Learn how to create a delicious cocktail and tasty dessert for the upcoming holiday season with Terrain chef Robert Toland and New Jersey-based mixologist Danny Childs.
Registration is required. $10 suggested donation with 100% of ticket proceeds going to The Share Food Program, an organization fighting hunger in our hometown by distributing millions of meals per month to children, seniors + our most vulnerable neighbors in the Philadelphia region.
As a founding member of the IGNITE team, Sara was instrumental in growing the organization from a small high school-based program to the largest, most diverse young women’s political leadership program in the country. Sara's previous leadership positions at Seeking Common Ground, Aspire Public Schools and buildOn informed her passion and expertise in community service, youth leadership development, program management and capacity building. As a breast cancer survivor, Sara is deeply committed to reforming local health care policies and systems to better meet the needs of diverse communities. She currently serves on the Concord/Pleasant Hill Healthcare Community Board where she serves as a voice to advance community healthcare priorities.
Midwest Program Manager
Raie is a passionate advocate for racial and gender equity through blending her interests in culture, policy, and community organizing. During her undergraduate tenure, she has successfully engaged in numerous opportunities ranging from the non-profit, government, and philanthropy sectors. In recognition of her community advocacy, she was appointed by former Governor Mark Dayton to serve as a cabinet member on the first-ever Young Women's Cabinet. She has also had the opportunity to speak to young women across the US, and internationally on the power of cultivating purpose into social impact. As the Midwest Program Manager, Raie oversees IGNITE’s high school and college programming as well as political engagement trainings for young women across the region.
There’s a transformative power to Dana Williams’ voice, a rare ability to bend time and turn feeling bad into something impossibly lovely. Raised on singers like Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday, the L.A.-based artist brings a jazzy nonchalance to her delivery while drawing big emotion from the subtlest vocal movement.
The daughter of legendary guitarist David Williams, Dana is known for her vocals blending jazz, soul and folk amassing millions of streams and bringing a timelessness to current trends. Dana recently released "Stuff", about the difficulties of losing yourself to the expectations of others and then trying to get to know yourself all over again,” says Williams. Chosen as one of Idolator’s 40 Artists To Watch In 2020, Dana is definitely gaining attention with her classic yet sultry sound. “Stuff” follows several releases which gained her praise in the likes of VIBE, Refinery 29, Ones To Watch, UPROXX, Earmilk and more. Dana was also chosen to be a part of Fender’s Next Class of 2020
Fellowship program director
Tierra has more than nine years of experience in community organizing, youth development, and non-profit work. Before joining IGNITE, Tierra served as a Program Manager at After-School All-Stars, overseeing the expansion of comprehensive after-school programs in Washington, DC’s Ward 8 community. Tierra received her B.S in Political Science from Ohio State University. where she orchestrated numerous community events to raise awareness and resources for homeless youth in Columbus, Ohio. For this work, Representative Anne Gonzales recognized Tierra as one of Ohio’s most exceptional young citizens and future leaders. More recently, Tierra received the 40 under 40 Honoree 2019 award for her excellence in leadership and contributions to the Great Washington D.C communities. Tierra is passionate about closing the achievement gap by helping to provide innovative models that prepare future leaders to thrive.