The EmpowHER Conference™ welcomes Bloomberg's 10 Most Influential People Christianna Hurt
By: Women's Business Center RVQA
It's okay to take care of you so that you can take better care of those in your circle. Special Guest straight from Bloomberg's 10 Most Influential People is Christianna Hurt. Also, celebrity facial yoga trainer KoKo Hayashi and a host of speakers to include Rita Ricks, Susan Nolan and more will invade Richmond to bring you resources and information to Live 360.
In addition to having over 50,000 social media followers, Christianna has helped over 41,000 students grow six-figure businesses. As the founder of Wealthy College Kid Christianna has been seen in Yahoo Finance, Sheen Magazine, Bloomberg and more. Providing education on monetizing digital platforms and drop-shipping it will be an honor to glean from her how to start and navigate our own e-commerce dynasties.
August 5-7, 2021 the EmpowHER ConferenceTM will be an exciting and educational time to address your many facets of health, finances, leadership and community. Save the dates and register today (limited in person registration but streaming options are available). The conference which is sponsored in part by Henrico County Economic Development and Fulton Bank will include a VIP Reception that will be held at the Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen August 5th, Interactive Seminars and a Femme Filmmakers Festival at the Byrd Theatre featuring work from renowned filmmakers Tamika Lamison and Mel Jones and hosted by none other than the Daphne Maxwell Reid August 6th and a Job Fair, Vendors, Musical Acts and Networking opportunities at the Women's Business Center RVA on Saturday, August 7th.
A portion of funds raised will be used to support the Women's Business Center RVA
To learn more you can visit the conference website at http://www.ourempowherment.com or call 804-921-3844
The WBCRVA exists because they agree with the findings of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship that "women entrepreneurs face persistent institutional barriers that make achieving financial parity a serious challenge with lasting consequences."
WBCRVA is a mixed-used center providing mailbox services, coworking, office rental and consulting. Executive Director, Shirley Crawford shares that, "the difference between the Center and the many office rentals popping up around town is simple, we don't just provide space. We don't just take your money and say figure it out. We provide a safe place to launch, sustain or grow your business with the WBCRVA Family."
More information regarding the WBCRVA can be found on their website at www.WBCRVA.com or you can call their offices for a tour 804-921-3844.