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Real-life inspiration for 'The Blind Side' speaks in Newton

Posted by Laura Franzini  November 26, 2012 11:10 AM

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Guests at the Horizons for Homeless Children's Women's Breakfast (L-R): Matt Epstein, Chair, HHC Board of Directors & Director, Goulston & Storrs (Newton); Jennifer Johnson, Event Co-Chair & Business Development Manager, Special Projects, Turner Construction (Winchester); Åsa Fanelli, President & CEO, HHC (Newton); Kim, HHC client; Leigh Anne Tuohy; Diane Hessan, HHC Senior Advisory Board & President & CEO, Communispace (Boston); and Elizabeth Crowley, Event Co-Chair & Attorney, Burns & Levinson (Back Bay).

Leigh Anne Tuohy, the real-life mom who inspired the movie "The Blind Side," spoke recently in Newton.

The Horizons for Homeless Children's 14th Annual Women's Breakfast was held Thursday, Nov. 1 at the Westin Copley Place. Tuohy spoke to a crowd of 1,200 people.

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Guests at the Horizons for Homeless Children's Women's Breakfast (L-R): Meryl Sheriden, Chief Development Officer, HHC (Gloucester); Åsa Fanelli, President & CEO, HHC (Newton); Kim, HHC client and event speaker; Leigh Anne Tuohy, real-life inspiration for Academy Award winning film “The Blind Side”; Tracie DeGuglielmo, Director of Annual Giving and Special Events, HHC (Cambridge); Alisha Atlas-Corbett, Manager of Special Events and Donor Relations, HHC (Newton).

Laura Franzini can be reached at laura.franzini@globe.com.

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