ODOS CEO and Founder Lisa Riley is starting the dialog regarding limited information preparing diverse female entrepreneurs 40 plus years of age for the new digital age and market place.
Services and information are decentralized and challenging to obtain for under-served African American, Latina, and Asian Women of Color to help scale or create new businesses. Some are corporate drop-outs, laid off or burnt out and need economic options to corporate.
An informative day includes local community Leaders, panelists, and speakers, such as Milan Balinton, Director African American Community Service Agency San Jose as Master of Ceremony, Councilwoman Magdalena Carrascas, City of San Jose district 5, Poetess Kalamu Chache, Laureate Poet of East Palo Alto, Rich Tran, Mayor City of Milpitas CA, Rev. Jeff Moore, President, San Jose Silicon Valley NAACP.
LeTonya Moore, Atty, and Legal Brand Coach, Global Speaker, founder of Go Global Now Conference from Hunstville Alabama, Tracey Lee Davis, Social Media and Digital Marketing expert of Silicon Valley. A sample of the panelists include; lotta Carter, CEO GRITech IT Solutions, Tara Lynn Gray, CEO Fresno Metro Black Chamber, Shawneequa Badger, CEO Badger Realty Group, Chef Nicole Tabias, CEO Dolce Vita Bakery.
Economic Development Resources, Entrepreneur Health Lifestyles( Mental, Spiritual, Physical) , Entrepreneur Best practices. Some agencies include Santa Clara County Mental Health Services, Small Business Development Center, Santa Clara Law Free Legal Entrepreneur Services and more. There will be door prizes, vendors, and party music by D.J. Henry Nicols, lunch provided and a celebration of Women in History. Event is $55.00, student tickets $40.00 with ID. Tickets are going fast and seating is limited! ODOS is interested in partnering with aligned organizations in a collective effort to better serve a underserved diverse community supporting Women of Color Entrepreneurs.
Presented by ODOS Synergy Services.