Prince William Women’s Leadership Conference Continues Tradition of Empowering Education by Asking Attendees, “What’s Your Story?”

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Provided by Prince William Chamber of Commerce

Kristina Bouweiri is the Keynote Speaker for the 5th Annual Prince William Women’s Leadership Conference.

Kristina Bouweiri is the Keynote Speaker for the 5th Annual Prince William Women’s Leadership Conference.

“Year after year, what we hear from attendees is that they leave the conference feeling empowered,” says Chamber President & CEO Debbie Jones. “Women attend this conference representing a variety of industries and a variety of positions within their organizations. The committee always puts together a program that proves beneficial whether you are attending with the perspective of an executive looking to improve your organization, or an individual looking to better manage your own quality of life.”

The Prince William Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the 5th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference on February 9 at the new Regional Center for Workforce Development and Training, located on the Woodbridge Campus of Northern Virginia Community College-2645 College Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22191. PWL The conference begins at 8:30 a.m.and ends at 3:00 p.m. Admission is $70 for members of the Prince William Chamber, $90 for non-members and includes both a light breakfast and lunch.

The theme for the 2016 Women’s Leadership Conference is “What’s Your Story?” The women in attendance will be encouraged to explore the value of sharing their own story for the benefit of others. Leading the way is Keynote Speaker Kristina Bouweiri, President, CEO and Sole Owner of Reston Limousine. Her story involves using her experiences taking the once-small Reston Limousine to a major transportation company, nationally ranked in size and operations. She oversees growth strategy of the 170+ vehicle company from corporate facilities on three acres in the Dulles corridor of Northern Virginia. As a woman in a traditionally male-dominated industry, Bouweiri has developed a commitment to supporting other women entrepreneurs. She is the founder of the monthly networking luncheon Sterling Women and the annual Virginia Women’s Business Conference – two programs that have helped hundreds of women entrepreneurs and executives achieve their professional goals.

Each of the speakers for the 2016 Women’s Leadership Conference has been selected because of the unique story they have to tell, adding to the empowering air of the conference. Workshop topics and speakers include “Personal Wealth” with Cheryl Fields, “Rocket Fuel for Your Organization” with Amy Riccardi and “Reaching Your Vision of Productivity” with Nicole Chamblin. The conference agenda is available online at pwchamber.org/events/tradeshows-conferences/womensconference/wlc-agenda/.

Join the women of the Prince William Chamber for a day of powerful presentations and inspirational workshops, at the 5th annual Prince William Women’s Leadership Conference. The crown jewel of our Women’s Leadership Series, the conference provides connections and inspiration for female leaders in Northern Virginia. Network in the exhibit area, attend workshops and hear from powerful speakers, all in Prince William County’s newest workforce development and conference center. Visit PWchamber.org/womensconference for complete details and to register. This event is open to any woman living or working in Northern Virginia. The Hilton Garden Inn-Woodbridge is offering a special rate for conference attendees wishing to stay close by. Call 703-590-2500 and mention that you are attending the Prince William Chamber’s Women’s Leadership Conference to get the deal.

Sponsors for the Women’s Leadership Conference include: Women’s Leadership Series Sponsor MTCI-Management and Training Consultants, Inc.; Speaker Sponsor Vanderpool, Frostick & Nishanian, PC; Community Outreach Sponsor Novant Health; and Media Partners Prince William Living and The Prince William Times/Gainesville Times.

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