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Arias Law Group partner to speak in Dragonfly Darlings’ Women’s Conference

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The Arias Law Group, PA is proud to announce that its managing partner, Kelly Arias, will serve as a presenting title sponsor for the Dragonfly Darlings’ annual Women’s Conference.

The conference will take place on September 26th and feature informative talks geared towards empowering mothers, with a small shopping area with local vendors, and free make-up application stations. Tickets for the event are $75 for adults and $25 for teens.

Mrs. Arias will host a workshop on how to “renew your mind” and focus on quality of life, rather than quantity of life.

“We’re really excited to have Kelly join us,” said Paulette Dawanyi, spokeswoman for the Dragonfly Darlings. “She brings years of wisdom and experience. We hope her story is one which women can relate to and believe that they can overcome obstacles to be successful.”

The Dragonfly Darlings is one of the programs offered by the Russell Education Foundation, an organization founded by former Miami Dolphins player Twan Russell, which is a network of afterschool centers that help boost the reading and math skills of poor children in Miami and Broward County. The Dragonfly Darlings was created by Russell’s wife Lysandra, who wanted to help support the mothers and grandmothers of the children taking part in the Foundation.

After serving as a title sponsor in the Russell Education Foundation’s Links for Literacy Golf Tournament, Mrs. Arias learned about the Dragonfly Darlings and wanted to aid in the cause along with Stacey Ross, the wife of Arias Law Group Associate Brion Ross.

The Arias Law Group is happy to give back to those that are in need. We are keenly aware of the day-to-day sacrifices that mothers make in order for their children to receive a good education, which is why our firm is deeply committed to programs such as the Dragonfly Darlings. By creating avenues of support and encouragement for mothers, we help ensure that their children will have the help they need at home to be successful in school.

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