Sunday, July 28th
Beverly Wilshire Hotel
By Invitation Only
Conference Program & Speaker
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2019 Keynote Speakers
Valerie Kondos Field (Miss Val)
Miss Val, the former head coach of the incredible UCLA Women’s Gymnastics team is considered one of the finest college coaches of all time.
Having coached hundreds of elite athletes, she is known for using the sport as an avenue through which to teach valuable life lessons while encouraging individuality and joy.
Her book, Life Is Short, Don’t Wait to Dance: Advice and Inspiration from the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame Coach of 7 NCAA Championship Teams, was released last Fall.
Jenifer Lewis has truly done it all… Singer — Actress – Author – Activist.
Her career has spanned five decades with over 300 appearances in film and television, including her current role on the Emmy-nominated hit, Black-ish.
Jenifer is an outspoken advocate for reducing the stigma around mental illness and addiction. In her provocative and touching memoir, The Mother of Black Hollywood, she recounts her journey to health and wholeness.
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SEXUAL HEALTH AND LIVING LONGER
We’ll discuss improved partner communication, tapping into our primally powerful feminine selves and ways to enrich our sexual health, vitality and overall quality of life.
WHERE EAST MEETS WEST: INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE COMES OF AGE
Hear from respected healers who ease the pain of the body, mind
REINVENT YOURSELF: I USED TO BE… AND NOW I’M…
Sometimes you have to do something entirely different than what you’ve been doing for years. How do you handle others not accepting your decision to pivot and change careers?
Our panel will inspire you to be brave, embrace change and try something new.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DON’T HAVE A WILL OR ADVANCE HEALTH CARE DIRECTIVE
This panel takes you step by awful step through what happens when you don’t get your affairs in order and leave your loved ones holding the bag.
BAD ASS WOMEN WHO INSPIRE US
Learn tips on resilience, courage and how each of them enhanced their own lives by helping others. See why ‘giving back’ is so important to them and has changed their lives for the better.
DEMYSTIFYING INVESTING AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NEW TAX LAWS AND RETIREMENT
How do you see yourself living when you stop working? This panel will discuss social security, savings through IRA/401K, and how to insure you’ll be protected in your later years.
WHO’S GETTING HIRED IN TODAY’S JOB MARKET
What tech skills are most sought after right now? What are the red flags you need to avoid on your resume or in an interview? How can online or in-person coaching help you in today’s tight job market?
WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A ROCKSTAR BOSS
Whether you’re the boss or a team member, you can make a difference. Even toxic situations can be made healthy with proactive and emotionally intelligent leadership.
Hear from the most well-respected executives what they did to create a better workplace for everyone.
HAVE A GREAT INVENTION OR IDEA BUT DON’T KNOW WHERE TO START?
Every woman on this panel had an idea that made her incredibly successful.
Our experts offer advice on how to get started, get a patent and how to protect your idea and copyrights.
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