Women of the J Presents: Exceptional Women Series with Margaret Galvin Johnson

Women of the J, a program of the Boulder JCC, welcomes Margaret Galvin Johnson, as part of their Exceptional Women Speaker Series on Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at 6:30 pm. The program will be held at the Boulder JCC as part of JFest, a month of special programs and events culminating in ain a virtual fundraising drive on February 22-23, and an in-person celebration party on February 25. 

Margaret Galvin Johnson

Margaret Galvin Johnson is a local multi-passionate artist, who has spent many years understanding, writing, painting, and reflecting on her life experiences. Her writings were the catalyst for her family story, “Hidden Valley Roadwritten by Robert Kolker. This book has been named Oprah’s Book Club pick and has become a New York Times best-seller.

Margaret will share her powerful story of resilience and finding the courage to heal from her past. She will share her transformational change after complex trauma and some of the methods that she used to make this change. She’ll be sharing photos of her artwork which will be interwoven into her story. 

To learn more about Margaret, please visit her website. 

For more information and to register, please click here

If you are interested in reading more about Margaret, the Women of the J Book Group will be reading “Hidden Valley Roadin February. For more information on the February Book Group meeting, on February 23, please click here

We want to ensure our programs are available to everyone in our community. Please contact Shari Blake Schnee at shari.blakeschnee@boulderjcc.org if you need assistance to participate.

Women of the J Programs are Underwritten in Honor of Marc H. Monheimer by the Mervyn L. Brenner Foundation

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