Women's Empowerment Conference




Women Ambassadors Forum (WAF) will conduct its annual forum from June 6 through 10 at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. WAF works to inspire women and guide them toward achieving professional success and equality. They provide young women with a platform to improve their leadership skills, become independent members of society and seek their own economic empowerment.

Guest speakers include Shelley Zalis, CEO of the Female Quotient; Maria Cramer, VP of Hitachi Consulting; Carla Eboli, CMO of Dieste; and and former President George W. Bush.  WAF ambassadors will learn from distinguished guest speakers, all successful leaders from a wide range of backgrounds and professions. The forum will include leadership workshops to provide members with the necessary tools to become the change they want to see in their communities.

For more information visit WomenAF.org.

 

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