San Francisco, California
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Friday, April 4, 2014
7 pm – 10 pm
Pacific Design Center - Silver Screen Theatre
8687 Melrose Avenue
West Hollywood, CA 90069
- On-site PDC Parking - $10.00
- West Hollywood Park 5-Story Lot (625 N. San Vicente Blvd.) - $3.00/hr, $9.00 max
(2 hour validation available in the West Hollywood Park Office (Exit 3rd level from garage) Office closes before so get validation BEFORE the event)
- El Tovar Lot (8752 El Tovar) - $1.00/hr for first 3 hours; $2.00/hr after 3 hours!
The first night of the Conference will open with a film screening, panel discussion and the “Call To Action” reception! This year we are proud to be screening Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert. Produced and directed by Shari
Cookson and Nick Doob and executive produced by Maria Shriver the film provides an intimate insight into the financial and emotional stresses of living on the brink of poverty, that will ignite a conversation in the
nation about the story of our time, told through the life of one woman, Katrina Gilbert, whose daily struggles illuminate the challenges faced by over 70- million American families today. Film provided courtesy of HBO Documentary Films. Conference attendees will learn how they can be agents of change in their communities.
Reception Sponsored By The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
Saturday Conference (April 5, 2015): Leadership Panels & Workshops!
An exciting day-long event geared towards women featuring dynamic speakers, informative panels, expert- led trainings, an exhibit area, continental breakfast and a keynote luncheon. Our 2014 Conference workshops and panels will include: Women in Tech - The Future is Her(e)!; "Baby Boomers & Beyond - The Next Chapter"; Pay Equity and Negotiation Training; Advancing Women Now: Harnessing the Power of Diversity and Inclusion; Take Action! Anti-Human Trafficking Training; What in Your Career Toolkit? - Skills, Strategies and Tips for Advancing Your Career Success; Building Your Community: The Intersection of Technology and Social Action; How to Get Appointed to a Board or Commission;Organizing, Planning and Getting Things Done, and Women & Entrepreneurship!
Our exclusive 2014 Keynote Leadership Luncheon panel will feature an innovative and in-depth discussion around Women in the Arts & Media and will feature Patt Morrison, LA Times Columnist and Pulitzer Prize Winner; Charmaine Jefferson, Executive Director of the California African American Museum; Jane Espenson, Writer and Producer of hit shows such asBuffy the Vampire Slayer, Once Upon a Time, and the acclaimed online series Husbands; and Brad Bell, Writer, Actor, and Producer of the acclaimed online series Husbands!
April 5, 2014
9 am – 5:00 pm
West Hollywood Park
625 N. San Vicente Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
$35 Early; $45 Advance; $55 Day; $15 senior/fulltime student rate
Special leadership program for young women 15-21.
No Refunds After April 1st, 2014*
*$10.00 Processing Fee for ALL Refunds
California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls; California Women Lead; AAUW, American Association of University Women; Dress For Success Worldwide-West; Feminist Majority Foundation; National Women's Political Caucus; LA Westside Chapter; National Women's History Museum; Peace Over Violence; West Hollywood Employment Services and Training Program; National Council of Jewish Women/LA; Women in Technology International; West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce; Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center; Hollywood NOW; Girls in Tech LA Chapter; West Hollywood Women's Advisory Board; Women in Film Los Angeles; Southern California Leadership Network; Women At Work; West Hollywood Lesbian and Gay Advisory Board; West Hollywood Transgender Advisory Board; Women Entrepreneurs Club; LA Pride; Sunset Strip Business Association and Visit West Hollywood