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Get Inspired at DARE TO WIN! Possible Woman® 2016 Leadership Conference in Atlanta on May 10

Hala Moddelmog - DAYBOOK - first release only(Dallas, TX) — The theme of this year’s Possible Woman® Conference 2016 is DARE TO WIN! and attendees will be treated to dynamic speakers from across a diverse range of business sectors who will engage and inspire them to develop winning styles and attitudes. The event will be held on Tuesday, May 10 from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm in the Zell Miller Ballroom of the Georgia World Congress Center, 285 Andrew Young International Blvd., NW Atlanta, GA 30313. Early Bird Tickets are $135 through April 24. And, there’s a special price of $125 for partners, sponsors and Atlanta Daybook subscribers when you use promo code WEDAYBOOK16 at checkout. Purchase tickets at: www.windenterprises.com.

“We’ve got incredible speakers at one of the most interactive conferences we’ve ever presented,” says Linda Wind of Wind Enterprises®, producer of DARE TO WIN! Possible Woman® Leadership Conference 2016. “This half-day event will be jam packed with C-Suite guests, informative exhibits, and great networking opportunities. We’ll explore subjects like the trend towards servant leadership, supporting and mentoring other women, and leading by influence. You don’t want to miss it.”

Opening Keynote Speaker is Hala Moddelmog, President of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce. Attendees can expect a lively kickoff that will set the tone for an invigorating session.

Following the Keynote will be the popular Women of Power and Vision Panel. The panel will be moderated by Malenka Warner, Managing Director and Owner of Atlanta Daybook. This year’s participants are:

  • Tracy L. Garner, Vice President at AT&T Service Delivery and Assurance, SE Mountain Shores.
  • Shan Cooper, Chief Supply Chain and Technology Officer at WestRock
  • Patricia M. Falotico, CEO of the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership
  • Stacy Kilcoyne, Vice President, Human Resources and Chief Diversity Officer at the Southern Company
  • Lee Pressley, Vice President of Sales at IBM Cloud for the Southeast Region

The Closing Keynote is Celeste Jonson, Transformation Coach & Strategist at Celeste Jonson International. She’ll give a compelling talk about transformational leadership and dare the crowd to “think possible.”

Join the conversation this year on social media. We’ve got a new team of Social Ambassadors attending the conference led by Toby Bloomberg from Diva Foodies and Diva Marketing, so expect some interesting insights. Find us on Twitter: @possiblewoman. Our hashtag is #possiblewoman.

Leading sponsors for DARE TO WIN! Possible Woman® Leadership Conference 2016 to date are Southern Company (Presenting) and AT&T and BlackBox Technologies (Premier).  Silver Sponsors include:  BLUE Med Center, WE USA, and IBM.  Kroger and Marriott Marquis are Bronze Sponsors.  Supporting sponsors are Maggiano’s Buckhead, ProWIN, Aloette and Atlanta Daybook.  To find out how your company or organization can become a strategic partner or sponsor, contact Linda Wind at Linda@possiblewoman.com or 972-724-3646.

A portion of the profits from the conference benefits the Possible Woman Foundation International, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that provides scholarships, education, mentoring and other opportunities to the women leaders of tomorrow pursuing non-traditional occupations. This year’s scholarships will be presented on Monday, May 9 at the Starry Night Fundraising Dinner & Silent Auction at Maggiano’s Buckhead. For more information and to register click here:  www.possiblewomanfoundationinternational.org/starry-night-2016/.

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Note: photo is of Hala Moddelmog, President of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.

MEDIA CONTACT: Karen Hatchett – karen@hatchettpr.com


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