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Downtown Tampa to host annual Women's Conference of Florida

Women from around the state will gather for the second annual Women's Conference Florida on October 26 and 27. The event will be held Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina. [Company file photo]

Women from around the state will gather for the second annual Women's Conference Florida on October 26 and 27. The event will be held Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina. [Company file photo]

TAMPA — More than 1,000 women from around the state are expected to head to downtown Tampa for the annual Women's Conference of Florida later this month.

Lori Greiner, a star shark on ABC's "Shark Tank," entrepreneur, and best-selling author, is among the confirmed keynote speakers. Other speakers include:

• Nely Galán, a producer, author, and former president of Entertainment for Telemundo.

• Jean Chatzky, a financial editor for NBC's "Today Show."

• Samantha Harris, a Emmy-winning TV host, health and fitness expert, and cancer survivor.

• Lori Mackenzie, the executive director of the Stanford University's Clayman Institute for Gender Research.

• Jan Babiak, an independent director for Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. and Bank of Montréal.

• and Tiffany Dufu, the chief leadership officer at Levo, and launch team member to Lean In.

The event will be held Oct. 26-27 at the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina.

Register for the conference here

Downtown Tampa to host annual Women's Conference of Florida 10/10/17 [Last modified: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 9:57pm]
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