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The Women’s Festival is coming up on February 8th, 2013 and offers you a unique opportunity to network with powerful women in leadership roles, and gain renewed sense of the importance of education and women empowerment. Women leadership is a key focus of this February festival, and many say it is the best networking event Santa Barbara offers. Help empower women at this Santa Barbara festivalhttp://www.womensfestivals.org
- TWITTER: Tweet, tweet. Let’s rock these 140 characters.
Write about your love for the festivals, your involvement, and where you’ll be February 8th, 2013! Need a place to start?
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Connect with women who are changing the world. Building a Better Future for Women and the World Feb 8th in #santabarbara. Register: http://ow.ly/8RTDB #womensfestivals
- BLOGS, EMAIL, NEWSLETTERS and WEBSITES: Let’s partner and cross-promote!
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The Biggest Networking Event Santa Barbara Offers All Year: February 8th, 2013
6th Annual Women’s Festival—Empowering Leadership, Fostering Education and Women Empowerment
Meet Powerful Women In Leadership Roles at the Women’s Festival On February 8th
On February 8th, 2013, Santa Barbara, CA, you will have a rare Santa Barbara networking opportunity with powerful women in business. If you are interested in learning about the importance of education and women empowerment, you do not want to miss this unique Santa Barbara festival that seeks to empower women and celebrate Women’s History month.
The Women’s Festival is one of the only events in Santa Barbara that offers a unique opportunity to network with women in leadership roles from a wide range of backgrounds. The Women’s Festivals are the premier gathering of women seeking to empower themselves by connecting with the tools and resources they need to flourish and prosper in all aspects of their busy lives. Attendees help further the celebratory momentum behind Women’s History Month and address the crucial issues facing women today in an interactive, multi-cultural, and entertaining format—providing fertile ground for networking, referrals, and resource sharing.
If you live in the local area, you will have a unique opportunity to meet powerful women business leaders, and influential owners of Santa Barbara companies. You will leave with a renewed sense of the importance of education and women empowerment. Women leadership is a key focus of this festival, and many say it is the best networking event Santa Barbara offers. Come help empower women at the 6th Annual Women’s festival. No other Santa Barbara festival gets you up close and personal with inspirational leaders from the arts, local non-profits and thriving businesses.
A talented team of well-connected men and women have joined forces to produce the 2013 Women’s Festivals in Santa Barbara, California. Founding non-profit organizations include the National Association of Women Business Owners, SCORE, Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara, Girls Inc. of Carpinteria, Future Women CEO’s, Women’s Economic Ventures, GOLD, the Women’s Foundation of California, the Weidemann Foundation, the Profant Foundation for the Arts and Santa Barbara Chamber Commerce – all joining forces in a common goal of empowering women through educational and enlightening discussions led by renowned speakers and authors.
According to Founder Patty DeDominic, “We invite you to be up close and personal with inspirational leaders from the arts, important community organizations and business in beautiful Santa Barbara to help you create a Rich and Fulfilling life.”
The Women’s Festival seeks to benefit and encourage non-profit organizations specifically concerned with women leadership, e.g., NAWBO, Girls Inc., etc. The Women’s Festivals will celebrate the accomplishments and nurture the dreams of women in an interactive, multi-cultural, and multi-tracked format focusing on the five critical areas of women’s lives: Personal, Professional, Philanthropic, Political, and Planet— otherwise known as the “5 Ps.”
The festival mission statement is to further the celebratory momentum behind Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, which is always on March 8th.
2013 Festival Theme: Health, Wealth, and Soul
- Better future relationships
- Building a better world through philanthropy
- Building better businesses – Skills for Success
- Better health
- Better planet – smarter, sustainable, and green
- Working with young women, future leaders, building self-sufficiency
- Looking at past role models to find lessons for the future
People from throughout the world will attend the California Women’s Festival on February 8th, 2013 at the Bacara Hotel, located in beautiful Santa Barbara, California. The Santa Barbara festival will include a professional business expo, awards program, and educational and enlightening discussions led by renowned speakers and authors. For further information about how you can help empower women and meet women in leadership roles at the biggest networking event Santa Barbara has to offer for 2013, please visit the site at http://www.WomensFestivals.org or firstname.lastname@example.org
Empowering Women in Leadership Roles at the Biggest Santa Barbara Festival of the Year