August 9th, 2018: I'm pleased to announce that I have been recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Professional Member in the field of Art and Healthcare. Read the press release here.
April 11, 2018: I'm pleased to announce that I have been selected as Top Creative Entrepreneur of the Year for 2018 by The International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP)! Read the press release here. The IATOTP is creating a video with photos I provided, which will be presented at the Black Tie Awards Gala in New York on December 15th at the Plaza Hotel. How exciting!
February 24th- 25th, 2018: NewLifeExpo, Palm Beach Florida -- Exhibitor and speaker of two presentations: "Crap and Creativity: Surviving and Thriving After Trauma" and "These Ain't Your Mama's Mandalas"
November 19th, 2017: Awaken Fair, Tarrytown, NY -- Exhibitor and speaker: "Cured Through Creativity: From Trauma Survivor to Thriver".
October 27th-29th, 2017: NewLife Expo, New York, NY -- Exhibitor and speaker: "From Fear to Love: The Healing Power of Creativity"
October 25th, 2017: Radio interview with Debbi Nigro of The Debbie Nigro Show.
August 15, 2017: Garden City, NY, NAPW Press Release August 15, 2017: Garden City, NY -- The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW, now IAW - International Association of Women) honors Annette Hadley as a 2017-2018 inductee into its VIP Woman of the Year Circle. She is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in entrepreneurship
August 14, 2016: HerLife Magazine Feature Article
July-August 2016: Art Exhibit, Images Art Gallery, Overland Park, KS -- Original Fine Art paintings, museum quality prints, notecards, mandala exhibit"go slow: woman on a journey" featuring twelve original hand drawn pastel on paper mandalas created during trauma recovery journey.
June 5, 2015: Pop Up Art Exhibit, Shaughnessy Photography Associates, Kansas City, MO -- Original Fine Art paintings, museum quality prints, notecards, mandala exhibit "go slow: woman on a journey" featuring twenty four original hand drawn pastel on paper mandalas created during trauma recovery journey.