Yes She Can! Making Work Life Balance a Reality
Join us for a Dynamic Discussion on Work Life Balance. This half-day summit brings together Washington area thought leaders in business, academia, government and advocacy groups to discuss the critical topics of flexibility and career advancement of women. You will leave this summit empowered, informed and enlightened. We look forward to seeing you there.
Remember seats are limited, so register today!!!! For more detailed information on the forum, click here.
Please note that Breakfast and Welcome Remarks are from 8am to 9am, the Opening Keynote Speech begins at 9am.
Anchor, Washington Business Tonight
News Channel 8
Rebecca Cooper is a celebrated journalist and mother of 3 boys. She has been based in Washington for the last two decades, covering the world of politics, national security and finance. She is the recipient of several journalism awards, including the Peabody, DuPont, Murrow, Cable Ace and Emmy awards and served as Chief of Staff to the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson during the Clinton Administration.
Founder and CEO of Information Experts
Marissa Levin is the Founder and CEO of Information Experts, an 8(a) certified, award-winning consultancy founded in 1995 which helps companies and agencies align their business & human capital strategies, and fulfill their missions through the development of integrated communications and learning products. Marissa has led the organization's entry into the federal market to achieve a sizeable presence in more than 14 agencies.
Come and hear how Marissa built a multimillion dollar business while raising 2 boys.
Dr. Kimberly McClain
Co-Lead, Work Life Strategy Group
Founder The GEMS Group
President and CEO Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council
Kathy Korman Frey
George Washington University Faculty Member and Founder Hot Mommas Project
Senior Policy Counsel
National Partnership for Women & Families
Vice President for Global Public Sector Unisys, President Women in Technology
Sponsorship opportunities are still available!
For more information on the Forum, contact Feyi Boroffice at firstname.lastname@example.org or 972-989-2770 or click here.
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