One such woman is Adrienne Cole, the first female President and CEO of the Raleigh Chamber in its 130+ year history! Her passion for making a difference in our community through economic development, diversity and inclusion, and small business and entrepreneurship has earned her several distinctions including the Triangle Business Journal's Women in Business Award and the CEO of the Year award.
The Raleigh Chamber is committed to helping women advance their careers. On May 24, the Chamber will host more amazing women in leadership at our annual Women’s Leadership Conference. The conference, presented by PNC, brings established business leaders who support women in the workplace. Attendees will receive tools, tactics, and inspiration to build a more equitable future in the workplace.
Connect: Celebrate women’s achievements.
Challenge: Take action for equality.
Create: Build workplaces where women can thrive.
“You have a favorite gif of someone dancing that you text when you’re happy. ALL OF THOSE GIFS are what I’m feeling, anticipating being together in May.”
Rebecca Ryan, APF
2022 Women’s Leadership Conference Keynote
Rebecca is a futurist, author, and entrepreneur. She is the founder of NEXT Generation Consulting and the author of The Next Big Things: The Future of Local Government (2015), ReGENERATION: A Manifesto for America’s Future Leaders (2013), and Live First, Work Second: Getting Inside the Head of the Next Generation.
“I am thrilled to work alongside a bright, talented, and creative committee as Chair of the Raleigh Chamber Women’s Leadership Conference—a program for and about women that is open to all. Please join us on May 24 at the Raleigh Convention Center for a day that will allow us to Connect with each other, Challenge our current thinking, and Create new tools and resources that enable us to thrive.”
2022 Women’s Leadership Conference Chair
Katherine is Vice President of Business Development & Marketing at Alfred Williams & Company. She is a past recipient of the Triangle Business Journal’s Women in Business Award, a past president of NCEDA, and a former Raleigh Chamber Executive Board member.
Happy International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month! We hope you will continue to celebrate and empower women with us this May at Women’s Leadership Conference: Connect-Challenge-Create!
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