Professional Businesswomen of California (PBWC)
21st Annual San Francisco Conference
Mark your calendar for the largest gathering of professional businesswomen at the PBWC conference. The nationally recognized annual conference is PBWC's main forum for women leaders to mentor and role model, foster upward mobility and gain an instant access to a large network of other professionals.
It brings together thousands of women from all industry sectors across California for integrated leadership training, networking and examining ways to increase women's value to business. PBWC's annual conference provides a unique platform for thousands of professional businesswomen across California to network with women in other industries and gain insights from the most inspiring business and motivational speakers to help women achieve success and leadership in the workplace.
PBWC is pleased to announce the 2010 Conference Schedule, featuring the most provocative and sought-after business speakers in the country, hosting rare small-group seminars and workshops. Register today to receive special advance pricing!
The PBWC exists to promote career momentum and open access to a large network of leading business professionals in California and beyond. The mission of PBWC is to provide a forum in which businesswomen from all industries and of all levels can share their wisdom and experience, ignite new thinking, move confidently in the direction of their dreams, fulfill their potential and live remarkable lives. Professional BusinessWomen of California (PBWC) was founded in 1989 by United States Congresswoman Jackie Speier. The spark for its creation was lit by the overwhelming response to a Women's Day for San Mateo County Women event led by Speier in 1988.
Tuesday, May 11 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Moscone Center, San Francisco
About Ann Barlow
As a partner and president of Peppercom's west coast operations, Ann is responsible for helping to set agency direction, grow the business, create new offerings, service clients and manage teams. In 2005 she led the founding of GreenPepper, Peppercom's environmental sustainability offering.
A graduate of the University of Illinois, Ann has been published in a wide range of publications on topics ranging from sustainability strategies to rebranding. She was recently named one of the Bay Area's Most Influential Women by the San Francisco Business Times. Ann lives in San Ramon, Calif., with her husband, two teenage children and two spoiled beagles.
For more information about Peppercom go to www.peppercom.com