By Julie Hyde, Department of Health
TUMWATER–Please join us from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on March 17 at the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, 7273 Linderson Way SW in Tumwater for the ICSEW’s March meeting.
All regular meetings are free and open to anyone, regardless of gender or employment status. The meeting includes a working lunch, so please register by midnight March 13 to allow for an accurate attendance count.
A one-hour ICSEW executive board meeting immediately follows, which is also open for attendees to observe.
How to B-U-Y in the New Decade
Dr. Karen Johnson will present “How to B-U-Y in the new decade.”
To B-U-Y is to Be Unapologetically You. Perhaps you, like many human beings, are so busy “doing” things for other people you have no idea who you really want to be. We need you to show up in your fullness before you leave planet earth.
The one thing you can do to get ready to B-U-Y in this new decade is to remember that you have no competition… no one on planet earth can beat you at being you!
Being Unapologetically You does not require money. Join us to hear what’s required to B-U-Y in this new decade!
An Overview of Chiropractic Care
Dr. Amy Anthony will present an overview of chiropractic care. Topics include:
- What is chiropractic care and how can it help health conditions
- How the body is designed to heal
- Connection between the central nervous system and spine
- Non-medical and non-surgical types of treatment
About the Presenters
Dr. Karen Johnson
Dr. Karen Johnson is the Equity and Inclusion Administrator for the Washington State Department of Corrections. She provides expert-level equity and social justice consultation, serves as adjunct faculty at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, and conducts leadership, equity, and self-care workshops across the nation.
As part of the DOC’s team devoted to diversity, equity, inclusion and respect, Johnson says she feels blessed to be in a space that aligns her professional and personal passions. DOC’s mission is to improve public safety by positively changing lives, and its goal is to prepare incarcerated individuals to successfully return to their communities. Working for fairness and equity fuels her.
Johnson also volunteers her time with national and local organizations and causes focused on improving the lives of children, women and underserved populations. These include serving on the boards of the Making a Difference Foundation, The YMCA,Olympia-Capital Centennial Rotary Club, Junior League of Olympia, and the Washington State Commission on African American Affairs. Johnson has been recognized by the Washington Association of School Administrators, the Olympia Education Association, theWashington State Thurston Group, Olympia High School, and Rotary District 5020 (encompassing Vancouver Island and North West Washington from Pierce County south to Woodland including the Olympic Peninsula) for her volunteerism.
Johnson holds a bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy, a master’s in public administration, and doctorate in Urban Services. She is also a member of the 2018 Leadership Women America cohort.
Dr. Amy Anthony
Dr. Anthony received her first chiropractic adjustment at just 30 minutes old by her mom, and has been getting regular chiropractic care her whole life.
Growing up in a family of chiropractors, Anthony learned early on that the body has an innate ability to heal itself. It’s this principle of nature that makes chiropractic so unique and beautiful, according to Anthony.
As a college athlete, Anthony saw a need for chiropractic care even at the athletic collegiate level. Seeing this sparked a in her a determination to bring chiropractic care to the world.
As Anthony started to see how kids with serious health conditions started healing better with chiropractic care, Anthony said her new mission to help as many kids and families as possible experience natural health!
Anthony is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), where she also received her Webster Technique Certification (specific for pregnancy) and certification for pediatric and prenatal chiropractic care.
Scent Free Environment
For the comfort of all participants and to accommodate those who have a disability related to scent, please refrain from using scents when coming to the ICSEW meetings. Thank you
A lactation room will be available at this meeting. Please ask the L&I reception desk for location.
L&I has a visitor parking lot. If the lot is full, additional parking is avialable at the Mountain View Church parking lot at corner of Israel and Linderson Way. It’s about a 5 minute walk.