SSRC’s Womens+ Network Celebrates International Women’s Day with Jennifer Cassetta, author of “The Art of Badassery: Unleash Your Mojo with Wisdom of the Dojo.”

On March 8th, Steamboat Ski and Resort Corporation’s Womens+ Network hosted an event for members of the network as well as members of the community. The event was headlined and hosted by Jennifer Cassetta, who is a well renowned Keynote speaker, health and empowerment coach, third-degree black belt and the author of “The Art of Badassery: Unleash Your Mojo with Wisdom of the Dojo.”

The event, “The Art of Badassery” was hosted at the Steamboat Grand in celebration of International Women’s Day and was geared towards Jennifer guiding attendees on a journey in personal development and leadership. By utilizing tactics such as resilience building, boundary setting, powerful communicating, self-care and more, Jennifer uses her platform to help women feel more confident both in a personal and professional setting.

With the total attendees sitting at 150 women, the event was a tremendous success and featured both network members as well as more than half of the group being made up of locals from Steamboat Springs and the greater Yampa Valley. When asked about the event, Katie Brown, Vice President of Brand and Resort Strategy at Steamboat said “The theme of International Women’s Day 2024 was inspire inclusion. We were so happy we could invite members of the Steamboat community to this event featuring a nationally recognized speaker. Our town is made up of strong women, and we wanted to share this opportunity so we can all keep learning and growing together. Badassery isn’t just for women at Steamboat Resort – it’s for all women.”

The Womens+ Network’s mission and vision statements are “To provide resources, opportunities and community for women to thrive both professionally and personally.” And “To be the most inspiring, empowering and inclusive workplace for women in the ski industry.”

“Jennifer Cassetta is an inspiration. She embodies in real life what we’re trying to accomplish in the workplace. She shared strategies and reminders to be strong, safe, and powerful. We need these to be top of mind for women of all ages until we see equality and equity.”