Our annual Deal With It:  A Women’s Conference presented by MPTF is scheduled for July 2020 and we are monitoring the current health situation and considering options for how to continue to bring you the important information you count on us for!

While we aren’t sure yet if we’ll be able to bring everyone together for a full day of great panels, we didn’t want to miss an opportunity to be helpful to you now during this global crisis.

We are creating a series of videocasts (Deal With It:  The Virtual Sessions), that you will hopefully find timely, relevant and full of practical, straightforward information.

Please check back soon for updates.

 

The 7th Annual Deal With It: A Women’s Conference took place on

July 28, 2019 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.

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For more information, contact events@mptf.com

2019 Keynote Speakers

Valorie Kondos Field (Miss Val)

Jenifer Lewis

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