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About The GOLD Rush

Women's Conference

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About The GOLD Rush

Women's Conference

Mission

The mission of ShoVal & More, NFP is to enable women to show THEMSELVES their value so that they can have more and more wonderful life experiences on a consistent basis. The mission is accomplished through the annual GOLD Rush Women’s Conference, classes, and workshops throughout the year, and spiritual counseling.

ShoVal & More, a 501(c)(3) organization exists to enable women to realize and recognize their intrinsic greatness so they may create more wonderful life experiences reflected in their health, finances, and relationships on a consistent basis. This mission is accomplished through the annual GOLD Rush Women’s Conference, classes, workshops, and GOLDEN Spiritual Support (spiritual counseling.)

Tax-deductible contributions to ShoVal & More can be made in the following ways:

  1. via Zelle; ShoVal & More, NFP, revjackie@goldrushwomensconference.com

  2. via GOLD Rush Women's Conference website; use the donate button 

  3. via PayPal for ShoVal & More, NFP; to Revjackie@goldrushwomensconference.com

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Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Triche Atkins, 

Founder

Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Triche Atkins, affectionately known as Rev. Jackie, is a minister on the ministerial team at Christ Universal Temple and an attorney. Also, she is the President/CEO of ShoVal & More, NFP.

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ShoVal & More, NFP

Board of Directors

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Dr. Jacqueline Jones-Triche, PhD, MBA

Treasurer of ShoVal & More, NFP

Dr. Jacqueline Jones-Triche is a
motivational speaker, assistant professor of biological sciences, and manages a
translational and clinically focused research laboratory fully equipped for cellular and molecular research and technology advances.

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The Honorable

Carol Moseley Braun

Secretary of ShoVal & More, NFP

Carol Moseley Braun is an American diplomat, politician, lawyer, and the first African-American woman to serve in the U.S. Senate. She represented Illinois in the United States Senate from 1993 to 1999.

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