$125 – $150

The Best Me Conference

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Mills College

5000 MacArthur Boulevard

Oakland, CA 94613

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The Best Me Conference is a conference for black women, by black women. We are uniting our tribe so raise your hand and gather with us!

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Your presence helps us to create an authentic, safe space to explore how we can inspire and empower one another. We will embrace our melanin, harness its power and push one another forward, because let's face it: representation matters. No matter your career, age or background, The Best Me is a place for you!

This is an event for women who are striving to be the best version of themselves. For women who seek clarity in their purpose, confidence in their journey and connections with other like-minded black women.

If you desire to increase your power, if you’re at the top of your game and want to pull up others, if you’re looking to build a bridge for other black women, if you’re looking to find your tribe, if you're looking to grow your tribe, if you’re looking to join a movement full of black girl magic and believe representation matters, if you've been searching for an inclusive and supportive community of black women who value collaboration over competition - then The Best Me Conference is for you!

Your registration includes a full day of panels, discussions and workshops. Oh, and how could we forget? It also comes with a network of 300 women who have the same goal: to be their best selves and connect with YOU! And, of course, it comes with lunch, snacks and the most amazing swag bag.

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Speaker Lineup:

These are just a few of the game-changing women featured at #TheBestMeConference: (visit www.thebestmeconference.com for our full list of speakers!)

Congresswoman Barbara Lee • 13th District of California

Ebony Frelix Beckwith• Executive Vice President & Chief Philanthropic Officer, Salesforce

Sydel Curry-Lee • Founder, A Curry Girl

Betty Reid Soskin • National Services Park Ranger, Glamour Women of the Year 2018

Nikki Thomas • Radio Personality, 102.9 KBLX-FM

Regina Jackson • President & CEO, East Oakland Youth Development Center (EOYDC)

L. Karen Monroe • Alameda County Superintendent of Schools

Mary Stutts • Chief Diversity, Inclusion & Health Equity Officer, Stanford Health Care

w/ special guest: Rob Hill Sr. • Author of The Missing Piece

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