The Realizing A Vision Conference is a full-day high-impact entrepreneurship conference. Designed for female members of Generation Z in high school some of those attending may be in business or are in the startup phases. Other girls have visions of becoming entrepreneurs. The conference breakout sessions introduce attendees to the skills, characteristics, and behaviors of accomplished women entrepreneurs and business owners.
High school girls from all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds are welcome. Keynote speakers, breakout session and discussion leaders represent diverse cultures, age groups, business types, and industries.
Our sponsors support the encourage the growth of Generation Z female entrepreneurs. Sponsors team with speakers and session leaders to share expertise needed to develop personal action strategies essential to creating and building a business.
Realizing A Vision: Imagine Your Future As An Entrepreneur If You Can Imagine It, You Can Achieve It!!
Be prepared to find a mentor. Meet like-minded girls who turned their ideas into successful businesses. Learn from highly successful female entrepreneurs what skills and characteristics they attribute to achieving success.
- Continue -
A Few Of The Speakers From Prior Years’ Conferences
Kabul Girls Soccer Club
Director, New America’s Fellows Program
Founder and CEO
CEO and Founder
Student Fitness Experts
Founder and President
Diversity Comm, Inc.
President and Founder
Valerie Red-Horse Mohl
Social Venture Circle
“It was really enjoyable to go to your conference. I met a lot of amazing women, and loved the experience. Also, thank you very much for the awesome photo! if you ever are organizing anything like that in the Bay area again and need some assistance please feel free to contact me at anytime. Again, thank you for extending the invitation! I had an experience I will never forget.”
Jordan Brown, Oakland CA
“Thank you for having such a great day planned for us on Saturday. All the speakers were great. I would like to help you spread the word and try my best to inform other girls to attend the event. This is such a great opportunity for us girls. Once again, thank you for your time.”
Maria Moya, Academy of Business Leadership/Compton High School