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Upcoming TWE Dates

March 14, 2014
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

June 13,  2014    
September 12, 2014
November 14, 2014
(June, Sept., & Nov. dates are
from 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.)


TWE Woman of the Year

Are you the next TWE Woman of the Year? Are you doing great things in the community and your career in transforming the lives of other women and young girls?

Nominate that special woman that is making a difference in helping other women be successful and also influencing young girls to be the best they can be. We are looking for someone who is a role model in her community/career and is touching lives in her own special way. Share creative and unique things you have done that demonstrate how you are transforming the lives of other women and young girls. Share how you demonstrate your leadership skills as a women that is transforming her world. Share any awards or recognitions you have received that reflect your ability to impact the lives of other women and young girls. This essay should be 400 words or less.

Self-nominations are welcome. Send your nomination to: Nominations are due by midnight February 13, 2014.

Late entries will not be accepted



TWE is a platform for educating, encouraging, and empowering women to excel in their business pursuits as they aspire  to soar in all that they have called to do.
Miss Phyllis Wallace, Miss PDW Enterprises

I have been attending TWE since its inception and can truly say it has helped me develop both personally and professionally. The topics are always practical and appropriate. The guest speakers are phenomenal and always have an important message to impart to the audience. I will continue to support this event and platform and encourage my colleagues to attend.
Lisa McDonald, My True Biz

Excellent opportunity to network and rekindle inspiration. It's like a shot in the arm.
Voncile Hodges, Executive Director, Saint Philip Community Development Corp.

I have spoken at and attended several TWE events. I love them!! They cover so many topics that not only inspire entrepreneurs, but really give them step-by-step knowledge on how to implement the different topics discussed.
Shanai D. Turner, SD Luxuri Cosmetics

Join us for an insightful and informative discussion.

March 14, 2014
9:00am - 5:00pm

The Commerce Club
191 Peachtree St. NE, 49th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303

Early Bird - $119 before Feb 6th
(Breakfast and Lunch included)

After 2/6/2014 - $129.00
At the door - $149.00

Register Now


Twanda Black
Twanda Black
KISS 104.1FM - Host of "Good News Gospel"

Nancy Lewis
Nancy J. Lewis, MS, PHR, RCC
Progressive Techniques, Inc.

Ellen Dracos Lemming
Keynote Speaker
Ellen Dracos Lemming
President, Dracos-Lemming Consulting

Jestacia Jones
Jestacia Jones
President, J'lore Foundation

Lisa Tanker-Potts
Lisa Tanker-Potts
Owner, Boutique Body Fitness
Robin Young
Robin A. Young
CEO, Women Behaving Wealthy
Carly Golias
Carly Golias
Registered Representative
First Investors Corp.
Victeria Holland
Victeria Holland
Independent Distributor
Organo Gold
Myrna M. White
Myrna M. White
Director, Office of Public Affairs
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Ms Tillie O'neal-Kyles
Mrs. Tillie O'Neal-Kyles
Every Woman Works, Inc.
Barbra Curtiss
Barbra Curtiss
Broker, Barbra Curtiss Realty
Suzette LeSane
Suzette LeSane
VP, New Product Development
CoreLogic Specialty Credit

Sharon James Jordan
Sharon James Jordan
Sr. Operations Executive
American International Group, Inc. (AIG)


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