Events and Opportunities
March 1 - Interview on Senior Talk with Clara Hubbard
Free – Online – Open to Community
Senior talk is an online news platform sharing information and resources for people getting better with age.
For Women’s History Month and National Nutrition Month, Nettye joined Clara to discuss faith-empowered wellness, Veganish eating, and the Let’s Move National Baptist exercise initiative.
Click here to watch the replay.
Connect and learn more at:
March 4 - Leadership Training
The final class of a 3-session, 9-hour training series for the leadership at New Hope Baptist Church in Baton Rouge, LA.
Instructed by Rev Sam Lofton, Nettye conducted exploratory and activity sessions on servant leadership, affirming those you lead, engagement for recruitment and retention, and evaluation tips.
New Hope Baptist Church – Dr. Leo D. Cyrus, Sr, Pastor
- 5856 Greenwell Springs Road, Baton Rouge, LA
- Web: https://www.newhopebr.com
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newhopebr/
March 18 - Interview on Walk In His Ways Voice Impact Podcast
Free, Online, Open to the Community
10 am CST
Walk In His Ways Impact Voice Podcast is about extraordinary men and women sharing their stories of how they turn their dreams into reality. Nettye will join Ferman Jackson Jr to discuss holistic wellness and the resources to improve your health.
Click here to share in the LIVE podcast interview on 3/18 at 10 am CST or catch the replay.
Connect and learn more at:
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@impactvoice12/
- Booking email: firstname.lastname@example.org
March 18 - Goals Masterclass
Free – Online Webinar – Open to Congregations and the Community
11 am CST
What is your track record in achieving them?
Amplify success with effective goals.
In this intensive training, Nettye explores how to set meaningful and achievable goals.
Participants will leave with a behavior change strategy that can help move from where you are to where God wants you to be. (While the trained application is physical fitness, this goal strategy can be applied to any area of life.)
The training is one hour with an optional 45-minute period for questions and hot seat coaching through the process.
Click here to register.
March 21 - Collaborative Leadership Training
Free – Online – Closed Community Session
Part of the Collaborative Leadership Speakers Series for Job’s Daughters International, Nettye will lead a webinar: Promoting our ‘Why’
- The ability to send and receive information clearly and concisely has never been more important—or more difficult. It’s rare that we can plan or execute projects alone—or even as part of a single team. We have to bring in other allies. Participants will learn tips for identifying and engaging with stakeholders who have an interest in your projects or might be affected by their outcome.
March 25 - Redz River Run Health Fair
March 25 – REDZ RIVER RUN 5K/10K Health Fair
Health Fare is Free and Open to the Community
8 am – noon CST
REDZ RIVER RUN is a fun, informative community health event sponsored Baton Rouge Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. The race will benefit several local charities and the March of Dimes. Held on the beautiful Southern University campus, the day includes a fun and informative community health fair.
Nettye will have a table sharing livable and sustainable healthy eating and exercise education, tools, and resources.
Want to walk or run the USATF-certified courses in the 5k or 10k races? Click here for registration information.
March 26 - NHBC Church School
Free – Congregational and Open to the Community
Nettye will lead the Adult Church School exploration of 2 Cor 10.
Join us at 9:45 am in person at New Hope Baptist Church – 5856 Greenwell Springs Road, Baton Rouge, LA, or online at https://www.facebook.com/newhopebr/
March 29 - Self-Care for the Health Advocate
March 29-31 the 33rd Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference will be held in Colorado Springs, CO.
Nettye will present 3 sessions on Self-Care for the Health Advocate
Health advocacy is critical and challenging work. Health professionals engaged in caring for others often experience difficulties caring for themselves.
This session is a safe space to explore our personal wellness. Physical exercises that release stress and restore balance will be interspersed among the exploration activities. Participants will honestly assess their current state of wellness, examine their alignment of health priorities and daily activities, identify an effective and repeatable personal health habit, brainstorm self-care barriers and boundaries to learn and embrace humility and engage needed help to promote and protect their wellness.
- 33rd Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference Theme – The Wisdom of Rethinking:
Promoting & Practicing Intellectual Humility to Advance Health & Well-Being
- Conference Website – https://www.ifebp.org/healthpromotionconference/Pages/art-and-science-of-health-promotion-conference.aspx
Need a speaker to ENGAGE, EDUCATE, and INSPIRE your group?
Bring Nettye Johnson to your next event.
Nettye’s presentations and workshops are an artful combination of research, experience, introspection, and practical application that touch and transform.
Participants will laugh, learn, and leave
inspired and equipped to change.
Let’s talk. Text SPEAKING to 2255030585. A member of our team will follow up to explore details and fit.