The Country Club at Soboba Springs
1020 Soboba Road
San Jacinto, CA 92583
February 28, 2019 @ 7:45 A.M.
2017 San Jacinto Valley Women's Conference Board (left to right): Teresa Spraggs, Karen Revay, Sonia Ramos, Laurie Morris, Debbie Perez-Flores, Nicole Moore, Kathy Jensen-Robinson, Nicole Holt, Dee Cozart, Linda Greilich, Michele Ryneal, and Sheila Stillman.
Includes breakfast, lunch, and entry into the conference:
$50.00 if paid by 2/12/2019 $55.00 after 2/12/2019
Table of 10
$450 if paid by 2/12/2019
$500 if paid by 2/12/2019
8' table provided plus one chair, all meals and registration for one person:
Multiple sponsorship packages available starting at $250
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
San Jacinto Valley Women's Conference
Thursday, February 28, 2019
The mission of the San Jacinto Valley Women’s Conference is to provide a positive experience for Valley women as we raise funds to help local women improve and advance their educational goals. It's a dynamic day of speakers and networking for so many women to refresh, learn and be inspired.
"Connect. Elevate. Inspire."
This is the eighth year for the San Jacinto Valley Women's Conference, and what an exciting year for this popular event! The support from wonderful sponsors and the dynamic women of our valley keeps growing exponentially. You've attended, been inspired and had a day filled with personal development resources. Your support and attendance has granted $28,000 in scholarships for deserving local women and $5,000 in sponsorships to local charities.
The 2019 San Jacinto Valley Women's Conference will be held at the beautiful Country Club at Soboba Springs. The daylong event kicks off at 7:45 A.M. with a Continental Breakfast which will be followed by a full lunch. For attendees who enjoy a unique shopping experience, there will be a number of vendors set up for the day for you to enjoy. This year's theme: "Connect. Elevate. Inspire." will be enhanced by an exciting line up of presentations and guest speakers.
Sarah Rudder was on the verge of a key
promotion in the U.S. Marines on Sept. 11,
2001, when the terrorist attacks struck and
eventually left her without a leg. She has
come back from that event to thrive on another stage.
After struggling to deal with the loss of a limb, Rudder found a way to turn despair into triumph through sports. She became a part of the military's Wounded Warrior program, which paved the way for Rudder to compete in the Invictus Games. Invictus was held this year at Disney's ESPN Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando. This is the event founded by Britain's Prince Harry for wounded members of the armed services.
Niketa Calame was born and raised in
Los Angeles, CA. She is most noted as the
voice of "Young Nala" in Disney's 32nd
animated film "The Lion King". Niketa won the Youth in Film Award and was nominated for the Hollywood Reporter Young Star Awards for Young Nala in The Lion King. She received her Masters of Fine Arts degree from The Actors Studio Drama School @New School University and her BA degree from University of California, Santa Cruz. She studied theater for a year overseas at the University of Exeter in England. Niketa is an Ovation, LA Weekly and NACCP Theater award-winning actress of the stage.
A successful serial entrepreneur and investor in
many startups, Jonathan is Chairman and
co-founder of Geekwire.com, one of the tech
sector’s top news sites, and Chairman and
co-founder of PicMonkey, the world’s most fun
and popular photo-editor.He also has the distinct
honor of being the first person to sell 2 companies to Google.
In 2016, Jonathan made headlines when he announced he would be the first technology investor to only invest in female-founded companies moving forward. This put Jonathan in the national spotlight and he became an honoree of various women-led organizations such as American Women In Science, Vital Voices, and the University of Washington(“Man of Integrity” award). He has invested in many startups founded by women, such as Glamhive, GiftStarter, Runway2Street, Poppy, Scout, Vivify, and others.