Night of Empowerment
A free event to lead you to
a life of purpose and legacy.
February 27, 2021 at 6pm • Renaissance Hotel Tulsa
Tired of being ordinary?
Feel like your life lacks vision?
You were created to make a difference.
It’s time for extraordinary.
Widen your perspective by meeting others on the same journey.
Be empowered by the successes and triumphs of people just like you.
Gain wisdom from the pros, Drs. Mark and Michele Sherwood.
We want to help you make a difference in the lives of others.
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Anything holding you back?
When saying yes to this event, you might have to say no to something else. But don’t let the fear of missing out keep you from an event that will equip you to win in life.
You’ll get your own seat at a roomy table seated next to people who are on the same journey as you. We even provide discussion questions to get the conversation started.
Dinner is free to you, but we’re not cutting any corners. You and your guests will enjoy the meal and walk away surprised that eating healthy could taste so good.
Night of Empowerment
Saturday, Feb 27, 2021
6:00 – 7:30pm
Renaissance Hotel Tulsa
Dr. Mark Sherwood
Mark was given up for adoption at birth. As a kid, he was often made fun of for being chubby and shy. Instead of letting these things define his life, he used them as fuel to achieve great things.
Mark became a bodybuilding champion and played professional baseball. He logged 24 years in the Tulsa police department, including over a decade on the SWAT Team, and then retired as a sergeant.
Mark is now an author and motivational speaker, carrying his message of wellness around the globe.
Dr. Michele Neil-Sherwood
Michele was given up for adoption at birth. Her family was poor, she struggled through school with dyslexia, but never let it any of this stop her.
On her way to the Olympics, Michele suffered a knee injury that ended her career. Although devastating, she diverted her energy to new things.
She went back to school, graduated at the top of her medical class and became a doctor of osteopathy. She opened a private practice, Functional Medical Institute, which continues to grow and thrive today.