What does it mean to have a big dream and begin working towards it while in school? Can your dream be accomplished in college? Yes!
To celebrate the University of Kansas launch of the 1000 Dreams Fund, on September 23, we’re presenting Dare to Dream KU! Featuring “Orange is the New Black” actress Farrah Krenek, this event is guaranteed to inspire you all to dream big!
Farrah is a game changer in the entertainment industry. You may recognize her from shows such as “Orange is the New Black,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Nurse Jackie,” and “Law and Order” to name just a few, and her inspiring work doesn’t stop there. Farrah found the need for a voice at an early age when she was often mistaken and teased as a boy. She has taken her love for acting and developed a strong voice for those who have had a hard time fitting in.
As a great role model to us all, Farrah says, “Be proud! Stand tall!” She works hard to inspire people to love themselves through her thriving acting career. To learn more about Farrah and her upcoming and past body of work, visit her website: www.farrahkrenek.com
Introducing the keynote will be UChic’s founder and KU graduate Christie Garton. Christie will kick off the event along with short presentations from KU women who have been benefitted from UChic’s 1,000 Dreams Fund and information on how you can also benefit from the Fund. You can learn more about the fund here: uchic.com/1000-dreams.
Singer/songwriter/philanthropist and UChic ambassador Gracie Schram will be also be on hand to perform and will share her story on how she is using her music to help others.
Don’t miss it at Woodruff Auditorium – Kansas Union in Lawrence, Kansas on Wednesday, September 23, 2015 from 7-9pm!
Do you have a dream? The team behind UChic and the speakers at Dare to Dream KU are all about living your dreams and dealing with the obstacles in your way. We hope this program will help you overcome your own obstacles and inspire you to dare to dream!