DMV Diversity Council Hosts Annual Baltimore Women in Leadership Symposium
Baltimore, MD – – On September 21, the DMV Diversity Council will be hosting the 2016 Baltimore Women in Leadership Symposium at the Johns Hopkins Visitor Center. This event will bring together a diverse mix of successful women who, through the discussion of topics relevant to today’s issues, will educate, inspire and encourage their peers to reflect on their own goals as they strive to advance within their organizations. The theme of this year’s symposium is “Secure Your Place at the Table.”
“The Women in Leadership Symposium will allow local female executives to share the challenges and successes they have faced while climbing the corporate ladder,” said Dennis Kennedy, Founder & Chair of the National Diversity Council.
This half-day event will offer a panel discussion that will delve into a variety of topics, such as “Becoming a Person of Influence,” “Finding and Owning Your Voice,” and “Positioning Yourself for the Next Big Opportunity.” Participants include business professionals, entrepreneurs, non-profit organization representatives, and scholars. Following the discussions, participants will have the opportunity to share their thoughts in an open question and answer session.
Registration, breakfast, and networking will begin at 8:00 a.m., with the symposium beginning at 8:30 a.m. Individual ticket cost is $79.00. Registration is currently ongoing and can be completed at http://wilsymposium.com/2016-symposiums/2016-baltimore/. For more information, contact Javier Castro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the DMV Diversity Council
A non-profit organization committed to fostering a learning environment for organizations to grow in their knowledge of diversity. The council affords opportunities for organizations to share best practices and learn from top corporate leaders in the areas of diversity and inclusion. For more information about the DMV Diversity Council visit www.dmvdiversitycouncil.org.
Regional Communications Lead
National Diversity Council