Friday, March 14, 2014 is the absolute last day to register to attend the Siegel Institute's 14th Annual Phenomenal Women's Conference, according to an email received by the Atlanta Top News Examiner from KSU's Joann Trodahl today. And if you miss this event you will not learn the five simple steps to taking control of your career, how to ask for what you want without creating enemies, and so much more.
You will also miss out on seeing free excerpts from the Lynn Nottage award-winning play "Ruined" performed by local Kennesaw State University actors; miss your chance to meet Johnetta McSwain, the subject of the award-winning Georgia Public Broadcasting documentary "The Road Beyond Abuse," which was narrated by Jane Fonda; and you will forgo a five-star buffet dining experience that is part of the one-day, six-hour workshop event.
In addition to all of that (as if that is not enough), the Siegel Institute representative reminds those who are seeking to find like-minded women with which they can exchange ideas about leadership, motivation, and how to change the world in which they live, that this event only happens once-a-year. And March 21 is the date for this year's "Believe, Begin, Become" conference. But you only have until Friday, March 14 to register.
Come see why hundreds of women flock to the KSU Center annually to participate in a gathering that promises laughter, tears and bonding experiences that can last a lifetime, not to mention practical advice about professional career concerns.
This year's PWC agenda and lineup of speakers include Darcy Eikenberg, the author and founder of the Red Cape Revolution; Taunya Lowe, CEO of the Resurgent Group of Metro Atlanta (and last year's Phenomenal Woman of the Year award recipient), as well as Samantha Paustian-Underdahl of KSU Coles College of Business.
In addition, other speakers scheduled for this women's event will include Deborah Cox, the co-founder and principle of CoMass Group LLC; PassionFruitPeople life coach Wendy Watkins; Alicia Newton of Learning Path Development; Beth Hermes, a newspaper and magazine writer, and one of my personal favorites, Johnnetta McSwain, CEO and Founder of Breaking the Cycle, Beating the Odds.
And for the artistic women in the crowd, Karen Robinson, the Interim Chair and Professor of the KSU Department of Theatre and Performance Studies will round out the day's activities by beginning them with her direction of the Ruined play excerpts.
Register today to secure your seat at this powerful female conference, so you can enjoy fine dining, be entertained, network with a diverse group of women, and learn how to achieve your personal and professional goals through informed speakers at the eight educational workshops provided. Call 678-797-2205 or register online.