Become an Entrepreneur Mom at this Santa Monica Event
An inspiring social movement is afoot in the United States. "Mompreneurs," or Mom Entrepreneurs, are not only changing the way we do business, but how children are raised in this country. At Mom 2 CEO: The Work-At-Home Mom National Conference in Santa Monica, Moms will learn all sorts of advice from experienced Mompreneurs, including how to overcome the challenges of running a home-based business.
What Makes a Mompreneur?
According to Lori Carrese, President of Mommy Gateway, a Mompreneur's "most important job is taking care of our children." Working from home also lies at the discipline's foundation. From there, the Mom 2 CEO Symposium in Santa Monica focuses on 8 key strengths all Mompreneurs should nurture, including the power to Network, Build, Create, Empower, Influence, Mentor, Strategize, and Engage. Further illustrating these characteristics, the following speakers will discuss their struggles and successes:
A graduate of Cornell University and small business marketing manager at Google, Emily understands what it takes for your vision to take succeed online.
Co-founder of Rivvid, Valeska leads various national advocacy groups. She's been an entrepreneur for 12 years, and a full-time mother for six.
Also known as Nanny Stella, Ms. Reid is a nanny in Great Britain, author, TV star, and an internationally renowned family consultant with over 20 years of experience.
Founder of ClubMomMe, Rachel unites mothers in powerful, supportive communities, from Chicago to L.A.