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BLACK WOMEN ELEVATE, LOS ANGELES WILL BE TAKING PLACE ON APRIL 21ST AT THE BEACH HOUSE HOTEL – HERMOSA BEACH

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Arizona’s Master Coach brings her magic on tour. Her stop in Los Angeles will include powerhouse guest speakers from the Southland.

BLACK WOMEN ELEVATE, LOS ANGELES will be taking place on April 21st at The Beach House Hotel – Hermosa Beach

Tickets are available at www.BlackWomenElevate.com

REDONDO BEACH, CA, April 11, 2018 – This one-day Leadership Accelerator for Black Women is uniquely designed to help them brand their brilliance, revolutionize the way they lead and amplify their vision, voice & visibility! It is a fun, experiential and engaging day of deep thinking and transformational dialogue that’s equal parts Heart + Strategy. It’s designed to spur action and inspire you to say, “What if…?”

“This is perfect for you if you’re constantly being passed over and ignored for opportunities even though you’re clearly more qualified,” says Founder Felicia Davis

The event is taking place at The Beach House Hotel in Hermosa Beach on Saturday, April 21st at 1:30pm – 7:30pm in the conference room with an ocean view. This is a perfect location at the perfect time to enjoy the SoCal weather. You can come early and have time on the beach, lunch on the pier or simply take it all in before being inspired by the event. Registration is $127 and tickets can be purchased online at www.BlackWomenElevate.com

It’s an exciting opportunity to be able to teach the women of color in Los Angeles the art of using Public Relations to advance their careers and public lives. Being a part of this event with the likes of a phenomenal woman like Queenie Donaldson is empowering.

Because 44% of Black women feeling like their career is stalled is real coupled with the fact that Black women are also at a disadvantage due to a sheer lack of comfortable, trusted, strategic relationships necessary to ascend to higher levels within the organization, we find it necessary to have an event such as this. We want everybody WINNING and that includes women of color.

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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact

Tonya McKenzie at (510) 589-3764 or email at tmckenzie@sandandshores.com

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