WPO 2009 Conference, Keynote Speakers, Programs and Panels

The Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) will hold its 2009 International Conference in San Diego on April 23-25.

Keynote speakers will include:

>Meg Whitman– Former President & CEO of eBay
>T. Boone Pickens– Founder & CEO, BP Capital
>Janice Bryant Howroyd– CEO, Act-1 Personnel Services and WPO Board Member
>Adam Werbach– Global CEO, Saatchi & Saatchi S

The conference will also feature a program led by Judi Sheppard Missett, CEO and founder of Jazzercise Inc. According to entrepreneur Judi Sheppard Missett, there are three elements in music that compare to building a business — the bass beat, the cadence and the melody. Missett will demonstrate how her trilogy is the key to any thriving business and will lead you in an interactive journey to explore a proven formula for success.

Catherine Corley, Vice President of Business Marketing for Sam’s Club will moderate a panel of four successful WPO CEOs who have outstanding sustainable initiatives, including Laura J. Allen from Vision Education & Media, Hallie Satz from HighRoad Press, Katherine Putnam from Package Machinery Company, Inc., and Susan Daywitt from SLM- Facility Solutions Nationwide.

Click here to go to the WPO’s official Conference site.


One thought on “WPO 2009 Conference, Keynote Speakers, Programs and Panels

  1. Most inspiring conference, thank you!I posted on my blog things I learnt from the conference in regard to leading change (currently studying leading change postgrad at university)http://www.it-for-all.com/health-for-all/blog/2009/04/ego_capitalism_and_other_disco.html

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