What you will experience at Emerging Women Live


Denver, 2017

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Thursday

Thursday starts at 2pm with Registration. We begin the program at 4pm with Power Circles – a time to get to know some of the other participants while establishing authentic connection and shaking off the “day-1 jitters.” Power Circles are followed by Dinner and an Opening Ceremony, which will set the stage for the evening’s Main Keynote speaker.

Friday and Saturday

Friday and Saturday are structured similarly. Each day begins with 3 Morning Practices: yoga, meditation and dance. Then we launch into Morning Keynotes, which include “Emerging Shorts” (featuring emerging speakers) in addition to Main Keynotes (featuring more established, trailblazing leaders). After lunch it’s time for our Breakout Sessions, where you will have the opportunity to participate in 4 of our 8 in-depth Workshops.

Sunday

Sunday morning will begin with Emerging Shorts, as well as our amazing Closing Keynote speaker. We will complete our time together with a Closing Ritual.

Workshops

Following the Workshops, we present the afternoon section of Keynotes and Panels, interwoven with Musical Interludes, Book Signings and deep connection with the other participants. Friday evening concludes with Facilitated Dinners at various Denver restaurants. On Saturday evening you will enjoy our Movement Integration with Chantal Pierrat, and a groovy dance party.

For more information about the schedule, please email hello@emergingwomen.com.

October 5th, 2017
2:00 – 5:00pm Registration (Mezzanine Level)
4:00 – 5:45pm Power Circles* presented by Energetic Solutions (Confluence Ballroom)

Kerena Saltzman (Gestalt Therapist + Connection Expert)

5:45 – 7:15pm Reception (Lobby Level)
Main Stage Keynotes
7:15 – 8:20pm Welcome + Introduction (Confluence Ballroom)

Lane Walsh (EW Live Emcee)

Emerging Women: Connected Leadership for a New World

Chantal Pierrat (Founder/CEO of Emerging Women)

8:20 – 8:35pm Embodying Forest: Accessing Nature’s Creative Energy (Confluence Ballroom)

Clare Dubois (Founder, TreeSisters.org)

8:35-9:20pm A One Woman Riot (Confluence Ballroom)

MILCK (Musical Artist & Activist)


*Power Circles | 
During this time, attendees will join a group of 10 women to be led through a process for cultivating vulnerability, authentic sharing, conscious communication and deep connection – all which have become the ethos for Emerging Women. Our stories and perspectives are extremely potent when shared consciously and with purpose. It is our experience that being in circle with women in this way ignites the fire of creativity while creating a web of synergy and relationship that support us on our emerging path. Please be on time for the Power Circle program, as the process requires presence, and late comers may be disruptive.

 

October 6th, 2017
Morning Practices
7:00am – 7:45am Yoga for Life presented by Gaia (Platte River)

Colleen Saidman Yee (Author, Yoga for Life)

Mindfulness Meditation presented by Aetna (Curtis)

Cheryl Jones (Author + Director of Mindfulness, Aetna)

SoulSweat Dance (Lawrence)

Lucy Wallace (Founder, Dance 2B Free)

7:45am – 8:30am Breakfast (On your own)

Coaches Corner (Welton + McCourt)

1:1 coaching with leadership, executive, & lifestyle coaches

Main Stage Keynotes
8:30am – 9:00am Opening Remarks + Power Circle Experience (Confluence Ballroom)

Chantal Pierrat (Founder/CEO of Emerging Women)

9:00am – 9:15am
Civic Leadership: The Opportunity for Women to Step Up and Lead (Confluence Ballroom)

Donna Lynne (Lt. Governor of Colorado)

9:15am – 9:30am Graciousness to Self (Confluence Ballroom)

Colleen Abdoulah (Chair, World Pulse)
9:30am – 9:50am Worth It: Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms (Confluence Ballroom)

Amanda Steinberg (Founder, DailyWorth & WorthFM)

9:50am – 10:25am Mission-Driven Entrepreneurship and Investing In Change 

(Confluence Ballroom)

Shiza Shahid (Founder, The Malala Fund)

10:25am – 11:05am Women, Money, & Power: Owning our Financial Future (Confluence Ballroom)

Moderated by Colleen Abdoulah (Chair, World Pulse) w/panelists Shiza Shahid (Founder, The Malala Fund), Kristin Hull, (Founder, Nia Community Investment Fund) Amanda Steinberg (Founder, DailyWorth & WorthFM), Tracy Gray (Managing Director, The 22 Capital Group)

11:05am – 11:25am Break + Integration Practices

Yoga Every Day presented by Gaia (Platte)

Meditate and Integrate presented by Aetna  (Curtis)

Cheryl Jones (Author + Director of Mindfulness, Aetna)

Getting to the Yes: Mindset and Mission (Lawrence)

Sheevaun Moran  (Coach, Speaker + Author)

11:25am –11:45pm Interview 

The Catalyzing Force of High-Impact Collaboration (Confluence Ballroom)

Vicki Saunders (Founder, SheEO) and Theresa Gattung (Founder, My Food Bag)

Moderated by Chantal Pierrat (Founder/CEO, Emerging Women)

11:45am – 12:00pm What to do When Your Cosmic Egg is Cracked: A Mindful Leadership Journey (Confluence Ballroom)

Cheryl Jones (Author + Director of Mindfulness, Aetna)

12:00pm – 12:30pm Living a Committed Life (Confluence Ballroom)

Lynne Twist (Global Philanthropist, Author)

12:30pm – 2:00pm Lunch (included) + Power Circles (Lobby Level)
12:30pm – 1:00pm Book Signing (Teller)

Amanda Steinberg (Founder, DailyWorth & WorthFM)

Lynne Twist (Global Philanthropist, Author)

Cheryl Jones (Author + Director of Mindfulness, Aetna)

Session 1 Workshops (Choose one)
2:00pm – 3:00pm Energy Mastery for Health & Wealth (Confluence A)

Sheevaun Moran (Coach, Speaker + Author)


Women Rocking Business: 5 Steps to Leading Events that Change the World 
(Confluence B)

Sage Lavine (CEO, Women Rocking Business)


Worth It: Owning Your Money Story & Your Money Type (Platte River)

Amanda Steinberg (Founder, DailyWorth & WorthFM)

 

When to Stay, Go and Ask for What You Want (Lawrence)

Kathrin O’Sullivan  (Leadership and Development Manager, Google)

3:00pm – 3:30pm Break

Coaches Corner (Welton + McCourt)

1:1 coaching with leadership, executive, & lifestyle coaches

Session 2 Workshops (Choose one)
3:30pm – 4:30pm

 

Neurosculpting for Leadership in the Zone (Lawrence)

Lisa Wimberger (Founder, Neurosculpting Institute)


How To Not Die From Your Emotions: Finding Clarity and Courage Through Your Crazies 
(Confluence A)

LiYana Silver (Author, Feminine Genius)


Art of Presence: The Mindful Path of Leadership 
presented by Aetna  (Platte River)

Cheryl Jones (Author, Speaker + Director of Mindfulness, Aetna)


The Soul of Story: 
Speaking from Your HomeZone™ (Confluence B)

Gail Larsen (Author, Transformational Speaking)

Main Stage Keynotes
4:30pm – 5:00pm Break + Integration Practices

Yoga Every Day presented by Gaia (Platte)

Meditate and Integrate (Curtis)

Cheryl Jones (Author + Director of Mindfulness, Aetna)

Grounding Your Possibilities (Lawrence)

Caress Kiere (Energy Practitioner) and Alison Litchfield (Founder, Embody Shakti Yoga School)

Coaches Corner (Welton + McCourt)

1:1 coaching with leadership, executive, & lifestyle coaches

5:00pm – 5:45pm Radical Resonance™: Activate your Inner Superpower for Success (Confluence Ballroom)

Suzy Batiz (Founder/CEO, Poo~Pourri)

5:45pm – 6:30pm The Future of Love, Lust and Commitment (Confluence Ballroom)
Esther Perel (Author & Psychotherapist)
6:30pm-8:00pm Firewalk (Confluence Ballroom)

Awaken Your Inner Fire
HeatherAsh Amara (Author & Teacher)

8:15pm-9:30pm Dinner (On your own)

 

 

 

October 7th, 2017
Morning Practices
7:00am – 7:45am Slow Flow Yoga to Open up the Body presented by Gaia (Platte River)

Colleen Saidman Yee (Author, Yoga for Life)

Mindfulness Meditation presented by Aetna (Curtis)

Cheryl Jones (Author + Director of Mindfulness, Aetna)

SoulSweat Dance (Lawrence)

Julia Buonanno (SoulSweat Instructor)

7:45am – 8:30am Breakfast (On your own)

Coaches Corner (Welton + McCourt)

1:1 coaching with leadership, executive, & lifestyle coaches

Main Stage Keynotes
8:30am – 9:00am Opening Remarks + Power Circle Experience (Confluence Ballroom)

Chantal Pierrat (Founder/CEO of Emerging Women)

9:00am – 9:20am Feminine Genius: The Secret Ingredient for Women on the Rise (Confluence Ballroom)

LiYana Silver (Author, Feminine Genius)

9:20am – 9:35am Navigating the Workforce with Integrity, Voice, and Uncompromised Purpose (Confluence Ballroom)

M. Reese Everson (Author + CEO, B.A.B.E.S. in the Workplace)

9:35am – 10:05am Panel (Confluence Ballroom)

Tech Women Rising: Crushing the Gender Gap from Startup to Scale

Sandi Mays (EVP and CIO at Zayo Group), Bijal Shah (VP of Analytics, Ibotta), Chiara McPhee (co-founder of Bizzy recently acquired by SendGrid and the first female co-founders to ever be funded by Y-Combinator) and Katica Roy (Co-founder/CEO, Pipeline)

Moderated by Andrea Young (CEO, Colorado Technology Association) 

10:05am – 10:20am Break
10:20am – 10:40am The Power of Pause (Confluence Ballroom)

Rachael O’Meara (Author, Pause + Transformational Coach)

10:40am – 11:00pm Transformational Speaking: Speak a New Language so the World May Be a New World (Confluence Ballroom)

Gail Larsen (Author, Transformational Speaking)

11:00am – 11:30pm Panel (Confluence Ballroom)

The Future of Business: Creating Cultures Where Women (and Men!) Thrive

Chantal Pierrat (moderator) w/ panelists Farah Bernier (Head of Human Resources, Google Chrome), Grace Figueredo (Vice President of Workplace Culture and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Aetna), Liji Thomas (Former Senior Manager of Diversity and Inclusion for Southwest Airlines), Nikki Rivera (Head of Leadership and Key Talent Development, HP)

11:30am – 1:30pm Lunch (on your own)
11:45am – 12:30pm Coaching Circles: Session 1 (Augusta)
See EW App for details
11:45am – 12:30pm Labs (short experiential workshops)

The SheEO’s secret: Practicing Radical Generosity (Platte River)

Vicki Saunders (Founder, SheEO)

Bringing Your Best Self to Work: Success from a Platform of Deep Integrity 
(Lawrence)

Jenna Buffaloe (Executive Consultant + Coach)


Stand In Your Strength When It Matters Most
 (Curtis)

Nan Crawford (Presentation Coach)

12:35am – 1:20pm Coaching Circles: Session 2 (Augusta)
See EW App for details
12:35pm – 1:20pm Labs (short experiential workshops)


Leadership with Heart
(Curtis)

Amy Keller (Director of Education, Organic India


Let’s Talk Money. Investing it. Raising it. Strategies for Entrepreneurs AND Investors
 

Tracy Gray (Managing Director, The 22 Capital Group) and special guest Delilah Panio, Founder/CEO, Fortuna (Platte)


Women Reboot: Overcoming Challenges of Autoimmune, Stress and Anxiety
(Lawrence)

Dr. Jill Carnahan (Functional Medicine Doctor), Dr. Christopher Shade (CEO, Quicksilver Scientific)

Session 1 Workshops (Choose one)
1:30pm – 2:30pm Women Rocking Business: 5 Steps to Leading Events that Change the World (Confluence B)

Sage Lavine (CEO, Women Rocking Business)


Worth It: Owning Your Money Story & Your Money Types 
(Confluence A)

Amanda Steinberg (Founder, DailyWorth & WorthFM)


The Future of Love, Lust and Commitment
 (Platte River)

Esther Perel (Author & Psychotherapist)

 

When to Stay, Go and Ask for What You Want (Lawrence)


Kathrin O’Sullivan
  (Leadership and Development Manager, Google)

 

2:30pm-3:00pm Break

Coaches Corner (Welton + McCourt)

1:1 coaching with leadership, executive, & lifestyle coaches

Book Signing (Teller)

HeatherAsh Amara (Author & Teacher)

Esther Perel (Author & Psychotherapist)

Colleen Saidman Yee (Author, Yoga for Life)

Session 2 Workshops (Choose one)
3:00pm – 4:00pm Neurosculpting for Leadership in the Zone (Lawrence)

Lisa Wimberger (Founder, Neurosculpting Institute)


How To Not Die From Your Emotions: Finding Clarity and Courage Through Your Crazies 
(Confluence A)

LiYana Silver (Author, Feminine Genius)

Art of Presence: The Mindful Path of Leadership (Platte River)

Cheryl Jones (Author, Speaker + Director of Mindfulness @ Aetna)


The Soul of Story: 
Speaking from Your HomeZone™ (Confluence B)

Gail Larsen (Author, Transformational Speaking)

4:00pm-5:00pm Break

Coaches Corner (Welton + McCourt)

1:1 coaching with leadership, executive, & lifestyle coaches

Sister Stage (Lawrence)

Linda Newlin, Raquel Vasallo, Sage Hobbs, Myka McLaughlin
4:15pm – 4:45pm Break + Integration Practices

Yoga Every Day presented by Gaia (Platte River)

4:30pm – 4:45pm Break + Integration Practices

Meditate + Integrate presented by Aetna (Curtis)

Cheryl Jones (Author + Director of Mindfulness, Aetna)

Energy Integration (Teller)

Joule L’Adara (Founder, Sounding Circles)

Main Stage Keynotes
5:00pm – 5:30pm The Power of Leading with Love (Confluence Ballroom)

Alicia Garza (Co-founder of Black Lives Matter)

5:30pm – 6:00pm Panel (Confluence Ballroom)

Move the People: Women Leading Change through Politics, Community, and Social Movements

Alicia Garza (Co-founder of Black Lives Matter), Emmy Ruiz (Board Member, Annie’s List and Former Colorado Director of the Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign), Lynne Twist (Global Philanthropist and Founder of The Hunger Project), Deborah Greene (Founder, LiveaMoment and Director Our State of Peace Documentary Series)


Moderated by Chantal Pierrat (Founder/CEO, Emerging Women)
6:00pm – 7:15pm Break

Coaches Corner (Welton + McCourt)

1:1 coaching with leadership, executive, & lifestyle coaches

Sister Stage (Lawrence)

Linda Newlin, Rachel Nelms, Paula Williams, Sarah Marshank, Kori Carew, Susan Lipshutz

Book Signing (Teller)

Gail Larsen (Author, Transformational Speaking)

Rachael O’Meara (Author, Pause + Transformational Coach)

M. Reese Everson (Author + CEO, B.A.B.E.S. in the Workplace)

7:15pm – 8:45pm Dinner (Included) + Power Circles (Confluence Ballroom)
Main Stage Entertainment
8:45pm – 9:00pm Movement Integration (Confluence Ballroom)

Lucy Wallace (Founder, Dance 2B Free)

9:00pm – 11:00pm Dance Party (Confluence Ballroom)

DJ Sosan (Kelly Bearer) 

DJ Alyson Calagna

 

 

October 8th, 2017
8:00am – 9:30am Breakfast (On your own)

Coaches Corner (Welton + McCourt)

1:1 coaching with leadership, executive, & lifestyle coaches

Main Stage Keynotes
9:00am – 9:20am Opening Remarks (Confluence Ballroom)
Chantal Pierrat (Founder/CEO, Emerging Women)
9:20am – 9:25am Entertainment (Confluence Ballroom)

Jai Gobind (Founder, Eagle Star Yoga)

9:25am – 9:55am Gaia Keynote (Confluence Ballroom)

Becoming Intimate with Imperfection: Accessing Our Raw Truths Through Yoga and Meditation 

Colleen Saidman Yee (Author, Yoga for Life)

9:55am – 10:25am Panel (Confluence Ballroom)

The Business of Impact: Women Playing Big to Solve the World’s Problems

Lucy Wallace (Dance 2B Free), Clare Dubois (Tree Sisters), Barbara Alink (Inventor, Alinker)

Moderated by Vicki Saunders (Founder, SheEO)

10:25am – 10:40am Kindness Boomerang: How to Save the World and Yoursel(Confluence Ballroom)

Orly Wahba (Author, Kindness Boomerang

10:40am – 11:10am World Pulse Interview – Live From Pakistan (Confluence Ballroom)

Jensine Larson (Founder of World Pulse)

Sister Zeph (Educator, Activist & Entrepreneur)

11:10am – 11:20am Disconnecting from the Chaos to Reveal Certainty (Confluence Ballroom)
Sheevaun Moran (Founder, Energetic Solutions)
11:20pm – 12:00pm The Awakened Woman And the Sacred Hunger That Ignites Women’s Dream (Confluence Ballroom)

Dr. Tererai Trent (Author, Scholar, Humanitarian

12:00pm – 12:15pm Closing (Confluence Ballroom)

Chantal Pierrat (Founder/CEO, Emerging Women)

12:15pm – 12:30pm Entertainment (Confluence Ballroom)

Jai Gobind (Founder, Eagle Star Yoga)

12:30pm Book Signing (Teller)

Orly Wahba (Author, Kindness Boomerang)
Dr. Terarai Trent (Author, Scholar, Humanitarian)

Tech Women Rising: Crushing the Gender Gap from Startup to Scale

October 7th, 2017, 9:30AM Main Stage

In this panel moderated by the Colorado Technology Association’s CEO, Andrea Young, panelists Sandi Mays, EVP and CIO at Zayo Group, Bijal Shah, VP of Analytics of Ibotta, Chiara McPhee, co-founder of Bizzy (recently acquired by SendGrid and the first female co-founders to ever be funded by Y-Combinator) and Katica Roy, co-founder and CEO of Pipeline, will discuss “Tech Women Rising: Crushing the Gender Gap from Startup to Scale.”

It’s no secret that the odds are against females in business, and even more so, females in the tech industry. From pitching VCs, growing a startup, and landing leadership roles at mid-to-large sized companies, the numbers are grim:· Companies with a female founder accounted for only 3 percent of the total dollars raised by startups in 2016. (PitchBook)

  • Companies with a female founder accounted for only 3 percent of the total dollars raised by startups in 2016. (PitchBook)·
  • Women start companies at twice the rate of men, yet women comprise only 16 percent of tech founders. (Crunchbase)· Women made up 57 percent of professional occupations in the 2016 U.S. workforce but only 26 percent of professional computing occupations and 20 percent of Fortune 100 Chief Information Officer (CIO) positions were held by women. (National Center for Women in Technology)
  • Women made up 57 percent of professional occupations in the 2016 U.S. workforce but only 26 percent of professional computing occupations and 20 percent of Fortune 100 Chief Information Officer (CIO) positions were held by women. (National Center for Women in Technology)But statistics won’t stop driven women from pushing on and women are continuously making strides in the technology field. In fact, a study by First Round Capital found that female-founded startups are outperforming

But statistics won’t stop driven women from pushing on and women are continuously making strides in the technology field. In fact, a study by First Round Capital found that female-founded startups are outperforming startups with all-male teams and the Kauffman Foundation, released a study demonstrating that tech companies led by women are more capital-efficient and achieve, on average, a 35 percent higher ROI than firms led by men. Forbes found that women tech entrepreneurs (working from the disadvantage of having received 50 percent less VC funding), are still able to generate 20 percent greater revenue than their male counterparts.This panel of women entrepreneurs and technology leaders will cover important topics from their personal experiences as women in tech, like:

This panel of women entrepreneurs and technology leaders will cover important topics from their personal experiences as women in tech, like:

  • Is the outlook for women in tech as grim as it seems?· Why understanding and mitigating unconscious bias is critical in tech and a key differentiator for businesses.
  • Why understanding and mitigating unconscious bias is critical in tech and a key differentiator for businesses.· Advice for women who have skin in the game at each stage in the tech
  • Advice for women who have skin in the game at each stage in the tech life-cycle.
  • How can women continue to support one another to flip the numbers on their head?

Move the People: Women Leading Change through Politics, Community, and Social Movements

October 7th at 5:40 PM MT on the Main Stage

This panel is moderated by Emerging Women’s CEO Chantal Pierrat, and joined by Alicia Garza (Co-founder of Black Lives Matter), Emmy Ruiz (Board Member of Annie’s List and former Colorado Director of the Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign), Lynne Twist (global philanthropist and founder of The Hunger Project), and Deborah Greene (Founder LiveaMoment and Director Our State of Peace Documentary Series). We will discuss how women are leading change through mobilizing people around a cause to speak up and act.

As women we are very much in tune with the challenges and threats our world is facing today, our empathetic nature drives us to find solutions and many of us are filled with a strong passion for catalyzing change. But can we move fast enough? How big can we reach and how much impact can we have?

From non-profits to politics, from business to local community organizing, there are many ways women can influence the big change we want to see in the world and in this panel we will learn from the experts.

Here are some of the topics we will cover:

  • How does a “movement” get started? What is entailed in organizing and making sure the grassroots “heart” of the movement does not get usurped by groups who have different motives?
  • At the national level, women represent about 20% of the Senate and Congress. There are currently only 4 women holding titles of state Governor, and 25% of state legislatures are women. How can we get more women into office?
  • What are the key factors in mobilizing large groups – what is the position of the “leader” and what role does the “community” play?
  • How can we women lead more, influence more, and play bigger without burning out?
  • How can we leverage other organizations or ourselves as a group to be the most efficient in affecting change?

 


The Future of Business: Creating Cultures Where Women (and Men!) Thrive

October 7th, 2017, 10:45AM Main Stage

The Future of Business: Creating Cultures Where Women (and Men!) Thrive

This panel is moderated by Emerging Women’s CEO Chantal Pierrat, and joined by Farah Bernier (Head of Human Resources for Google Chrome), Grace Figueredo (Vice President, Workplace Culture, and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Aetna), Liji Thomas (Fformer Senior Manager, Diversity and Inclusion for Southwest Airlines), Nikki Rivera (Head of Leadership and Key Talent Development for HP).

Research shows that companies that have diverse representation on boards, in the C-Suite, and in upper management outperform their peers in terms of profits and shareholder value by as much as 40%. And yet at the current rate it will take another 44 years to close the pay gap, and another 150 years to see a 50/50 men to women ratio in leadership positions within corporations. How can we move faster to increase women’s leadership and contribution in critical areas where we need it the most?

Here are some of the topics we will cover:

  • The biggest issues holding women back from rising in leadership
  • The programs that are working and are having the biggest impact
  • Is Diversity enough? What is the role of Inclusion in this conversation?
  • The role of the corporation in developing inclusion and how will this have an impact on our communities and culture outside of work
  • What are the biggest challenges to organizations that want to create big cultural shifts?
  • How will corporations change with more women at the helm?
  • What does it mean to bring your Whole Self to Work? Are there things we should leave out of company culture?

 


Women, Power and Money: Owning Our Financial Future

October 6th, 2017, 10:25 AM MT Main Stage

This panel is moderated by Colleen Abdulah, and joined by Shiza Shahid (Co-Founder of the Malala Fund and CEO of NOW Ventures), Kristin Hull (Founder & CEO of Nia Global Solutions), Tracy Gray (Founder & Managing Director of the 22 Capital Group), Amanda Steinberg (Founder & CEO of WorthFM and The Daily Worth).

Women will be the recipients of the largest transfer of wealth in our nation’s history, with totals estimated at $13-$40 trillion going into the hands of women. With women controlling 85% of consumer spending, this represents a huge opportunity to affect change in our country and the world.

And yet, only 7% of VCs are women. While the number is slightly higher for women angel investors, the fact is that women investors are rare. The same trend can be found in the public markets – even though women outperform men in terms of returns, women invest less money.

This gap between women and men in investing is reflected in what companies get funded, and ultimately succeed.

Venture capitalists invested $58.2 billion in companies with all-male founders in 2016. Meanwhile, women received just $1.46 billion in VC money last year, according to data from M&A, private equity, and venture capital database PitchBook. That massive disparity is due both to the differences in the number of deals and the average deal size by gender.

Though the number of funded women founders increased from 2.5% in 2015 to 5% in 2016,  the trend is getting worse, the gap is widening, in terms of how much women are getting in relation to the total $ invested. (http://fortune.com/2017/03/13/female-founders-venture-capital/)

Here are some of the topics we will cover:

  • How can women use this wealth transfer to create new paradigms for power, success, and virtually every system we know?
  • Why are the trends so slow to change for women entrepreneurs? Is it because there are just not enough women entrepreneurs? Or are they not asking for money?
  • What is holding women back from becoming more involved in the management of their money?
  • What money mindsets are most helpful in being more actively involved in investing and managing money? Are there ones more specific for women?
  • What will the world look like when women receive and invest at a rate equal to men?

The Business of Impact: Women Playing Big to Solve the World’s Problems

October 8th, 2017, 10:30 AM MT Main Stage

This panel is moderated by Vicki Saunders (Founder of SheEO), and joined by Clare Dubois (Founder of Tree Sisters), Barbara Alink (Founder of  The Alinker, a SheEO Venture), and Lucy Wallace (Founder of Dance to Be Free)

In a study conducted by Merrill Lynch, 90% of the women surveyed responded that they were interested in investing in companies that had a positive impact on the world. Women entrepreneurs are also more likely to reinvest their profits into their family, education and community (Forbes). From climate change to poverty to social injustice, women are stepping up to lead and create businesses that provide solutions to some of the world’s toughest issues. Meet four women who are creating new paradigms for addressing old problems, and how they rely on feminine values such as connection, embodiment, intuition and empathy to propel their organizations forward.

We will hear from each of these women and their particular initiatives, and how we as a community can become involved.

In addition, we will cover such topics as:

  • What are the biggest challenges to running your impact organization?
  • How do you measure impact?
  • What do you need to take your business to the next level?
  • How do you involve outside stakeholders in your business?
  • How do you enlist the support of your communities to help you grow?

Workshops

Workshops are offered both Friday and Saturday. All workshops are included in the registration fee. Stay tuned for more information when we announce our EWLive17 workshops!

Workshops
Amanda Steinberg Worth It: Owning Your Money Story & Your MoneyType®

By the year 2030, women will control 3x as much wealth as we do today. As we become investment decision makers and stewards of significant sums of money, we will have a much greater influence on what society deems important. Learn how your personal money story and MoneyType® shape how you manage money. This insight will transform your relationship to money, moving it from a source of anxiety and stress to a symbol of freedom and choice in how we prosper, personally and globally.

Lisa Wimberger Neurosculpting for Leadership in the Zone

Great leadership takes a high level of big picture thinking, emotional regulation, empathy and problem solving skills in order to be in the zone. Certain common brain dynamics can make or break our ability to access these attributes. Learn to identify and harness the brain dynamics of the zone. Discover how Neurosculpting® practices create a self-directed flow state so natural leadership emerges from the inside out.

LiYana Silver How To Not Die From Your Emotions: Finding Clarity and Courage Through Your Crazies

With coach and author LiYana Silver (and some fierce grace) learn how to work with, rather than against, even the toughest of your feelings — instead of achieving, smoking, drinking, eating, or purging them away. Discover the hidden messages in each emotion so you can stay in your body and speak your truth even in scary, difficult conversations. Come and mine your uglies and untouchables for pure gold.
Esther Perel The Future of Love, Lust and Commitment

A conversation with Esther Perel on the paradoxes of modern relationships and how to create thriving connections. The quality of our relationships determines the quality of our lives. Yet expectations and social norms are quickly shifting beneath our feet. Join renowned couples therapist Esther Perel for a conversation on the paradoxes of modern relationships and how to create thriving connections.

Sheevaun Moran
Energy Mastery for Health and Wealth

Living an Epic life is a powerful experience that can be either enhanced or diminished by the energy we create around us. Why? Because energy is everything. Learning to harness the valuable energy within us is the key to longevity and prosperity. Join Sheevaun Moran for this life-changing energetic experience. Discover tools to generate energy that serves both your bank account and your health.

Gail Larsen The Soul of Story: Speaking from Your HomeZone™

Bust the myth about public speaking that suggests that speaking is a natural talent you either have or you don’t.  Own your story and open to the discovery of your way to most powerfully express what you most care about to enliven your life and your speaking and make a difference in our world. Come prepared to express, to play, and to experience Gail’s in-the-moment coaching as you witness first-hand why story is our best way to open hearts and inspire change.

Sage Lavine Women Rocking Business: 5 Steps to Leading Events that Change the World

  • Master the steps to create LIVE and ONLINE events that truly change lives … make great money & a big difference.
  • Discover the secrets to fill and lead live & online events that generate 50K+ of income or more… even if you’re BRAND NEW in business.
  • Launch your MOVEMENT, build a community and create a scalable business that allows you to work 12 days a month or less.
Cheryl Jones The Art of Presence: The Mindful Path of Leadership

Mindful leadership involves engaging with your work skillfully in the moment. Discover what mindfulness is, how to practice it, and what the benefits are. Learn how to create personal well-being and transform workplace culture, one conversation at a time. Explore how to bring presence to your interactions, the importance of building trust within yourself, and how to cultivate a sense of meaningful connection at work.

 Kathrin O’Sullivan When to Stay, Go and Ask for What You Want

Are you looking to make a significant change, but you are not quite sure how? Are you caught in a difficult situation and can’t seem to find a way out? In this lab, we are going to experiment with a variety of tools that can help you access your intuition and shift your current perspective. Exploring your inner alignment, we will invite in new possibilities and identify next steps to help you move forward.

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Nan Crawford Stand In Your Strength When It Matter Most

How to connect to your authenticity and your audience for high-stakes Presentations. Whether you’re a project manager, business owner or in the C-suite, persuasive presentation skills are vital to your success. Learn powerful tools to focus your mindset and sharpen your delivery.
Vicki Saunders

The SheEO’s secret: Practicing Radical Generosity

You have all that you need to be successful. All you have to do is ask. That’s where people usually get stuck. This dynamic workshop will give you tools to clarify your immediate needs, ask for support from the group and set you on a path to leave Emerging Women way more connected than you thought you’d ever be. We’ll do 1-minute brainstorms on participants needs and connect you in ways you never thought possible.

Amy Keller Leadership with Heart

What do courage, surrender, self-awareness and epigenetics have to do with leadership?  We hear a lot of buzz words new to this generation of leadership; open-mindedness, positive thinking, authenticity and compassion, but where is the how? Together we will explore ways to uncover your heart-centered leadership skills, and how this benefits your organization, your family, your communities and most importantly YOU.

Tracy Gray Let’s Talk Money. Investing it. Raising it. Strategies for Entrepreneurs AND Investors with special guest Delilah Panio, Founder/CEO Fortuna

This lab is aimed at both women investors and entrepreneurs – each needs to understand the other to be successful. In the mainstream investing and entrepreneurship ecosystems, the investor and business owner can feel that their relationship is more adversarial but women need not mimic this behavior. Knowing what it takes to both invest and raise can help investors and entrepreneurs move towards partnership. Come learn some strategies that will grow businesses and bank accounts!

Jenna Buffaloe Bringing Your Best Self to Work: Success from a Platform of Deep Integrity

We all contain many versions of ourselves packed into this one character we call “me.” When things are hard, which version do you send in to handle the situation? If we don’t plan for this, we can default to an unconscious, reactive version that can make things worse. Come discover your Best Self, the one you truly are and are meant to be, and see what a difference it makes to send Her to face your most difficult situations.

Dr. Jill Carnahan and

Dr. Christopher Shade

Quicksilver – Women’s Detox Reboot: Clearing the Way to Overcome Challenges of Immunity, Stress and Anxiety

Environmental toxicity is the “elephant in the room” in women’s health.  While much time is spent using pharmaceuticals to balance hormones and stabilize mood, practitioners often fail to recognize toxic burden as a primary driver of health issues.  Toxins can be potent endocrine disruptors and create a fight-or-flight state in the nervous system. Learn new science behind detoxification and explore how to use food, supplements, and lifestyle to “clear the way” to stable metabolism, hormones, and mood.

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