Thursday, April 24, 2008
Emerging Women Business Camp 2008 proves ground-breaking in Frisco
Women CEO's everywhere!
EWBC University of Dallas Frisco Campus was the place to be this past weekend. As one participant said, “Being in the room with so many CEO’s was exhilarating! What an opportunity this was just to hear the wonderment, hops and dreams, and witness the process of these, Ladies of Faith.”
It was an information network and business camp that was a ground breaking event for business owners and CEO’s to boost their bottom line and for future entrepreneurs to learn the inside track to launching a successful business operation. The value of the camp was the mentoring and networking by all of the attendees.
Joy Wallace, the Founder and CEO of Joy Foods, and former Senior Director of National Sales at Pizza Hut was the keynote speaker. Other speakers and panelist were: Michelle Hoskins, Founder of Michele Foods, famous for Honey Crème Syrup; Dr. Yolanda Bruce, National Professional Development and Clinical Consultant and former Senior Director of Player Development for the National Basketball Association; Jill Darden, Publisher of the Fort Worth Black News; Yvette Moyo, President/Founder of Real Men Cook and Marketing Opportunities in Business & Entertainment.
Jewel Diamond Taylor, Founder of Women on the Grow; Teresa Taylor Gilbert, CEO of N-the-Know; Cheryl Smith, Executive Editor of the Dallas Weekly; Starlene Stringer, Morning Show Co-Host/News Director for KLTY; Dr. Lawana Gladney, CEO of Emotional Wellness, Inc.; Dr. Scott Wysong, Associate Professor Marketing and the Director of the Sports & Entertainment MBA program at the University of Dallas; and Sister Tarpley (Shirley Demus Tarpley) Religious Editor for North Dallas Gazette Weekly Newspaper.
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