Chicago IL, October 30, 2021 Mox.E Women will host the first ever Mox.E Women Conference. The conference will feature three dynamic, business women: Beth Santos, the founder and CEO of Wanderful, a global lifestyle brand and inclusive community of thousands of travelers and travel content creators; Tammera L. Holmes, the founder and CEO of Aerostar Consulting Corporation and founder and Executive Director of nonprofit AeroStar Avion Institute, both of which are focused on introducing underserved and underrepresented populations to the aerospace industry; and Nicole Vasquez, the Co-Founder and Chief People Officer of Deskpass, a monthly membership service that offers affordable access to an international network of professionally managed coworking spaces and conference rooms.
The conference themes for each session are as follows:
Emerge- Authentic power comes from within through our awareness of and connection to something other than and bigger than self. We are living in our purpose when we use our talents to serve the same. Our conversation will start with Beth Santos encouraging participants to discover The Fire Within all of us to serve something other and bigger than self.
Empower- During our second session, Passionate, Purposeful and Profitable, our speaker, Tammera L. Holmes, will share how she discovered her calling, and harnessed her power to create for and not for profit organizations that are having an impact on her community.
Expand- Our final session, Like Wildfire, will be a call from Nicole Vasquez for attendees to take all they’ve discovered about themselves and others and spread it to their communities and the world.
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