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Achieving Beyond Limits
Fawn Germer is the bestselling author of five books and one of the nation’s most beloved motivational speakers. She’s real and honest. She is the only author and speaker who has personally interviewed so many of the most successful leaders of our time to learn their specific success and leadership strategies.
Fawn worked as a Florida correspondent for both The Washington Post and U.S. News and World Report. Her distinguished reporting career earned her numerous state and national awards including four Pulitzer Prize nominations and the prestigious Green Eyeshade Award from the Society for Professional Journalists. She has worked as a staff writer for The Miami Herald and Denver’s Rocky Mountain News and was an editor for The Tampa Tribune.
In this session Fawn will talk to us about "Achieving Beyond Limits," how you do that and what it means.
Amy Hoopes, Chief Marketing Officer & EVP of Global Sales, Wente Vineyards
Teri Llach, CMO, Blackhawk Network
Karen Luey, EVP & Chief Financial and Administrative Officer, Jamba Juice
Tanya M. Peterson, Executive Director & President, SF Zoological Society
7:30 AM - Registration opens
8:00 AM - Networking
8:30 AM - Breakfast served
9:20 AM - Opening Remarks
9:40 AM - Fawn Germer & Panel
11:15 AM - Closing Remarks
$50 per person
$60 per person (after 3/15/13)
Pre-registration is required -- no walk-ins will be accepted at the door.
Who should attend
Members, non-members, emerging leaders, executives, men and women professionals who would like to connect with other professionals in the region.
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