Beth Brooke, Global Chair at Ernst & Young will serve as the business keynote speaker at the 14th Annual Women’s Business Conference, Thursday, September 3 at the Sheraton Dallas, 400 Olive St., Dallas.
Brooke is Global Vice Chair of Public Policy, Sustainability and Stakeholder Engagement at Ernst & Young and is a member of the firm’s Global Management Group and a member of its Americas Executive Board. Beth has policy responsibility for the firm’s operations in 140 countries and interacts frequently with regulators, policymakers, and capital market stakeholders. Beth has been named for the third year in a row by Forbes Magazine as one of the world’s “100 Most Powerful Women.”
The Conference is a day long event that focuses on professional development and networking opportunities for businesswomen and men at all levels in their careers.
Last year’s conference attracted more than 1,700 attendees and featured keynote speakers Sarah Ferguson, The Duchess of York, Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Walsh, Major General (ret.) Mary Saunders, and Drum Café. Topics included leadership, surviving in a global economy, networking, brain health, and work relationships.
Early bird registration is $125 for Chamber member companies and $150 for non-Chamber member companies. Early bird registration rates are in effect through June 1, 2009.
Jackson Walker L.L.P. is the platinum sponsor of the 2009 Women’s Business Conference. Corporate sponsorships are still available. Click here to make reservations for the conference on line. For more information, please contact Kimberly Sims at 214-746-6728 or via e-mail email@example.com.