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The Empowered Women of Greenville conference returns March 11

The leadership event is part of the Junior League of Greenville’s Community Impact strategy that’s focused on helping women overcome barriers.

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JLG believes empowered women have the ability to make positive change in their lives and their families while creating a ripple effect that impacts the larger community.

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The Junior League of Greenville’s Empowered Women of Greenville (EWG) is back for its third year on Saturday, March 11. Aimed at helping women reach their full potential, the free all-day leadership conference features speakers, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities for women in the Greenville community.

The four areas of focus this year are:

  • Health and Wellness
  • Career and Job Search
  • Financial Literacy
  • Building Community

The dynamic sessions related to these topics will be led by local experts, with a focus on encouraging women to take steps to empower themselves in recognition that women often serve as the economic engine in their household. The lineup of keynote speakers includes Jennifer Jones, founder of Beauty Marks for Girls, and Meliah Bowers Jefferson, Executive Director of The Jolley Foundation.

New this year, there will be a community services fair where attendees can visit with local partners. Breakfast and lunch are included for attendees.

Interested in sponsoring the event? Explore sponsorship packages here.

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