Women Descend on D.C. for ‘Get Radical Conference’!

Women that are building their businesses, starting businesses, or simply focusing on goals they’ve left behind for one reason or another, will descend on the Washington, D.C./Virginia area this weekend.  The ticket comes with some of the best organizers, financial experts, business women, and physical trainers in the country.

Doreen Rainey is the host and founder of The Radical Women’s Conference taking place in Reston, Va., March 30 – April 1, at the Hyatt Regency Reston outside Washington, D.C.  Her goal is to repair what has been broken or altered in women.  After 17 years, Rainey left the corporate arena as a Human Resources specialist in 2005, to launch “Empowering Moments LLC, a personal and professional development company driven by a singular vision:  to help people define success for themselves and then have the guts to go after it.”  Her site boasts the agenda for the conference saying:

“The Get RADICAL Women’s Conference offers a platform for women to get inspired, motivated, educated, and equipped to move forward with their professional and personal goals….Get ready to take notes, set goals and create action plans! With interactive workshops from incredible speakers and experts sharing their insights, strategies, experiences and life lessons to help you take charge of your career, business, finances, relationships, health, wellness and life fulfillment and balance – you’ll get exactly what you need to achieve RADICAL results.”

The conference is a remarkable place for women to network and revitalize their lives.  The experts attending the conference include:  financial phenom, Suze Orman; elite physical trainer Jillian Michaels;  former editor-in-chief of Essence magazine, Monique Greenwood;  entrepreneurial expert and business maven Ali Brown;  life building best selling author Lisa Nichols; and Go Daddy! manager Christine Jones.

Check out our report on last year’s conference and visit the Get Radical site here for more information.

-J.C. Brooks

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