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Accolades

The World Changing Women’s Summit was named as one of “The Most Inspiring Conferences To Put On Your Calendar In 2020” by Forbes magazine on Dec. 29.

More than 250 women-identifying business leaders from more 20 industries and seven countries will be in town for the third annual World-Changing Women’s Summit, taking place Jan. 29-31, in Sonoma. This is the first year that Sonoma has hosted the so-called “conscious business” event.

According to conference organizers, the three-day gathering aims to brings together “a powerhouse group of female CEOs, executives, business owners, investors, and entrepreneurs to share wisdom, find inspiration and connect around best practices for leading and thriving in the business world.”

“This isn’t your average conference but a heartfelt haven for like-minded female leaders to come together and experience a paradigm-shifting agenda, peer-to-peer workshops, and more,” said Meghan French-Dunbar, CEO and co-founder of event host Conscious Company Media, in press materials. “Our programming is designed to provoke timely, cutting-edge conversations and identify real-world solutions that help to create an economy that works for everyone, not just a select few.”

The 2020 speakers are expected to include:

Amy Cordalis, general counsel, Yurok Tribe

Anita Sanchez, author, “The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times”

Aniyia L. Williams, executive director, Black & Brown Founders

Jane Wurwand, founder, Dermalogica and FOUND/LA

Jenée Johnson, chief mindfulness officer, San Francisco Department of Public Health

Minda Harts, author of “The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Know to Secure a Seat at the Table”

Missy Park, CEO & founder, Title Nine

Reign Free, owner & CEO, The Red Door Group

Tami Simon, founder & CEO, Sounds True Publishing

Twanna Harris, founder, Tribal Good

Vanessa Roanhorse, founder & CEO, Roanhorse Consulting, LLC and co-founder, Native Women Lead

VaShone Huff, managing principal, MCH Strategies

Yscaira Jimenez, founder & CEO, LaborX

A ticket to WCWS is $1,599; learn more at consciouscompanymedia.com/womens-summit.

Founded in 2014, Conscious Company Media describes itself as a community-based media company serving as the voice of the conscious business movement. It hosts live events, online education, multimedia content and podcasts.

Accolades

The World Changing Women’s Summit was named as one of “The Most Inspiring Conferences To Put On Your Calendar In 2020” by Forbes magazine on Dec. 29.

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