The birth of a non-profit

Tuesday, October 8, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Eastland Suites Hotel & Conference Center, Bloomington

Have you wondered how you can make a difference? What will be your legacy? Come hear how Feli Sebastian, founder of Labyrinth House, now YWCA Labyrinth Outreach Services, founded this local non-profit and what the organization is doing to help formerly incarcerated women in McLean County. Not only did Sebastian face her fear in creating this start-up, but the women of Labyrinth face their fears every day as they repurpose and restructure their lives.

Sebastian, a licensed clinical psychologist, continues to be active in the Bloomington-Normal community supporting various not for profits including co-developer of start-up Dreams Are Possible, a venture started by friend and former Labyrinth Board Member Mary Campbell which strives to prepare women for economically-sustainable employment by creating first-class, skill-workers, helping them transition from jobs to careers, and preparing them to expect to advocate for a living wage, benefits and dignity in the workplace. She is also on the Board of the YWCA and Recycling Furniture for Families. She was awarded the 2018 APA (American Psychological Association) Citizen Psychologist Award in 2018 and was presented the United Way Phil Covey Award in July 2014.

Sebastian will be joined by Vera Traver, a case manager at Labyrinth Outreach Services.

Please register below and join us on Tuesday, October 8!