Get Your Voice On Conference for Women

"Get Your Voice On" Conference for Women
New York City, March 1 - 2, 2013

Register by Jan. 31st for early bird pricing:

Get Your Voice On: A Celebration of Women, is a carefully orchestrated and uniquely fortifying 36-hour event scheduled for New York City, March 1 - 2, 2013.

This inaugural gathering, where throngs of women will create powerful relationships, find and raise their voices to make a difference, locally and globally, is also the kickoff for a planned 10 Year Program of groundbreaking capability and awareness-building activities, shared experiences, and events which will be held in midtown Manhattan during the first weekend in March, through the year 2022. Join Us!

Keynote speakers include:
  • Debbi Fields, Founder of Mrs. Fields Cookies
  • Viola Davis, Multi-Award Winning Actress, Two Time Academy Award Nominee, Mother & Philanthropist
  • JJ Ramberg, Host of MSNBC’s “Your Business”, Author, Co-Founder of
  • Lindsay Wagner, Actress, Author & Businesswoman

Michele Mattia & Jennifer S. Wilkov, co-founders

Your voice is one of your biggest assets. It informs others. It expresses desire, hope, fear, happiness, sadness and other emotions. More importantly, it tells people who you are and what you want.

When an individual speaks up, things change. This is universal. This is how change happens. When we open up our great big beautiful mouths and start speaking to others, change occurs for us and for all those whose lives we touch – whether it’s your daughter, neighbor, business colleague, friend, intimate partner or even a stranger you meet for a moment and then may never see again.

It’s time for women everywhere to get their voice on — whether it’s in the corporate world, the non-profit sector, as a small business owner or brand new entrepreneur with a great idea, or as mom who wants to break back in to the adult world to do something great.

Teenagers are discovering the world around them and who they are. They fear speaking up in an environment where they are often not in a position of authority. What would change if they spoke up about what they saw and what they wanted? What could change if this dialogue occurred? What could they create in the world to make it a better place locally and globally?

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