INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF BLACK WOMEN
Subject: Toronto Congress reminder October 28/29, 2011 Courtyard Marriott Downtown Toronto Canada
Dear participants, members and partners,
Welcome to the International Congress of Black women for 2011. During two days, 28th– 29th October 2011, we are bringing together visionaries for change, Creativity and Entrepreneurship from across the world toGreater Toronto Area in Canada.
Toronto city Hall
Congress President Mrs. Patricia Secke will speak about the vision: African Women on the continent and in Diaspora connected, committed and coordinated in building, fortifying and elevating leaders, organizations, governments and corporation that equip women entrepreneurs, elected officials, employers and employees to maximize their capacity and ability.
In addition to the various workshops, we have secured Mrs. Parker Mabry, President and Founder of The Anderson Advantage Group in the United States of America, as our Mistress of ceremony and conference speaker. As Congress partner, she will bring a unique combination to your stage, ensuring your congress is valuable. Parker offers either a Brain storming Board session or breakout session. Get the most and very best from her.
“We are African women from the same ancestors yet different homelands. Our faces, bodies and voices are so beautifully similar. During the 2011 International Congress of Black Women our ancestors will rejoice as we raise our collective voice and choice to create a healthier, wealthier life for ourselves, our families, our countries and the world,” proclaims Keynote Speaker, Attorney Alison Velez Lane who is the Chief Executive Officer of Campaign Train Group. Campaign Train Group offers training seminars, reference materials and individual coaching for business owners, elected officers, group leaders and political candidates.watch a portion of speech of Alison Velez Lane, esq. Out of Time: Endless Possibilties:http://www.
Our Canadian partners: Yvonne Kabeya (Executive Director of Le Regroupement des Femmes Immigrantes Francophones Toronto) and Karine Morin(Senior Manager RDEE–Ontario / La bonne affaire – Opportunities for All)
Yvonne Kabeya Karine Morin
and many dignitaries will welcome the Participants. The sessions feature Aboriginal, business, and government leaders presenting their perspectives on international cooperation challenges. Panelists and participants will assess the effectiveness of current efforts to address these challenges, the barriers to progress, and how best to move forward.
We will also have local Medias and Paris television Reporter Bruno Leuta from “L’Image de La Communication”. Mosaique Afro france.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend this year’s exciting congress. You can register over the websitewww.femmesperformantes.com , using your credit card.
email us at: Congres.international@gmail.
Or Contact Christophe at Christophe@femmesperformantes.