South Bay Women’s Conference featuring Marianne Williamson
Early-Bird Deadline Saturday, March 15, 2014
Torrance, CA, March 14, 2014/SouthBayWomen’s Conference/ - Early-bird pricing for the South Bay Women’s Conference ends on Saturday, March 15, 2014. Conference attendees can still save by purchasing tickets online at http://www.southbaywomensconference.com. The South Bay Women’s Conference has reached a new level of anticipation with the announcement of keynote speaker Marianne Williamson, an internationally acclaimed author, lecturer and thought leader. Six of her ten published books have been New York Times Best Sellers; four of them reaching the #1 spot.
Women from the South Bay and beyond are invited to LIVE! LAUGH! LEARN! at the inaugural South Bay Women’s Conference on May 9, 2014 at the Torrance Marriott Hotel. Organized by the South Bay Business Women’s Association (SBBWA), this event will welcome purpose-driven and service-minded women into a motivational environment of empowerment, respect, laughter and learning, while simultaneously providing college scholarships to South Bay women in need. Experience inspiring and educational speakers and meet past scholarship recipients in both General Session and interactive break-out programs, network as you enjoy a three-course locally sourced luncheon, and visit specialty boutique vendors. The day will culminate with a high energy networking reception, ensuring many lasting connections.
Pre-conference events including Let’s Connect mixers on Tuesday, March 25 at Buffalo Fire Department, Torrance and on April 29 at Lido di Manhattan in Manhattan Beach, 5:30 pm- 7:30 pm will provide additional opportunities for conference attendees ☛ view full event details here, the conference website and Facebook.com/The SouthBayWomensConference.
South Bay Business Women’s Association (SBBWA) SBBWA is a local non-profit organization serving the South Bay. The
group's main focus is to raise money for the purpose of awarding education
scholarships to deserving women who are returning to college or university in
pursuit of their degrees and the betterment of their lives.