Even amid disruption and unknowns, the principles of business with purpose and conscious leadership remain the same. As awareness grows of the need for new ways to approach business to shape the economic future, so too does the vital necessity to grow the influence of women’s perspectives in leadership roles within companies.
Join the second annual Women Leading Regeneration Summit to hear from women leaders as they come together for conversation around healing broken systems, investing in women founders and building diverse and inclusive networks to support women, communities, businesses and the planet.
Originally slated to take place in person April 28-29, in Austin, Texas, this year’s Women Leading Regeneration Summit, produced by At the Epicenter, has pivoted to be an online face-to-face gathering on April 28-29 without changing the A-list speakers originally slated for Austin.
Each day of the summit will feature keynote speakers, panel discussions with industry leaders, Q and As and regenerative slams in addition to “speed dating” sessions for one-on-one meetings, breakout sessions with discussion leaders and more. In this thoughtful and engaging online gathering you’ll forget that you’re not in the same room with all of the summit’s amazing participants and speakers.
“At the Epicenter is offering a different set of considerations in the Women Leading Regeneration online face-to-face gathering. Amazing women are gifting their time to build a rich conversation around a shared vision for action. As women in business, academia, agriculture and civic service, we gather to hear from one another, share perspectives, and to speak to how to enrich business performance as we build impact beyond the bottom line,” said Seleyn DeYarus, founder and executive director at At the Epicenter.
“We have much to contribute in healing the many broken systems in our world, which have become more evident in the face of the global pandemic.”
Keynote speakers include Tina Owens, senior director of food and agriculture impact at Danone North America, and Stephanie Ship, PhD, who heads up operations and planning at Dell Technologies Services Portfolio Management. A shorter format keynote will be led by Reem Hassani, co-founder and chief brand officer and artist at Numi Organic Tea; and author and activist Robyn O’Brien, co-founder of rePlant Capital.
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Source: At the Epicenter