Glennon Doyle is a woman who is unabashedly open—and that’s exactly why so many people can’t get enough of her. She is a “truth teller” who first made a name for herself blogging back in 2009, and the funny, conversational and tell-all nature of her writing quickly gained popularity.
Today, Glennon is a well-established influencer, entrepreneur and social activist who reaches millions of people each week on her online blog site, Momastery. She has written two New York Times bestsellers, “Love Warrior” and “Carry On, Warrior.” Glennon is also the founder of Together Rising, a nonprofit that raises millions of dollars for vulnerable women and children amidst world crises and heartbreak.
Her skyrocketing success keeps her globetrotting with events and tours in places like New York, Boston and Chicago. However, there is one place on her list of upcoming events that many of her nationwide followers have not heard of—Hunt, Texas.
Mo-Ranch is pleased to announce that Glennon will be speaking in Hunt during its women’s conference on the evening of Saturday, June 1. Mo-Ranch’s Women’s Conference draws hundreds of women each year from across the region for a weekend to take a break for the busyness of life to recharge physically, mentally and spiritually. Female area residents are invited to register to attend the conference for the weekend or purchase a ticket just for Glennon’s Saturday evening presentation.
Throughout all of her entrepreneurial adventures and obstacles, Glennon has embraced the brutality and beauty of the world around her. Glennon will explore together with attendees how to live well, hard and real throughout our daily lives as women. To learn more about Glennon Doyle, visit her website at momastery.com.
Space is limited for the retreat, and a select number of tickets are available for Saturday evening. Tickets for Glennon’s Saturday evening presentation are available for purchase through the Mo-Ranch Women’s Conference webpage. Tickets are just $45 per person and must be presented for admission on Saturday, June 1.
For any additional questions regarding the Mo-Ranch Women’s Conference or other Mo-Ranch retreats, contact our program office at 800.460.4401 ext. 246.