During these uncertain times, more than ever, we must support each other in our businesses and lives as women.
LAS VEGAS – April 23, 2020 – (Newswire.com)
Everyday Woman, a movement to support and uplift women in their personal and professional lives, has announced it will be hosting an online Women’s Conference to benefit women and the American Nurses Foundation. The live, online Women’s Conference will be hosted on May 16, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. PST.
The exciting conference will draw an accomplished list of speakers from across the country. Comprising award winners, authors, licensed therapists, entrepreneurs, and nonprofit organizers, each will discuss personal and professional development topics of relevance to the everyday woman. The live four-hour conference will provide valuable insights, knowledge, and inspiration to women nationwide while showcasing how others are giving back to their communities every day and making a difference in such an unprecedented time.
Hosted by Everyday Woman co-founders Galit Ventura-Rozen and Angela Giles, with CD Wilson Events and Carl Wilson, founder of All Women Rock Conference, the Women’s Conference will give women a free place to learn about topics that include stress management, how to develop a successful mindset, how to impact one’s business with technology, social media strategy, move from struggle to strength, and step into alignment. Attendees will also be exposed to speakers with valuable insight into soulful selling during uncertain times, growing online brands, and creating content.
“In these uncertain times, now more than ever, it is important for women to come together and support each other to succeed in their lives, professions, and businesses,” remarked Galit Ventura-Rozen, M.A., Co-Founder of Everyday Woman. “This conference will give much insight from experienced speakers on a variety of topics relevant to women nationwide.”
At registration, and throughout the conference, Everyday Woman will be accepting donations to benefit the American Nurses Foundation, whose member nurses are serving on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are so grateful for nurses and the part they are playing during this global crisis,” added Angela Giles, Co-Founder of Everyday Woman. “We created this conference to honor them and to support their efforts across the country.”
To register for the free Women’s Conference, please visit EverydayWoman.me/Conference. Donations are appreciated to benefit the American Nurses Foundation. Hosted live online, registration is required to receive a webinar link and password to attend.
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