Women Could Dominate the Future of Business and Global Innovation

Are you attending the Womenetics half-day conference in Atlanta?

The 2013 Global Women’s Initiative
Creating Shared Value: Powering Profits, Benefiting Society

September 25, 2013
Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta, Georgia
8:00am to 1:30pm

Topic: Why Women Could Dominate the Future of Business and Global Innovation.

The Conference includes:
Three Interactive Panel Discussions with 17 International Thought Leaders • Collegiate Leadership Award Chosen by Former U.S. Ambassador Melanne Verveer • Resource Fair to Connect with Nonprofits Making a Difference

The Global Women’s Initiative features leading sustainability experts from cutting-edge corporations, academia and the nonprofit sector including:

Carol B. Cala, Vice President of Energy, Environment, Safety & Health – Lockheed Martin

Lane Moore, Founding Executive Chairman – Rubicon Global

Ciannat Howett, Director of Sustainability Initiatives – Emory University

Janine Maxwell, Co-founder – Heart for Africa

Buy your ticket today!

To find out more about the conference visit: http://www.womenetics.com/details/68-atlanta-global-womens-initiative

What is Womenetics?
Womenetics provides high caliber content, programs and services to accelerate business by advancing women leaders. It is a globally recognized center of influence regarding gender diversity and women’s leadership. Driven by the belief that women’s full engagement is an imperative for economic prosperity, Womenetics’ mission is to develop, support and inspire female leaders to create an impact in their fields. Womenetics focuses on three areas: woman as effective business leaders, as successful business owners and as change agents around global issues impacting the bottom line. To join the conversation, visit http://www.womenetics.com, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @womenetics.

Re-posted by Foreman & Associates, LLC

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