Top Floor Women meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month, 8:0-0-9:30 am at The Barn at Bay Horse Inn, unless noted otherwise.
August Event - We are back to meeting in person!
How To Have More - Money, Power + Love
Wednesday, August 4, 2021
The Barn at Bay Horse Inn
Presenter: Jennifer Magley
Topic: How To Have More - Money, Power + Love
On the heels of the global pandemic women are facing incredible challenges at work, home, and in family dynamics. In this interactive session we will explore tangible ways to have more time and money.
We are so eager to see you in person, but please, if you are not feeling well, skip this event and join us next month.
Jennifer Magley is a speaker, former professional athlete, NCAA Division I head coach, entrepreneur, and author. She has received national media coverage most notably from USA Today, CNN, ESPN, Heart & Soul Magazine,The Indianapolis Star, and IndyStyle TV. Magley is a Make-A-Wish® America Honoree and has served on non-profit boards The Patachou Foundation and COBURN Place in Indianapolis, IN. She is a proud single mother of 2 young boys.
In 2015, Magley launched OPEN GYM the first fitness service of its kind in Indiana by partnering with 40 private gyms in offering access to all for one low monthly fee. A strong connector she garnered corporate partnerships to promote OPEN GYM with the NFL Indianapolis Colts Organization, Angie's List, and OurHealth. During her years of independent consulting she successfully connected clients to O Magazine, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Magazine, and Apple by implementing her "High-Low-Circular" method. A passionate storyteller, Magley is an in demand speaker, show guest, and writer contributing to many outlets including Thrive Global, Indianapolis Monthly, and Foundr Magazine.
A Kansas native and former standout student-athlete, Magley is a proud IMG Sports Academy Alumni and University of Florida graduate. She was a scholarship athlete at IMG Academy under the direct tutelage of renowned tennis coach Nick Bollettieri. While at UF, she was the #1 Ranked NCAA Division I Singles player in the country, NCAA Team Champion, Four-time All-American, First Team ESPN The Magazine, Finalist for the Honda Award and recipient of the Arthur Ashe Jr., Sports Scholar, and SEC Good Works awards. As a member of TEAM USA, Magley represented the United States in over 14 countries. Post graduation she competed professionally on the WTA Tour before being named Associate Head Coach at Wichita State University.
At 23, she was the youngest NCAA Division I head coach in the nation at Florida Gulf Coast University. During her five years at FGCU she served on various boards and committees including "Gender Equity/Title IX." While at FGCU, her teams received many accolades and recognition for their community work from United Way, USA Today, and IMPACT For Kids. She co-created “Spring Bling” a one night red carpet event for children with life threatening illnesses, which is currently celebrating it’s 8th year in Southwest Florida. Magley's debut novel Division I was released spotlighting issues that effect female collegiate athletes. "Division I" was featured on ESPN The Radio, reviewed by “The Kansas City Star,” and is recommended Syllabi reading at various institutions across the country. Her most recent book "How to Be Queen-A Leadership Fable" was released this spring and is a top selling book for Archway Publishing/
Jennifer's life mission is to help "successful people become unstoppable."
30-Second Intro Video
Jennifer's New Book: How to Be Queen-A Leadership Fable
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