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Claremont Women’s Leadership Conference set for Friday

Women seeking personal and professional growth need look no further than their own backyard. Claremont Lincoln University presents the Claremont Chamber of Commerce Women’s Leadership Conference on Friday, March 6 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Claremont.

The conference is aimed at inspiring, motivating, and educating women in their own lives.  Attendees will enjoy live presentations from notable speakers as well as a continental breakfast and lunch.

All are welcomed and encouraged to attend, the event is not limited to chamber members.

Author and businesswoman Lori Giovannoni will be the keynote speaker and conference facilitator, speaking to the hidden rules of success. The award-winning speaker’s presentation will be an investigation into the business culture that will change the way you look at your leadership skills and personal success from here on out. As the Dean of Executive Women International’s Academy of Leadership, Ms. Giovannoni has designed and developed all the courses that comprise the Academy of Leadership.

Also speaking will be personal brand and image consultant JuliAnn Stitick, as well as author and professor, Dr. Peg Lamphier.

As a trusted image advisor for top level entrepreneurs globally and organizations crossing every industry, including the Oscars, the Golden Globes, Disney, Nordstrom and Lexus, Ms. Stitick will address the topics of personal branding, encompassing communication skills, body language, presentation, wardrobing, client experience, organization and follow-up. 

Dr. Peg Lamphier is a professor at Cal Poly Pomona whose first book about politics and gender during the Civil War was published in 2003. Dr. Lamphier will speak about the now iconic “Rosie the Riveter” campaign that encourages working women to think of themselves as positive and respectable. She will also discuss the changing roles and stereotypes for American women during the 1940’s, as well as the shifting meanings of “Rosie” iconography in the ensuing decades.

The event will be held DoubleTree by Hilton Claremont located at 555 W. Foothill Boulevard, Claremont from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with registration beginning at 8:30 a.m.

Business casual attire is recommended for attendees.

Tickets are $100 per person and available for purchase through Wednesday, March 4. You can register online at www.claremonthamber.org or by calling the Claremont Chamber of Commerce at (909) 624-1681.

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—Angela Bailey

news@claremont-courier.com

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