Are you excited about having more wise and compassionate leadership in the world? Do you desire connection with others who are on the same journey of inspired leadership and embodied wisdom? Then join us for the inaugural Wisdom Women event on April 30th in San Francisco!
The main intentions of this event are to provide inspiration as well as space for connection and dialogue. We'll be creating an environment for you to express your challenges and your visions in nurturing and celebratory ways that connect you to this community. And we're eager to hear how we can support you in the future. Our team and speakers will take you on a journey that will include guided meditations, connecting exercises, and opportunities to share with others.
Men are encouraged and welcome to attend. We want to hear from all voices who desire more wisdom and a balance of the feminine and masculine in the modern world.
KC Baker: A former Ivy League grad, buttoned-up investment banker, and legislative assistant to two US Senators, KC Baker’s own struggle to claim her true voice triggered a decade-long spiritual and vocational quest that carried her from energy healers in Asia to the TEDxWomen stage in San Francisco.
KC's unorthodox & effective teachings on public speaking, and her gift for drawing out and structuring women's wisdom into speeches, have caused her to become a coveted public speaking trainer and co-speech writer for women from the United States, Europe, Australia and the Middle East.
Pat Christen, CEO HopeLab: At HopeLab, Pat engages a multidisciplinary team researching and developing products that harness the power and appeal of technology to improve human health well-being. To do its work, HopeLab has developed a values-based culture intentionally designed to support creativity, innovation, and full engagement. Pat previously was president and executive director of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. She has written, studied and lectured on social and health issues in the United States and abroad, and is a member of the Young Presidents' Organization.
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