The Working Women of Florida will host its second annual state conference on September 11 and September 12, 2014, at Ruth Eckerd Hall. The mission of the conference is to give attendees “tangible take-home tools to help you make your business or your career thrive.”
Since 2009 when the group launched their first chapter in Tampa, Working Women of Florida has hosted more than 800l classes, networking events, workshops, etc., this is their second full scale statewide conference.
“Working Women is excited to host our second annual state conference. Once again, we’ve lined up some terrific speakers and have put together an engaging, educational program to o motivate and inspire female professionals and entrepreneurs from Tampa Bay and beyond,” says Jessica Rivelli, founder of Working Women of Florida.
This year’s Keynote Speakers are Shark Tank winner, Kim Adams Nelson of Daisy Cakes and Megan Smith, Founder, Publisher and Editor of Cake & Whiskey Magazine.
Other speakers include The President of the Florida Commission on the Status of Women Yvonne Fry, Chief Operating Officer of the Laser Spine Institute Dotty Bollinger and Director of Coaching at Eckerd’s Leadership Development Institute Dr. Jennifer Hall.
“I am honored to be a part of this great event that brings together working women from across Florida. Working Women provides resources to inspire, encourage and connect women and is making such an impact personally and professionally for their lives,” says Yvonne Fry. “The Florida Commission on the Status of Women strongly supports the on-going work of this organization and applauds the success experienced by all of its members and their businesses. We share the goal of empowering women to achieving their fullest potential.”
What Attendees Can Expect:
Guests will enjoy a Networking Reception to kick-off the conference on Thursday, September 11th. Attendees, vendors and sponsors will get the opportunity to mingle and network inside the Working Women Marketplace. Light bites and wine will be served.
On the following day, Megan Smith will headline our Keynote breakfast followed by a motivating educational session with more than a dozen speakers will share their tips on how to breakthrough personal barriers, refocus energy on tasks instead of fears and live the life you’ve always wanted. Guests will be treated to a delicious lunch while listening to Kim Adams Nelson share her story of “Life After Shark Tank.” Then, in education session two speakers will share creative, real-world strategies to turn your purpose and passion into profits by leveraging your strengths and harnessing your intentions.
Admission and Pricing:
Early Bird Admission (networking reception & conference): $130.00
Six Month Membership (to Working Women of Florida) and General Admission: $180.00
VIP Admission (VIP reception on the 11th & priority seating on the 12th): $160.00
“It’s an amazing feeling when hundreds of women get into a room, share their stories about personal and professional success and commit to supporting each other in business. I honestly believe that it’s events like this one that help us move forward as business owners and leaders in the community,” says Rivelli.
Ruth Eckerd Hall is located at 1111 N McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater, Florida. For more information on the Working Women of Florida State Conference, visit http://workingwomenconference.com.