ICAN 2011 Women’s Leadership Conference

April 7 ICAN 2011 Women’s Leadership Conference Qwest Center, 455 N. 10th St. 8 a.m.-5 p.m., $69-$259 icanglobal.net   “A Global Conversation” is the theme of this year’s Institute for Career Advancement Needs (ICAN) Women’s Leadership Conference, which aims to inspire women to lead, “providing opportunities for professional and personal development.” National and local presenters include Mary Robinson, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights; Pattie Sellers, Fortune Magazine; Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love; Dr. Elizabeth van Geerestein, Papillion and Partners; Adam Day, Nike Foundation and author/poet Azure Antoinette. The esteemed panel will inspire, inviting attendees to participate in a conversation regarding the “ever-changing leadership demands of the global business community.”   

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