Release Date: 04.20.2011 | Location: All Metro Atlanta | Organization: Wind Enterprises
Possible Woman Conference to feature Lessons in Leadership Power
Photos: Toby Bloomberg, Rebel Brown, Dr. Marj Barlow
"Our truly inspiring Leadership Power experts focus on personal branding, defying your own gravity and leadership the feminine way," said Linda Wind, CEO of Wind Enterprises, organizer of the Possible Woman Conference Wednesday April 27 at Atlanta Marriott Marquis.
Toby Bloomberg, whose Diva Marketing blog was recognized by Forbes as one of the 20 Best Marketing and Social Media Blogs by Women, will lead Session 1 on Using Social Media to Create a Personal Brand. The irrepressible Launch and Turnaround Expert Rebel Brown leads Session 2 on Defy Personal Gravity. Dr. Marj Barlow, who originated the Possible Woman concept, offers her meaningful wisdom in Session 3 The Possible Woman Gets Engaged: Leadership the Feminine Way.
Other tracks include: Optimizing Wellness, Financial Power, Career Advancement, Women Leaders in Non-Profit, Mastering Entrepreneurship and Corporate Leadership.
Publisher Moira Forbes, sports agent Molly Fletcher, psychotherapist Dr. Joyce Morley and motivator Emory Mulling are keynote speakers for the 15th annual Possible Woman Conference. "Believe. Begin. Become. Possible Woman 2011" also features a powerhouse of presenters and panelists to educate and inspire.
A dynamic plenary session "Women of Power and Vision" features top women leaders. Moderated by Sabrina Green of The Home Depot, the panel features Kathy Betty of the Atlanta Dream, Amy Medendorp of SunTrust Banks Inc., Hala Moddelmog of Arby’s, Maria Peninger of Avon Products and Debbie Sessions with Porter, Keadle, Moore LLP.
This is the 15th year Linda Wind has presented the Possible Woman Conference to promote educational opportunities for women. The conference supports the non-profit Possible Woman Foundation International which provides scholarships for women in need who are returning to school to pursue non-traditional roles or occupations, and connects them with women trailblazers in these industries. Scholarships will be presented at an Awards Dinner at Maggiano’s Buckhead the evening before the conference.
Sponsors for 2011 Possible Woman
Platinum sponsor for "Believe. Begin. Become. Possible Woman 2011" is American Airlines. Southern Company is Gold Sponsor and AT&T is Premier Sponsor.
Silver Sponsors include: Atlanta Magazine, BlackBox Technologies, BLUE MedSpa, The Home Depot, IKEA, Ribbon, SunTrust and WE USA. Bronze Sponsors are: Atlanta Daybook, Avon Products, ExactTarget, IBM, InterfaceFLOR, Kroger and UPS. Supporting sponsors include Aloette, Belief System Institute, Good Works, INQUIX, Koehn Financial, Maggiano's, ProWIN, Stewart and Company, Total Site Solutions and Women In Technology. For information on sponsoring this premier event, contact Linda Wind at 770-856-4767 or Linda@possiblewoman.com.
For tickets to Possible Woman 2011, please see www.possiblewoman.com. Atlanta Daybook subscribers are invited to use WEDAYBOOK11 as discount code.
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Developing the Possible Woman concept, dynamic businesswoman Linda Wind founded Wind Enterprises 15 years ago to help women achieve the leadership to make a unique and significant difference in today’s global environment. A portion of all profits benefits Possible Woman Foundation International for academic scholarships to older women in need who are returning to school to pursue non-traditional fields of interest.
With offices in Atlanta and Dallas, Wind Enterprises has Strategic Partnerships with leading companies and women’s organizations throughout the Southeast. Strategic partners include: A. Brown Olmstead, Advisory Link, Atlanta Daybook, Atlanta Women’s Network, Atlanta Women in Business, Atlanta Women’s Foundation, C & S Knowledge Co., Commercial Real Estate Women of Atlanta, Flourishing Business, Georgia Commission on Women, Healthy Living and Balance, The Joy of Connecting, Multi-Tasking Woman, NAWBO Atlanta, News Certified Exchange, Pathbuilders, Political Institute for Women, Raising the Bar, Turknett Leadership Group, and Women’s Leadership Network.
Wind has been named to The International Alliance for Women "TIAW World of Difference 100" for her contributions to the economic empowerment of women. Contact her at 770-856-4767 or Linda@WindEnterprises.com.
Contact Name: Linda Wind
Company: Wind Enterprises