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Former Fortune 500 Human Resources Pro to Share Riveting Personal Story and Insider Secrets During One-Day Master Class in Atlanta
(Black PR Wire) ATLANTA - Self-proclaimed Queen of “From Foster Care to Fabulous,” Tana M. Session, a career coach, international speaker and author, will host a one-day master class titled Stop Being the Best Kept Secret in Atlanta on Aug. 11.
“It will be a full day of empowerment, enlightenment and encouragement,” said Session, who believes that the secret sauce to her own rise from homelessness to becoming a vice president of human resources has been becoming her true, authentic self in her career, business and relationships.
During the event, Session plans to give women around the world a blueprint to owning their personal power and embracing their self-worth. Attendees will also enjoy lunch catered by Chef Menecia Jackson.
Atlanta will be the second stop on Session’s tour. Her first master class held in New York last May attracted attendees from as far as Jamaica and resulted in 50 items of clothing being donated to the Dress for Success New York Chapter.
"The first stop on the tour far exceeded my own expectations. The women came out on a rainy NYC Saturday and spent an full day working on forgiving themselves for past failures and learning how to put themselves first,” said Session. “This is truly more than an event...this is a MOVEMENT!"
For tickets and more information about the Stop Being the Best Kept Secret tour visit https://www.stopbeingthebestkeptsecret.com/
About Tana M. Session:
Session is author of the Amazon best-seller, "Get Your Career Life in Order," "Inside the Revolving Door," and the newly-released "The Little Book of Motivation & Inspiration." As a former human resources executive and certified life and career coach, Session is a leading expert on personal transformation as her own life journey of shocking adversities began as a foster care child in the 1970s in Harlem, N.Y., where she was born to unwed teenage parents. While being transitioned from the homes of her foster family to the homes of various biological family members, Tana suffered from physical, sexual and verbal abuse, rape, and homelessness that led to depression and suicidal thoughts. Adding to her pain, both of her biological parents died by the time she was 21 years old.
A few years later, a bitter divorce and the loss of custody of her son left Session feeling hopeless. In an effort to rebuild her life, she worked as an administrative assistant at Ernst & Young and climbed the corporate ladder, triumphantly regaining custody of her son and going on to earn a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and an MBA.
In 2015, Session resigned from her position of vice president of human resources to start TanaMSession.com, a coaching, consulting and speaking firm.
Session currently lives in Pasadena, Calif., with her husband and her son, Brandon, a senior at California State University Los Angeles.
Her three books can be purchased at TanaMSession.com.
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