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Keynote Speaker Sponsor
Modern Manners & More
Chiara Riggs Sill
Session 2-03 (Room: M)
Chiara has 15 years of experience in high-profile event planning and etiquette consulting that has spanned between San Francisco and Sydney. Etiquette has been her lifelong passion, first instilled by family then cemented by an education at Vanderbilt University and the renowned Swiss Institut Villa Pierrefeu finishing school. Chiara believes in the subtle art of style and grace, and imparting the confidence to go anywhere and interact with anyone. She teaches etiquette for the modern world because good manners never go out of style.”
Financial Matters For Women
Bank of America Presented Session
Session 2-06 (Room: D)
Let’s talk about women’s health and the mind-body connection
Kaiser Sponsored Session
Session 3-04 (Room: A)
Join Kaiser Permanente physicians and clinicians to discuss the strong connection between our minds and bodies. Women are taking on more responsibilities than ever both at work and at home. Stress, anxiety, and trauma often manifest themselves with physical symptoms. We’ll explore the connection and how we can recognize it within ourselves.
Dana M. Holwitt, MD, FACS
Busting the Myths Surrounding Breast Cancer
Session 1-04 (Room: TDB)
Session Sponsored by Community Health System
Join the Central California Women’s Conference as we open up with four, fierce, fearless females making a difference in the Central Valley!
Lucio Aguilar, MS, LMFT
Interpersonal Relationships, Beyond Inspiration, Motivation and Self Actualization
Session 3-05 (Room: TBD)
This CCWC Session will explore the topic of inspiration as a tool for individual and group motivation and its role beyond working toward achieving self-actualization.
Session 3-07 (Room: TBD)
Women Business Owners Keys to Success
Session 3-06 (Room: TBD)
Lights, Camera, Take Action: 5 Ways to become the Maven of your Midlife
Session 3-03 (Room: TBD)
Midlife should be YOUR Time. It’s a reflection point.
Many midlife women want more out of the second half of their life and experience a light-bulb moment. These midlife mavens want to pursue fulfillment and feel vital in their communities and careers. They want something bigger – sound familiar?
Denyse specializes in midlife career transitions. With her own private practice and podcast (Midlife at the Mailbox), she hears a lot about women’s needs in midlife and helps them to take action.
Join her session to hear about midlife trends and 5 ways that you can become the maven of your midlife.
Session 3-02 (Room: TBD)
Corporal Meredith Alexander
Situational Awareness/Personal Safety
Session 3-01 (Room: TBD)
Goal Setting with Lululemon
Session 2-07 (Room: TBD)
Dr. Teresa Daniele
Session 2-05 (Room: TDB)
Presented by UCSF/CCFMG
Dr. Anshu Varma
“Me” times with Morning Coffee, Afternoon Tea, and Evening
Session 2-02 (Room: TBD)
Sponsored By Community Health Center
Change: The Key to Our Potential
Session 2-01 (Room: TBD)
Change, voluntary or involuntary, is stressful but inevitable: moving to a new city, leaving an unhappy relationship, getting sick, or launching a new career are just a few common, but stressful changes many of us will face. Tackling change with courage is crucial to leading a happy and healthy life. Through many firsts and deep transformations reflected in her memoir, Isidra Mencos has mastered saying YES to change and will help you manage the inevitable changes that will mark your life, with less stress.
“Keys to Homeowership”
Session 1-07 (Room: TBD)
Join Real Estate professionals to learn more about the steps to homeownership.
Saint Agnes Sponsored Session
Session 1-06 (Room: TBD)
Tina Vartikian – Williams
Session 1-05 (Room: TBD)
Breaking The Generational Ties of Diet Culture
Session 1-03 (Room: TBD)
Teaching women how to navigate the conversation within themselves so that they may empower their own children around food, weight and body image without the lens of diet culture. In this breakout session you will be given the language and tools to break the cycle of restrictive dieting practices which promote foods as “good” and “bad” and instead support you and your child in having a healthy relationship with food, weight and enhanced self-esteem.
Great Sex in a Stressful World
Session 1-02 (Room: TBD)
Decreased libido and painful sex are common complaints of menopausal women and those who are chronically stressed.
In this discussion we will explore our amazing sexual anatomy: Meet the clitoris –it’s purpose is only pleasure! We’ll explore desire and how we can increase it. We will see how chronic stress impacts our sexual responses, and how to decrease the impact of stress on our sex lives. We will also discuss physical barriers to good sex, including treatments for pain, dryness, and low libido.
We will discover how receiving pleasure benefits ourselves, our relationship and ultimately the entire family.
Decreased libido and painful sex are common complaints of menopausal women and those who are chronically stressed. In this
The Mindset of Authentic Confidence
Session 1-01 (Room: TBD)
You already have it – it’s hardwired into your DNA.
But sometimes, our confidence gets hidden under the weight of society’s expectations, others’ comments and opinions, people-pleasing, staying in the safe zone, seeing failure as, well, failure, and in the unkind and downright awful things we say to ourselves.
It’s time to uncover that confident, ballsy person who tries new things, learns from mistakes, speaks and thinks good and affirming words, and takes the leading role in your own life.
In this workshop you will learn strategies to rewire your thoughts and self-talk as you accept, forgive, and love YOU.
After Party Keynote
HONORS AND AWARDS:
2021 BEST OF THE FEST SHOW with Jay Leno- Burbank Comedy Festival
2019 CHAMPION 40th Annual Seattle International Comedy Competition
2018 WINNER Boston Comedy Festival – FIRST WOMAN TO EVER WIN IT!
2016 GRAND SLAM CHAMPION STORYTELLER of Truth Be Told
Norton tours nationally headlining clubs, festivals, conferences and events doing Standup Comedy and Keynote Speaking. Nancy has also toured internationally on several USO tours entertaining the troops in Europe, Asia, Iceland and the Pacific.
Nancy draws material from everyday life experiences such as growing up in a big Ozark family, the 4th of 3 wanted children, working as a Registered Nurse, spending months in Nepal adopting her son and then being a single “Stay AWAY from home mom.”
Nancy Norton lives in Colorado and balances comedy, speaking, and workshops with producing shows and podcasts while being a single mom to her active and creative teenage son. Nancy adopted her son as an infant in Kathmandu in 2005 – a magical journey that would not have had a happy ending without the help of healthcare and humor.
Survive and Thrive with Fitness!
Session 2-04 (Room: K)
Survive and thrive with Fitness. Fitness expert Rhonda Murphy will discuss healing ways to help nurture your brain and body with fitness. She will demonstrate and discuss the aspects of nutrients fueling the body as well as the importance of exercise and movement that helps the brain. The importance of physical and mental is showcased in this presentation to aid individuals in feeling better and thriving in their life. Rhonda will help you manage through pain of loss or illness. The take away for this presentation is to survive, thrive, and prosper in both mental and physical aspects.