Friday, February 06, 2009

stanford: Invent Your Future Conference for Women

feb 6th, 2009

first of two conferences for women entrepreneurs.


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Cokie Roberts and Rachel Maddow to headline the 
3rd Annual Invent Your Future Conference for Women 

March 31-April 1, 2009

Santa Clara Convention Center -- free parking!

"Innovation & Leadership: Breakthrough Strategies for Uncertain Times"


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Dear Denise,


No matter what stage you are in your career, you can glean tips for success from two pioneers who have transformed the highly competitive, fast-paced world of media with bold ideas and innovative approaches.


Invent Your Future is pleased to announce keynote presentations by Cokie Roberts and Rachel Maddow.



   Cokie Roberts is a veteran news analyst for NPR and ABC. In her more than thirty years in broadcasting, she has covered Congress, politics, and public policy and won countless awards. She will share her views on the changing role of women as captured in a new edition of her book, We Are Our Mother's Daughters.


   Rachel Maddow is the host of "The Rachel Maddow Show" on MSNBC. With an average of 1.9 million viewers a night, her fresh voice and intelligence have set new standards for women and credibility in the media. Come hear about Rachel's journey from Stanford and Oxford to activism, radio, and TV, and how she upholds the show's motto: "mind over chatter."   


The Invent Your Future Conference for Women is bringing you a program full of fresh voices and perspectives on leadership, career advancement, entrepreneurship, and lifestyle issues which are even more urgent in these turbulent times.


Make a commitment to re-energize your career and register for the conference today!



Ruth Stergiou

CEO and Co-Founder 



1 comment:

indian_indian said...

Rachel Maddow is the US version of Barkha Dutt -- a wee bit more personable though.