Kari Kampakis

Online tickets sales have ended. If interested in attending tonight's event, please contact Currie Mullins at Curriebohnmullins@gmail.com.

The Episcopal Parents' Guild is delighted to invite you and your daughters to a special evening for mothers of young girls featuring the esteemed guest speaker, Kari Kampakis. As a celebrated author and advocate, Kari seeks to empower mothers with her insightful writings and profound understanding of nurturing the young female spirit. Kari Kampakis, a wife,  mom of four girls and author of four books, unites women who aim to be strong mothers raising empowered daughters. Addressing the most prominent modern-day issues, Kari helps mothers feel less alone, more encouraged, and better equipped. Kari Kampakis is a Christian author, podcaster, and national speaker from Birmingham, Alabama. Her work has been featured on numerous national outlets, and she hosts the Girl Mom podcast.

This event will be held on Wednesday, May 8th in the Visual & Performing Arts Center Auditorium beginning at 5:30 pm. The event is open to all Episcopal moms. However, only your daughters in 5th through 12th grade should attend. Tickets are $15.00 each. The evening session will begin in the Visual and Performing Arts Center with a breakout session just for moms to follow. During the breakout session, your daughters will enjoy refreshments while under the care of chaperones in the Webster Refectory.

This event presents an opportunity for connection and community amongst mothers. Join the Episcopal Parents’ Guild and the Episcopal family as we come together to celebrate the journey of raising strong, confident girls. 

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Please email Episcopal mom, Currie Mullins at curriebohnmullins@gmail.com 


Wednesday, May 8th 

VPAC Auditorium


Tickets $15 per person