Women’s Empowerment Summit
Women still make up a small share of top leadership jobs in politics and business according to the Pew Research Center. CLLI launched the Central Valley Women’s Empowerment Summit Program in 2016 to address Central Valley women’ issues with gender gaps, career barriers and prospected for the future.
The Central Valley Women’s Empowerment Summit Program provides knowledge about resources and networking opportunities for a cross section of women participants by age, culture and interest including college students, small business owners, nonprofit leaders, community leaders and elected officials to succeed and improve their lives.
Each Summit is FREE to attend and has an expected attendance of 80-100 participants. The one-day Saturday program is broken into a networking breakfast, three morning sessions and a distinguished woman leader(s) awards luncheon.
The Summit’s one-day program is broken into three morning sessions and an awards luncheon. CLLI’s partnership with Californians for Energy Independence is presenting, “Careers in Energy Initiative” breakfast that will inspire high school and college women for a future career in STEM with in the energy industry. Morning sessions will include keynote speakers presenting factual data on gender research, career advancement, industry leaders, trends and data. Following the morning sessions, a formal luncheon program highlights distinguished woman industry leaders as role models of success.
Details of each summit will post after January 1, 2019.