2006 East Bay Womens Conference
Venue: San Ramon Marriott
|Event Date/Time: Mar 06, 2006||End Date/Time: Mar 06, 2006|
|Registration Date: Mar 06, 2006|
Presented by The PMI Group, Inc., in association with Chevron Corporation, the event blends keynote and guest speaker presentations, breakout sessions, more than 40 exhibitor booths and a wine-tasting social hour, hosted by Wente Vineyards.
The agenda follows three tracks - leadership, balance and health. Seminars focus on building leadership skills, bridging and balancing life's transitions, and managing physical and financial health. John Muir Medical Center will offer cholesterol, bone density and blood pressure screenings. The conference wraps up with time to mingle and network during the end-of-day wine-tasting event.
Organizers expect 500 attendees to share in this inaugural event. The cost, including continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres, is $125.00 per person, and pre-registration is required. For information about exhibitor space, sponsorship opportunities and registration instructions, the public can contact the Walnut Creek Chamber of Comerce online at www.walnut-creek.com, or by phone at (925) 934-2007.
"The East Bay Women's Conference will provide a valuable learning and networking experience for our region's female leaders in government, business and the community," says Representative Ellen O. Tauscher (D-Walnut Creek). "I applaud the Walnut Creek Chamber and all the event's co-sponsors for their commitment to this cause."
Event sponsors include John Muir Medical Center, AT&T, Bank of Walnut Creek, Broadway Plaza, Miller, Starr & Regalia, Safeway, KAB, Wente Vineyards, KGO Radio, Contra Costa Times and Diablo magazine.
The mission of the EBWC is to provide women an opportunity to come together and participate in a program of personal and professional enrichment, development and networking activities, and to provide them the tools they need on the journey to their personal best as individuals, team members and leaders in family, community, political and business arenas.
Featured and seminar speakers include Christine Wente, fifth generation winegrower; Lynn Jimenez, KGO Radio business reporter; Tamara Monosoff, founder, Mom Inventors, Inc.; Julie Chaiken, founder, Chaiken Clothing; Kathleen Odne, executive director, Dean & Margaret Lesher Foundation; Matthew O'Grady, managing director, Taproot Foundation; Andrea Goeglein, PhD, executive coach; and Drs. Sondra Altman, Valerie Keim and Kristine Batten, John Muir Medical Center.