10 Cool Women Coming to Indy

From Rachel Ray to Lizzo, don’t miss these 10 cool women coming to Indianapolis before 2020.
10 Cool Women Indy Maven

Dr. Tererai Trent isn’t the only big speaker at next week’s Indiana Conference for Women—the docket is packed with power players. Plus, there are a whole slew of inspiring ladies coming through town before the new year.

Girls’ night, anyone?

Dr. Joy Bauer

From the Today show to her books and speaking engagements, Bauer is basically America’s nutritionist. 

Nov. 7, Indiana Conference for Women, indianaconferenceforwomen.com.

Rachael Ray

We’d love to hear how Ray multi-tasks between her syndicated talk show, her cookbooks, and her media empire.

Nov. 7, Indiana Conference for Women, indianaconferenceforwomen.com.

Miki and Radha Agrawal

These twins are serial entrepreneurs who founded THINX—you know, those super-clever period panties.

Nov. 7, Indiana Conference for Women, indianaconferenceforwomen.com.

Sheri Salata

Salata went from serving as executive producer of the The Oprah Winfrey Show and the co-president of Harpo Studios and OWN, to running her own lifestyle platform, The Pillar Life

Nov. 7, Indiana Conference for Women, indianaconferenceforwomen.com.

Cece Winans 

The best-selling and most decorated female gospel singer of all time. Enough said. 

November 8, Clowes Memorial Hall, butlerartscenter.org.

Chelsea Handler 

Two nights of standup with the unabashedly frank Handler? Sign us up. 

November 16-17, Old National Centre, oldnationalcentre.com.

Celine Dion 

Our hearts may not go on if we don’t [chest thump] see the aptly-named Courage World Tour. 

December 3, Banker’s Life Fieldhouse, bankerslifefieldhouse.com.

Rita Moreno 

It’s not every day that an EGOT winner comes to town to share stories from her life and sing standards from the American songbook. 

December 6, The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts, thecenterpresents.org


Do your hair toss, check your nails…well, you know the drill. 

December 10, ZPL Jingle Jam at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, bankerslifefieldhouse.com.

The Schuyler Sisters 

Angelica, Eliza…and Peggy will hit Indy for the touring company of Hamilton’s run. I’m totally an Angelica—what about you? 

December 10-29, Old National Centre, oldnationalcentre.com.

Abby Gardner is Indy Maven‘s Executive Editor and a freelance writer. Her favorite song from Hamilton is actually “The Schuyler Sisters,” followed closely by “Dear Theodosia” which never fails to make her openly weep. 

Photo credits: Rachel Ray (Jeff Lipsky), Sheri Salata (Matthew Hartz)

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