Kappa Kappa Gamma is aspiring to host a philanthropy event that will have a lasting effect on the Chapman community and surrounding community members. As college students, we realize the challenges students face, i.e.: body image, self-love, anxiety, depression, sexual harassment, ect.. We want to bring the community together for the purpose of awareness of these issues, providing tools to empower students, and to create a community of wellbeing. That being said, we thought the best way to do this would be to bring in Alexis Jones for a Key note speaker event to talk about issues that are prevalent on a college campus; such as self esteem building and respecting others. Alexis Jones is the founder of I Am That Girl, and a notable speaker across the world, and we were fortunate enough to be able to get in contact with her and arrange for her to come to Chapman University. She has recently spoken at The White House, Harvard Business School, The United Nations Leadership Conference, Stanford University, the USC and UCLA football teams, and many more. Her talking topics range from empowering women, to talking to men and sports teams about redefining manhood, and how to properly treat women. (For more information on her talks you can visit: http://alexisjones.com/speaking/). We believe this type of event could be extremely beneficial to Chapman student's and the surrounding community. Kappa Kappa Gamma strives to make our events more inclusive and open to the community. In efforts to achieve this we have made plans with the I Am That Girl club on campus, to work together on planning this event. In order to make the biggest impact on the community, aspiring college students, and current student body, we believe the event should be at no charge to attendees to attract more attendance and make it available for all individuals to attend. We truly believe that by hosting this event to its full extent, we would have a lasting effect on not only the Chapman Community, but the surrounding community as well. However to do so, we need your help! Our chapter is facing some financial burdens, and bringing such a notable speaker to Chapman is not cheap. Thank you for your time and consideration!