Media Advisory: EWOC-Exceptional Women of Color Conference in Northern California
Sac Cultural Hub Media Foundation
MEDIA ADVISORY 10-03-13
For Immediate Release – CLICK HERE to download the Media Advisory MEDIA CONTACTS: Twila Laster, Program & Marketing Director – 916.662.3502 Pleshette Robertson, Executive Director – 916.234.3589 Sac Cultural Hub Media Foundation – firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT: The 5th Anniversary Exceptional Women of Color (EWOC) Networking Brunch Conference and Young Women’s Summit and Scholarships (YWS). This year’s theme is “Moving Forward in Becoming the Soul of the Nation.” Attendees will engage in inspiring discussions and connect with experts who will transform how women consider health and wellness, continuing education as the key to personal and professional success; and entrepreneurship as a means to invest in their passion and lead an impactful life. Keynote speaker Senator Holly J. Mitchell and welcome remarks provided by UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi.
WHEN: Saturday, October 5, 2013, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: Red Lion Woodlake Hotel Conference Center, 500 Leisure Lane, Sacramento, CA
WHO: The event is presented by the Sac Cultural Hub Media Foundation (SCHMF) in partnership with UC Davis Office of Campus Community Relations (UCD OCCR). Corporate and Community Partners include: Susan G. Komen for the Cure-Sacramento Valley, Allstate, Schools Financial Credit Union, California Black Health Network, Covered California, United States Air Force, SMUD, The California Endowment, Verizon/Nokia, Nehemiah Corporation, Walmart, Hewlett Packard, Capital Medical Society, UCDMC African American Faculty & Staff Association, Roberts Family Development Center, Cares Community Health, Scranton Law Firm, Wells Fargo, University of the Pacific, Sacramento Convention and Visitors Bureau, Kappa Alpha Psi-Sacramento Alumni Chapter, Mondavi Center at UC Davis, The Ward Firm, 7-Eleven Stores, The Gospel Vine, Twlia Makes It Happen!, T.E.A. Consulting, Leatherwood Marketing, and Sac Cultural Hub Media Company.
PHOTO/VISUALS: Keynote presentation, EWOC Honoree and Y-EWOC Scholarship presentations, Ascension Dance performance, Young Women’s Summit(YWS), Women-To-Watch panel, Men’s Perspective panel, educational workshops and exhibitors.
WHY: The EWOC recognizes women in Northern California for community and professional accomplishments. Honorees are women of color who commonly go unrecognized for their endeavors. The EWOC hosts a distinguished keynote speaker, expert panelists, and workshops to exchange ideas and provide mentorship. The simultaneous YWS, reaching ages 12-21, features workshops to help young women expand their vision and pursue desired careers by connecting them with successful, professional women eager to share what they know with the next generation of women leaders.
Sac Cultural Hub Media Foundation (SCHMF)—was created in 2003 to develop programs that mentor young adults and women of color in under-served communities. SCHMF has implemented programs in partnership with corporations and businesses to promote mentorship, higher education, provide entrepreneurship opportunities, further diverse partnerships, encourage collaboration in the community, offer educational workshops and exceptional signature events that include: Exceptional Women of Color (EWOC) Networking Brunch Conference, Hub Choice Awards (HCA), and the Black Physicians Forum (BPF). Our mission is to provide exciting non traditional vehicles of engagement where professionals, businesses and non-profit organizations can market services and products, mentor those in need, and provide public service information to educate and inspire the urban community. The Foundation’s primary goal is to motivate and empower African American professionals, communities, and youth to thrive and succeed in life. http://sacculturalhub.com/916/media-foundation UC Davis Office of Campus Community Relations (OCCR)—is to ensure the attention to those components of the campus community that affect community, campus climate, diversity and inclusiveness. OCCR provides leadership in diversity education training, affirmative action, equity initiatives and campus community relations. OCCR serves the campus and general community by working in collaboration with a broad, diverse cross section of the campus community to develop a strategic plan to guide the university in the development and assessment of policy, programs, initiatives and outreach efforts to increase diversity, improve campus climate and promote inclusiveness. http://occr.ucdavis.edu
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