Jillian Michaels, Giuliana Rancic And Lisa Nichols Join Doreen Rainey In Creating A “RADICAL Revolution” For Women At The “5Th Annual Get RADICAL Women’s Conference”
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The 5(th)Annual “Get RADICAL Women’s Conference” founded by Doreen Rainey, takes place Friday, March 22 through Sunday, March 24 at the Hyatt Regency, Reston, VA (Washington, D.C.). The empowerment event features general and breakout sessions, and a special awards ceremony to help women become more confident, assertive and focused to achieve their self-defined goals, while experiencing joy, fulfillment, self-love and peace of mind.
Rainey has brought in a powerhouse line-up of RADICAL women armed and ready to share their challenges and successes. Giuliana Rancic, of E! News and Giuliana & Bill shares her story of trying to start a family and being diagnosed with cancer. Jillian Michaels, trainer on NBC’s The Biggest Loser, gives wellness strategies for balancing career and motherhood. Lisa Nichols, author of No Matter What, shares her formula to overcome setbacks. Judy Smith, crisis manager and inspiration for the “Olivia Pope” character on the ABC Television series, Scandal, will give insight in managing personal and career crisis. Farnoosh Torabi, author of Psych Yourself Rich, shows how financial security is tied to your relationship with money and Angela Jia Kim, founder of Om Aroma & Savor Spa, talks about her journey to a million dollar business. Liz Haesler, VP of Best Buy, shares leadership qualities needed to excel in today’s business world.
“We are thrilled to be the presenting sponsor of the Get Radical Conference this year,” said Liz Haesler, VP Best Buy. “As the leader of ‘Best Buy’s Women’s Leadership Forum,’ I see firsthand the great things that can happen when we challenge employees to set big business, career and personal goals. I’m so excited to connect with the incredible women at ‘Get Radical’ as they look to do the same. We truly share this passion and commitment.”
Additionally, Morgan State University will offer four tuition scholarships to the AACSB accredited Morgan MBA Program to eligible conference attendees. The event’s media partner is WTOP Radio.
For information, award nominations submissions and to register for the 2013 Get RADICAL Conference, please visit www.getradicalconference.com.
President, Empowering Moments, LLC
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