Monday, May 7, 7pm
Maryville University Auditorium
Left Bank Books, Maryville Women & Leadership and the Women’s Foundation of Greater St. Louis welcome St. Louis native, award-winning civil rights attorney and talk show host Areva Martin, who will sign and discuss her new book, Make It Rain, with Marylen Mann!
What if you could get in front of millions of prospects with the avid endorsement of famous influencers—without spending a dime? It's happening right in front of you every day. Guest experts on TV, radio, podcasts, blogs, and live streaming are getting local and national exposure for their business and brand that they could never have afforded to reach with ads. In Make It Rain, Areva Martin, one of America's most sought-after thought leaders, breaks the silence to reveal what insiders know about the power of media appearances to revolutionize a business and brand and get your core message out to the people who need it most.
"Areva Martin provides clear, smart, apply-it-now advice and effective insider tips on how to spot opportunities, amplify your message, and reach your audience."
—Dr. Jennifer Ashton
This event is free and open to the public, but proof of purchase of Make It Rain from Left Bank Books will be required to enter the signing line. Books will be available for purchase at the event.
Marylen Mann is the founder of Oasis, a national public-private partnership offering lifelong learning, health promotion and volunteer opportunities for older adults. Although these concepts are now widely accepted, when Marylen first started Oasis in 1981, these were new ideas. Her civic involvement outside of Oasis has included chairing the Advisory Council of the Washington University Center for Aging, the National Council for the George Warren Brown School of Social Work, board member of the St. Louis Symphony, The St. Louis Science Center, the Jewish Community Relations Council, the Newmark Institute for Human Relations and the Whitaker Foundation. She serves on the advisory boards of Provident Care and counseling and Memory Care Home Solutions. Mann also served on the Clayton School Board for 13 years, and as chair for three year.