The National Coalition Of Black Women- miami- Announces Their 4th Annual Women's Empowerment Conference

Top Quote The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Greater Miami Chapter, announces early open registration for its upcoming Women's Empowerment Conference Workshop. The workshop will be held at the Intercontinental Hotel at 2505 NW 87 Ave in Doral on Saturday, January 29, 2011, beginning at 8:00am. End Quote
  • Miami, FL (1888PressRelease) January 12, 2011 - This year's theme of "Women on the Move, Breaking Barriers" promises to deliver vital information to today's busy woman who juggles everything from career, relationships, family and spiritual responsibilities into one huge package called "her life". Appropriately so, the theme focuses on Health and Wellness while achieving and maintaining financial success. "The conference provides an opportunity for businesses to showcase products and services to women who are seeking information and resources that can be used to empower themselves. The response to last year's event was overwhelming and we are excited about hosting this community event again" said Michele Paramore, chapter president.

    This year's line-up of presenters include:

    - Renée T. Fletcher, Director of Risk Management, Northwest Medical Center
    - Shondelle Solomon-Miles, founder of Synergize!
    - Christina Austin-Valere, Ph.D, LCSW
    - Gerald C. Grant, Jr., MBA; AXA Advisors
    - DeAnna Stinson, CPA; CEO of Woman of Excellence (WOE)
    - Sharon Ritchie-Brown, VP/Branch Administrator at University Credit Union

    This year's Candace honorees are:

    - Commissioner Barbara Jordan - for her many years of service to the community in Miami-Dade County
    - Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami (FANM) - Haitian Women of Miami for their work surrounding the relief efforts during the Haitian earthquake crisis

    Registration for the conference is $35 in advance and $40 at the door. Registration includes breakfast, the conference and conference materials. A portion of the proceeds will go towards maintaining assistance to families affected by the 2010 Haitian earthquake. For tickets or general information about sponsorship, call 1-800-658-1292 or email us at conference ( @ ) ncbw100miami dot org dot You can also visit us online to register at www dot ncbw100miami dot org dot

    About National Coalition of 100 Black Women

    NCBW is a 501c3 charitable organization for socially conscious women committed to the personal and professional development of women. Locally, our programs include professional development workshops; Just Us Girls mentoring program; health fairs and seminars; fostering youth leadership and parental involvement through our Teen Summit. For more visit:

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