hosted by the Women's Council of Houston on Feb. 10, 2021
The beloved annual tradition returned in a virtual format this year, featuring guest speakers who shared nutritious recipes and the latest spring fashion trends.
About our Guest Speakers
Mary Ellen Phipps (BS '08)
Mary Ellen is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) and founder of Milk & Honey Nutrition. As a child, she was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes. Ever since, Mary Ellen said she has been interested in nutrition.
"I want to help people bring some joy back into their kitchens. I’m very passionate about what I do and helping people feel confident and joyful about their nutrition choices. Whether for disease management, or general wellness and healthy eating, I can help you feel healthy and confident about the food you’re eating."
Susan Hancock and Elizabeth Hancock Berg
Mother-daughter duo Susan Hancock and Elizabeth Hancock Berg opened Tres Chic, a clothing store in the Upper Kirby district of Houston, six years ago. Their passion is offering unique fashions at affordable prices, as well as fostering a sense of community.
"Shoppers might come in as strangers but always leave as friends."
Philanthropy is an important part of Tres Chic. Susan and Elizabeth partner with local non-profits to help raise funds and awareness.
Proceeds from this event benefit the Baylor Women's Council of Houston. If you're able, please consider making a gift today.
About The Baylor Women's Council
The Baylor University Women's Council of Waco is an amazing group of women supporting each other and the University they love. A Baylor Woman is any alumna, parent or supporter of Baylor University who has a heart for making Baylor stronger. We invite you to consider becoming involved in a Baylor Women's Council near you. Contact Virginia Ellis for more information.
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