March 8, 2013
-- Good Living Enterprises and Recipes for Good Living Magazine, in cooperation with AT&T, recently announced the addition of Washington DC as one of the five cities to host the first ever interactive virtual global conversation scheduled for May 3, 2013. Begun over five years ago as a local gathering of women during the first weekend in May over tea events in the Washington, DC area, this annual event has developed into a global conversation that includes 9 different countries (US, England, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, Kenya, India and Brazil) .
Women Are Talking was founded on the belief that if a group of women facing similar issues gather in a room and a conversation is held, that same group of women will leave the room with answers to each of their individual problems and or questions. This event will bring a million voices into one virtual room as an idea to focus the experiences and insights of women on issues of work, career, education, health, finance, family, relationships, personal development, and the law and public policy. This year’s conversation will be the fifth to engage women around the world using the connectivity of AT&T’s leading-edge technology. The power of those voices will spawn a conversation that will change the world. The theme for this year’s Women Are Talking event is The Power of One – 1 MILLION WOMEN STRONG. Leading women organizations from around the globe will take part in this event.
Hosted and sponsored by AT&T and Good Living Enterprises’
Recipes for Good Living Magazine, this global discussion of 1 million women will be moderated by women leaders on trending topics through a virtual dais in five Tele-Presence Centers located in Washington DC; New York City; Dallas, Texas; Los Angeles, California and Chicago Illinois. These women leaders will moderate interactive discussions over a two-hour period via a Women Are Talking mobile app, tweets and Facebook, to which women around the globe will have the opportunity to lend their collective voices. This event will not only spawn the discussion, but will also begin the process for collectively creating an online interactive web environment where things are not only talked about but are acted upon.
Bonnie McDaniel who is a television host and contributor, author and Editor in Chief of Recipes for Good Living Magazine, a lifestyle magazine for the modern family stated, “the goal of this event is to emphasize the power that each woman has when her voice is connected to the voice of another person and it begins with a simple conversation”
For additional information on this event and how you can join the conversation, please visit the Women Are Talking website and Facebook pages: www.facebook.com/
womenaretalking and www.womenaretalking.org or send an email to email@example.com. We are also on Twitter @WATalking.