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Sizzling Summer Connect Events on Tap for July
Learn From Some of the Best in the Media Business

July 5, 2022 – Dallas, TX. – It’s time for another round of inspiring Christian Women in Media (CWIMA) Connect Events as members will gather in ten cities across the country on Thursday, July 21, 2022.

At the Dallas Super Summer Luncheon, five media experts will conduct a Mini–Master Class. Tracey Mitchell, Senior Vice-President of National Connections, will be joined by Veronica Sites, Linda Fields, Angie Monroe, and Deborah Dutton.

Mitchell is the published author of three books, an executive producer and television co-host, and is CEO of “The Winning Woman,” a ministry-based consulting firm.

Veronica Sites is the author of three books, a speaker, trainer, and coach for the Zig Ziglar Corporation.

While Linda Fields is the founder of “On Fire” and is an American business leader, entrepreneur, author and speaker who teaches a unique approach to personal leadership and professional success.

Angie Monroe is a strategist, consultant, international speaker, and the Founder of DIVAS Impact and Veteran DIVAS.

The final expert, Deborah Dutton, is an award-winning interior designer, author, speaker, and Christian life coach whose mission is to empower women to think in a new, colorful perspective.

The Dallas Connect meets at the Park City Club at 5956 Sherry Lane. The deadline to register is Tuesday, July 19th by 5:00 p.m.


Baton Rouge, led by Beth Townsend, features CWIMA Vice-President of Membership, Sandra Pate as its keynote speaker. Pate, has recently launched a new television show called What Matters Most with Sandra Pate. She is a published author, was an international fashion model and also worked on hundreds of episodes of prime-time programming for Fox Broadcasting Company in Los Angeles. Since then, she has served in full-time ministry with her husband Bishop Dwight Pate as Founders of Church Point Ministries in Baton Rouge. Pate also co-hosts a weekly national prayer call, is on the CWIMA Advisory Board, in the President’s Club and serves as the Prayer Director of the Thursday Member’s Call. The Baton Rouge Connect Event meets at Lighthouse Coffee, located at 257 Lee Drive in Baton Rouge.


The Towson, Maryland Connect, overseen by Cassandra Ferguson, will feature Marcia McCray, Founder of the Brand Naked Agency. McCray’s agency helps people communicate their brands with confidence internally and externally, to create their own brand story and to apply the brand to the internal structure of their business.

The Towson Connect group gathers at the Global Media Group, located at 1 West Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 116A in Towson.




“Our nationwide Connect Events this summer will be exceptional equipping and networking sessions,” said Tracey Mitchell, CWIMA Vice-President of National Connections. “We hope everyone will take advantage of these professional growth opportunities.” For more details on all of the CWIMA Connect meetings and to register, go to

The next CWIMA Zoom event is scheduled for Thursday, August 18, 2022. To become a member of Christian Women in Media, visit CWIMA’s website at:

About Christian Women in Media Association: Christian Women in Media Association (CWIMA) is a professional association dedicated to connecting women in purpose and vision. With a national platform focused on impacting our culture through media, our members work in the fields of social media, film, TV, radio, publishing, music, the arts, and entertainment. The organization promotes and provides opportunities for industry networking, professional equipping, and spiritual inspiration. CWIMA provides global conferences, music showcases, regional events, local networks, and international outreach.

The Heart of Mercy Mission (HMM), established in 2019, is a charitable division of Christian Women in Media Association. The purpose of the Heart of Mercy Mission is to rescue, redeem and restore women through the power of Christ and a tangible humanitarian effort. God’s heart is for marginalized women who are oppressed, disadvantaged, and abused. May we reflect God’s heart by showing love and mercy to the abused women globally.




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