Nancy Trites Botkin

Nancy Trites Botkin

Nancy Trites Botkin


The Why and the Women

February 14th, 1:00-3:00 pm

Location: Timothy Eaton Church
230 St. Clair Ave. West, Toronto, ON M4V 1R5

Passionate about helping woman understand their gifts and strengths as society and our world navigates increasingly tumultuous pressures, Think8Women is Nancy’s platform for women and women’s groups committed to living authentically.

“Tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now.”

Martin Luther King Jr. had no idea his words would be relevant 50 year’s on, but women everywhere are responding to powerful challenges from every side by finding their own voice and standing firm.

Nancy’s Living On Purpose Roundtables explore what it means to be a woman who stands up and speaks up in her own power.

Her new book, LIVING ON PURPOSE, traces a palpable awakening of women asking the same question: “Is it possible to know what I am meant to be or do or bring to the world?”

A resounding YES is Nancy’s response! It not only possible, but essential to define the ‘why’ of your life. When you feel the urgency to know who you are and what you are meant to bring to the world, in your voice, with your gifts, your time is now.

Nancy’s Purpose is to help women to find their Purpose to create fully aligned lives and work, bringing renewed passion and intention to the whole of their life. These women, on Purpose, are changing their worlds, and many of them are changing the world.

Join us on February 14th at 1pm as Nancy shares stories from her book LIVING ON PUROSE: The Why and the Women.

Special pricing: $35.00 includes a copy of the book.



Nancy Trites Botkin

As President of Think8 Systems and Founder of Think8 Women, Nancy’s expertise in working with individuals, groups and organizations draws on her career as writer/director/producer with over 60 National and International awards and over 450 hours of produced television and movies including Emmy-winning HBO productions, Gold Medals from New York, Chicago, Houston and San Francisco, US Parents Choice Awards, with one film short-listed for the Oscars.