Join the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce for the Women Empowering Leadership & Learning (WELL) Conference. After two years of virtual programming, we are excited to bring the WELL Conference back in person for 2022! This event will highlight a powerful fireside chat speaker and panel who will share their stories of what WELLness truly means. The WELL Cohort program, sponsored by Accenture, will unveil their findings following their 6-month-long dedication to supporting a San Franciscan, women-owned, small business. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with an elite selection of the San Francisco business community and gain insights into how they can empower themselves and their colleagues to create a more equitable San Francisco.
2022 WELL Conference Guest Speakers:
Liz Fosslien, Head of Content and Communications at Humu, and Co-Author and Illustrator of the best-selling book Big Feelings and the Wall Street Journal Best-seller No Hard Feelings
Tracy D. Lawrence, MD, MBA, FACC, Medical Director, Premier Accounts, Commercial Health Solutions, Blue Shield of California
Naima McQueen, Executive Director of Alliance for Community Development
Leah Pimentel, Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI) and Culture, and Co-Director of the UCSF School of Medicine’s Differences Matter, UCSF Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care.
Moderated by: Katy Brown, Vice President of Enterprise Sales, Software and Digital Platforms, Microsoft
Moderated by: Katy Brown, Vice President of Enterprise Sales, Software and Digital Platforms,Microsoft
Special Update from the Inaugural WELL Cohort Program Presented by Accenture:
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