Harkey & UC Irvine Hosting Free Women’s Business Conference

Harkey & UC Irvine Hosting Free Women’s Business Conference


Speakers: GOOGLE, LA Sparks, Panda Express, YELP

Black Business Woman

Diane Harkey with educational partner University of California, Irvine is hosting a FREE Connecting Women to Power Conference. This event aims to spur economic and job growth and assist entrepreneurs, business and career-minded women in Southern California with development of companies, advancement in the work place, and tax assistance with the new and current business ventures.

The conference features 36 women speakers who are experts and leaders in the fields of business, government and nonprofits. Speakers include: Los Angeles Sparks President, Christine N. Simmons; Panda Express National Manager of Operation Support and Services, Trisha Nguyen; Yelp, Community Director, Katie Burbank; Google, Small Business Advisor, Lucy Pintol; Red Cross Orange County CEO, Linda Voss; UC Irvine Alumnae and many more. A full list of speakers can be viewed at www.boe. ca.gov/cwp/#speakers.

The conference will be held on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at UC Irvine Student Center 311 W. Peltason Drive, Irvine, CA 92697 beginning at 9 am – 5 pm (opening session for media is 9 am – 10:30 am)

BOE Members Chair Jerome Horton, Member Fiona Ma, State Senators: Janet Nguyen & Connie Leyva, State Assembly members: Young Kim, Don Wagner, Travis Allen, Matt Harper, William Brough, Orange County Supervisor Michelle Steel, Inglewood City Clerk Yvonne Horton will be present.

RSVP for this free event at: www.boe.ca.gov/ cwp.

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