In it’s 9th year, themed “Women and Work: Let’s Talk About Equity,” our two-day virtual conference features keynote addresses and panel discussions led by experts in their fields. Attendees, also have the opportunity to explore and engage our virtual career rooms, networking spaces, resources, exhibitor marketplace and more. Annually, our conference draws women who are eager to connect, strategize, build community, learn and inspire. We are excited to host our Virtual Women’s Conference, on March 26th & March 27th, during (in celebration of) Women’s History Month.
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Join our VIP session and hear from key leaders who are preparing the next generation for a better and equitable tomorrow.
Just login from wherever you are - this year we are virtual. Join us for an inspirational day and hear from key leaders who are preparing the next generation for a better and equitable tomorrow.
Why does equity matter? When we grasp what equity truly is, we can begin to lead, and build capacity, with a lens for it.
Join us as we explore how equity, present and future, is necessary to support working women and their roles as leaders in business, community and family
Join us as we explore the impact of Covid-19 on Women and how equity present and future is necessary to support working women and their chosen roles as breadwinners, contributors and mothers; or some combination of the three.
There is a glaring inequality in the world of venture capital and investing that too often leaves women of color at the short end in comparison to their white and male counterparts. In the era of COVID, early data suggests that the modest gains made by female founders raising venture capital over the past decade are being wiped out.
Join our discussion surrounding the gender and ethnic gap in the world of startups.
(Open to all attendees)
Join successful entrepreneurs for a lively discussion on all things Girl Boss. What does it take to be a Girl Boss, and what resources do you need to see your vision thrive? The panelist will share their experiences, blessings, and pitfalls as they have climbed the entrepreneurial ladder. Topics discussed will include, but are not limited to, understanding your digital footprint and social media presence, creating your dream team, finding resources to help launch your business, developing a strong business plan, and finding a mentor. Financial literacy resources will also be shared to help you think financially about your business and your future. This is a panel, you don’t want to miss.
General Counsel, Compass Working Capital
Co-Founder, Latina Circle dba Amplify Latinx
Owner & Chief Curator, Black Market Dudley
Advocate, Spokesperson, Philanthropist, Author
Michelle “Mona” Thompson
Visionary Leader, Senior Pastor, Author,
Founder of R.I.S.E
Areva Martin, Esq.
Author, Principal, Martin & Martin, LLP
Clemmie C. Perry
Founder & Executive Director,
Women of Color Golf (WOCG)
Joli Cooper Nelson
Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
Founding director of the Norwalk Early College Academy (NECA)
Award Winning Educator
Tiffany Cherie Ellis-Niles
Founding partner of Lyles and Niles, LLP
Deputy Director, ABCD Health Services