A Celebration the Innovator and Adventurer in All Women

On Wednesday, October 15th the Eileen Fisher store in downtown Seattle was transformed into a celebration of the creator, innovator and adventurer in all women. Put together by Crooked Trails Board President and founder of Epiphany Research, Tracy Klinkroth, the night was meant to bring together different companies in the Seattle area run by women.

The night kicked off with some delicious wine sampling from Dama Wines, founded by Dawn Kammer and Mary Derby and based out of Walla Walla, WA. Also featured were the new breathable Eisch wine glasses which caught the eye of many wine affeciandos in attendance. Both companies gave a background story on their creation and explained the determination and work needed to get where they stand today.

Following Dama Wines and Eisch wine glasses, Beth Whitman of Wanderlust and Lipstick fame discussed her new book, Wanderlust and Lipstick: For Women Traveling to India, as well as some of her adventures on the road including a solo motorcycle trip to Panama and backpacking throughout Asia. Wrapping up the night Chris Mackay, co-founder of Crooked Trails, gave another fabulous presentation about Crooked Trails work overseas, and how the company was founded by two adventurous women looking to make a positive difference in the world. After a ‘travel friendly’ fashion show by the ladies at Eileen Fisher, the night ended with some mingling, free giveaways and Q&A.

Thank you to everyone who came out for the fantastic event, despite it being the last night of election debates…thank goodness for DVR!

Thanks to our partners at the event:

Dama Wines (www.damawines.com)

Beth Whitman (www.wanderlustandlipstick.com)

Tracy Klinkroth – Epiphany Research (www.epiphanyresearch.net)

Eileen Fisher (www.eileenfisher.com)

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