class of Leadership FPRA. She currently serves on the United Way of Marion County Board of Directors as vice-chair of public relations and marketing and is serving her third year on the Florida Public Relations Association executive committee as VP of accreditation and certification.
Ginger earned a Master’s Degree in Strategic Public Relations through George Washington University. She approaches projects with a strategic end in mind. That practice has garnered numerous Image Awards from the Florida Public Relations Association on both local and state levels.
Ginger uses her physical weakness with muscular dystrophy as a strength to inspire and encourage others through motivational speaking. Spiritual lessons from those experiences were published in her devotional book, Fall Therapy in 2004. She has modified the content to deliver training on ethical behavior in a corporate setting.
Ginger and her husband Bill’s Ocala, FL home is under the management of Sophie, the seven-pound Maltese dog who calls a majority of the shots. They have two adult children, Adam and Brooke, both of whom live in Nashville, TN. Adam is a systems engineer with Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Brooke is the office manager and CEO’s right hand for Grab the Gold, a natural foods protein bar manufacturer in Nashville.
Please RSVP to Christy Jergens at firstname.lastname@example.org
payment can be made by visiting http://www.fpraocala.org/
RSVPs must be made by 2 p.m. the Tuesday prior to the luncheon and cannot be guaranteed without payment. Cost is $20 for members and $25 for guests and for members who pay at the door, or pay online at the ticket URL listed.
The monthly meetings begin with networking from 11:45 a.m. – Noon with lunch and presentations from Noon – 1 p.m.
Professional attire preferred