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DAY ONE at the SHRINE AUDITORIUM
Day One will engage women, girls, and allies from across the country through inspiring mainstage sessions, issue-breakouts, opportunities to connect with leading fellow changemakers, and an interactive center with organizations and women-owned businesses. You’ll choose 2 breakouts on Saturday: 1 from Session A and 1 from Session B. When you’re not in your breakouts, you’ll be able to take a break for lunch and explore The Center, where over 150 organizations and businesses are hosting activations!

DAY TWO in LOS ANGELES
On Day Two, attendees will fan out across Los Angeles to attend skills-based trainings or Community Teach-In’s hosted by a range of organizations that are making change on gender equity in Los Angeles. Please keep an eye out for an email from your Day Two Host with location instructions.

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Saturday, May 5
 

8:00am

8:45am

11:00am

11:20am

Mentorship Cafe | Funding and Lending Expo CenterChristal Jackson • Michelle Sangster Breaking Down Stigmas, Lifting Up Women: A Conversation on Mental Health 2nd Floor LobbyFULLDara Baldwin • Jessica Jimenez • Kati Morton • Kameelah Mu'Min Rashad • Chloe Sorensen • Dior Vargas Culture + Creativity + Community: Inside the Trans Liberation Movement Pavillion 2LIMITEDMicah Bazant • Camila Maria Concepción • Sally Kohn • Audrey Kuo Imagination + Organizing: Using Culture & Creativity to Accelerate Change Auditorium (First Floor)Marya Bangee • Beverly Bond • Bridgit Antoinette Evans • Kiran Gandhi • Paola Mendoza • Anasa Troutman Investing in Women: We Are the Ones We've Been Waiting For Pavillion 1FULLPatricia Farrar-Rivas • Arlan Hamilton • Sarah Eagle Heart • Nathalie Molina Niño • Sarah Vaill • Lindsey Taylor Wood Leading by Example: Gender Equity in Los Angeles Expo CenterFULLFrancisca Castillo • Kristin Crowley • Amanda Daflos • Ana Guerrero • Jeanne Holm The Future of Women & The Future of Work Expo Hall Mezzanine AFULLLaphonza Butler • Ai-jen Poo • Carmen Rojas • Aquilina Soriano Women of Color Leading the Resistance Expo Hall Mezzanine BFULLAnge-Marie Hancock Alfaro • Chrissie Castro • Emiliana Guereca • Surina Khan • Winter Minisee • Alexandra Suh Women, Families & The Criminal (In)justice System 3rd Floor LobbyFILLINGGina Clayton • Samantha Paige Davis • Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins • Tiffany Johnson • Topeka K. Sam

12:35pm

1:50pm

3:05pm

4:20pm

7:00pm

7:30pm

 
Sunday, May 6
 

9:00am

Social Impacts on Women's Health Equity Community Room at Mark Ridley-Thomas Exposition Park Constituent Service CenterFULLAbbe Land • Deborah Allen • Susie Baldwin 50 Women Can Change the World in Media & Entertainment The Riveter: Co-Working SpaceFULLAdrienne Becker • Elisa Parker Achieving Equity for Girls in Schools WeWork Gas TowerFULLLivier Gutierrez • Keyonna Keith • Emma Mayerson • Alejandra Valenzuela Athletes as Activists West Hollywood Park Auditorium/LibraryFULLScout Bassett • Celeste Bell • Dr. Kimberly Clay • Liz Loza • Jen Welter Empowered Civic Engagement Panel Skyline PenthouseLIMITED La Lucha Sigue: Where Black and Brown Power Unite! The People's HallFULL Lead Like a Boss: Clarify & Communicate your Leadership Vision University of Southern California, Seely Mudd 123FULLJenn Addison • Emilie Aries • Emi Kamemoto • Jennifer Mandelblatt Leveraging Local Boards and Commissions to Build Progressive Social Movements Liberty Hill FoundationFULLJenny Punsalan Delwood • Alice Y. Hom • Joanna Kabat • Dr. Guadalupe G. Montaño No Gender Justice without Racial Justice United WayFULLSamantha Paige Davis • Cynthia Heard Self-Care for Freedom Fighters WeWork Fine Arts BuildingFULLJewel Bush • Sandria M. Washington Sheroes of Organizing: Community Organizing 101 ALLIESFULLAlexis Conavay • Kevin Lane • Traci Wile The “Just Get It” Series Presents: Lead From Within West Hollywood Park Auditorium/LibraryFULLCourtney A. Seard What The Tech?! A Crash Course for Tech-Curious Changemakers & Community Organizers University of Southern California, Taper 202FILLINGShanise Barona • Brenda Jin • Arelia Jones • Corinne Warnshuis Entrepreneurial Empowerment: Female Founders and Access to Opportunities University of Southern California, Fertitta Hall (JFF Lower Level)FULLElissa Grossman • Dr. Sharoni Little • Elaine Low #RunAsYouAre: How to Run for Office with VoteRunLead NationbuilderLIMITEDDr. Sara Angevine • Jehmu Greene • Crystal Patterson • Erin Vilardi • Representative JoCasta Zamarripa

10:00am

How to Support Women Content Creators and Help the Shows You Want to See Stay on TV Writers Guild Foundation/Writers Guild of America HeadquartersFULLKatie Buckland • Patty First • Alicin Williamson Creating Safe Spaces for Women and Girls University of Southern California, Seely Mudd 124FILLINGKelsey Carroll • Lisa Napper Crush That Interview: Message and Media Training 101 University of Southern California, Taper 106FILLINGNell Callahan • Heather Wilson Gen Z Will Save the World: A Look at Teens and Activism AwesomenessFULLRebecca Black • Hannah Brashers • Catherine Gill • Lindsay Miller • Winter Minisee I AM EVIDENCE, Documentary Feature + Panel Mount Saint Mary's University - Rose Hills AuditoriumLIMITEDSarah Haacke Byrd • Jess Davidson • Patty Giggans • Kimberly Kenny • Helena Lazaro Local Power: Ways State and Local Elected Officials Can Advance Women’s Rights in 2018 Hotel Figueroa (Grand Sala Room)FULLAlejandra Castillo • Jocelyn Frye • Senator Hannah Beth Jackson • Valerie Jarrett • Tonia McMillan • Shilpa Phadke • Representative Karin Power Reproductive Justice: Addressing the Inequality Black Women for Wellness HQFILLINGLashea Brown • Juana Rosa Cavero • Ruth Dawson • Nourbese Flint She Can Have It All: Rise of The Artist-Entrepreneur Workshop California African American MuseumLIMITEDMaytha Alhassen • Katrina Frye • Iris Gomez • Cristina Pacheco • Jurnee Smollett-Bell • Jazz Smollett-Warwell • Anasa Troutman USOW Narrative Short Film Screening Mount Saint Mary's University Donohue CenterLIMITED March For Moms Los Angeles Pershing SquareLIMITEDDebbie Allen • Jadah Chatterjee • Asha Dahya • Kim Durdin • Mary Beth Ferrante • Babetta Juergens • Lindsay Lipton • Taryn Longo • Kamala Lopez • Celine Malanum • Wendy Silvers • Dr. Helena Vissing Women's Leadership Conference - City of West Hollywood West Hollywood Park Auditorium/LibraryLIMITED

1:00pm

LEGALIZE EQUALITY, Documentary Short Film + Panel Mount Saint Mary's University - Rose Hills AuditoriumLIMITEDDr. Emerald Archer • Bettina Hager • Kamala Lopez • Jyoti Sarda Creativity As a Force to Reimagine the World California African American MuseumFILLINGGina Belafonte • Michelle DuBois • Oge Egbuonu • Tina Farris • Dolores Huerta • Johna Rivers • Deborah Santana • Jurnee Smollett-Bell • Anasa Troutman Equity and Allies in Hollywood: The Role of Men Viacom HeadquartersFULLKent Alterman • Abbi Jacobson • Larry Salz • Tara Schuster • Christie Smith Women Who Influence: Being driven by Purpose, not Position Petty Cash TaqueriaFULLDesiree Peterkin Bell • Kristy Dubinsky • Kimberly M. Foxx • Melody Garcia • Laura Packard • Brittany Packnett #MeToo, Now What? Solutions to End Sexual Violence University of Southern California, Seely Mudd 124FILLINGEmma Boorboor • Jess Davidson • Jennifer Dillon • Emily Martin • Diana Rhodes Aligning Your Messages to Maximize Impact: California’s Efforts to Improve Access to High-Quality Public Arts Education The Riveter: Co-Working SpaceFILLINGLeticia Buckley • Denise Grande Behind the Movie Lens MarVista EntertainmentFULL Building Resilience and Preserving Your Emotional Health in Today's World The Riveter: Co-Working SpaceFULL Crowdfunding: How to Raise the Money You Need to Make Change University of Southern California, Taper 202FULLIrene Shin How to Start or Join a Women's Giving Circle or PAC Liberty Hill FoundationFULLAdina Brin • Wendy Chang • Susan Genco • Julie Hermelin • Felicia Jones • Jamie Kantrowitz • Helen MacKinnon • Diana Rodriguez • Sally Smith • Joanna Weiss La Lucha Da Energía (The Struggle Gives You Energy): Our Experiences as Trans Women of Color and the Journey Toward Liberation Family Room at APAITFULLRaffi Freedman-Gurspan • Bamby Salcedo Planned Parenthood's Path to Power: March, Vote, Win Planned Parenthood Los Angeles HeadquartersFULL Pretty Toxic: How You Can Protect Your Health Black Women for Wellness HQFULLMartha Dina Argüello • Marissa Chan • Lisa Fu The Future of Work is Female | Re-designing the Modern Workplace for a United State of Women University of Southern California, Seely Mudd 123FULLJoi Chaney • Noreen Farrell • Sarah Fleisch Fink • Molly Ford • Pameyla Herndon • Lenora Lapidus • Tolu Lawrence • Brittany Packnett • Monica Rodriguez There’s A Role for Everyone: Multiple Constituency Organizing - Lessons from the Domestic Worker and Care Movements University of Southern California, Taper 106LIMITEDSari Billick • Myrla Baldonado • Nikki Brown-Booker • Monique Harris • Aquilina Soriano • Julia Wackenheim Youth Voices Townhall 1200 Santee Street, Ste. 1200, Los Angeles CA 90015LIMITED

1:30pm

2:30pm

5:00pm

6:00pm