Moscone Center, San Francisco
Earlier this month e2k produced Northern California’s largest event for Women in Business – The Professional BusinessWomen of California’s 23rd Annual conference, held May 15th at Moscone Center in San Francisco.
The sold-out event featured Secretary General of the Council of Women World Leaders Laura Liswood; #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Gretchen Rubin; Editor in Chief of The Daily Beast-Newsweek Tina Brown, United States Congresswoman Jackie Speier; and Senior Vice President of IBM Global Business Services Bridget Van Kralingen. The conference also featured a Young Women’s Summit, hosted by Actor and Filmmaker Jennifer Siebel Newsom and Seventeenmagazine Contributing Writer and Author, Jess Weiner.
The e2k team partnered with PBWC to produce this year’s event and were responsible for all aspects of the conference production including exhibitor sales, attendee registration, graphic design, marketing, catering, décor, venue design, scripting and show production. The project was led by e2k Senior Vice-President Lorie Murphy and Producer David Gill. Marketing and Promotion was managed by Kenny Wardell. Registration was run by Sara Jane Keskula and Trisha Ricci. The venue management and expo was produced by Jessie Brady. Office Management by Kelly Norris. Technical Production by Mike Brady. Young Women’s Summit Coordinated by David Sanchez and Shannon Ellis. Volunteer Coordination by Jasmine Hall. Show Direction by e2k Vice President Erin Olmstead. Graphic Design by Meghan Harris. Additional on-site support was provided by an exceptional network of e2k Associate Producers and industry alliances, including Maria Giannini, Stefanie Liang, Brad Robinson, Mickey Fimbres, Rocky Orozco, Patrick Balduchi, Tom Howard, Melissa Gotelli, Aaron Feldman and Victoria Starr.
This nationally recognized annual conference is PBWC’s main forum for women leaders to mentor and role model, foster upward mobility and gain instant access to a large network of other professionals. It brings together thousands of women from all industry sectors for integrated leadership training, networking and examining ways to increase women’s value to business.