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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 from women-owned restaurants 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.

SPEAKERS at the USOW SUMMIT
For both days, if you see that some sessions don’t have a full slate of speakers - don’t fret! Invites are out and lots of busy women are checking their schedules.
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Saturday, May 5
 

8:00am

9:00am

11:20am

12:35pm

1:50pm

3:05pm

4:20pm

7:30pm

 
Sunday, May 6
 

9:00am

Social Impacts on Women's Health Equity Community Room at Mark Ridley-Thomas Exposition Park Constituent Service CenterLIMITEDAbbe 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 TowerFILLINGLivier Gutierrez • Keyonna Keith • Emma Mayerson • Alejandra Valenzuela Athletes as Activists West HollywoodLIMITEDScout Bassett • Celeste Bell • Dr. Kimberly Clay • Liz Loza Empowered Civic Engagement Panel Arts District - Downtown LALIMITED La Lucha Sigue: Where Black and Brown Power Unite! The People's HallLIMITED Lead Like a Boss: Clarify & Communicate your Leadership Vision Industrious DTLAFULLJenn Addison • Emilie Aries • Emi Kamemoto • Jennifer Maddleblat Leveraging Local Boards and Commissions to Build Progressive Social Movements Liberty Hill FoundationFULLJenny Punsalan Delwood • Joanna Kabat No Gender Justice without Racial Justice United WayFILLINGSamantha Paige Davis • Cynthia Heard Self-Care for Freedom Fighters University of Southern CaliforniaFULLJewel Bush • Sandria M. Washington She Can Have It All: Rise of The Artist-Entrepreneur Workshop California African American MuseumIris Gomez • Cristina Pacheco • Anasa Troutman Sheroes of Organizing: Community Organizing 101 ALLIESLIMITEDAlexis Conavay • Kevin Lane • Traci Wile The “Just Get It” Series Presents: Lead From Within West HollywoodFULLCourtney A. Seard Ways State and Local Elected Officials Can Advance Women’s Rights in 2018 Downtown Los AngelesFULL What The Tech?! A Crash Course for Tech-Curious Changemakers & Community Organizers To Be AnnouncedLIMITEDShanise Barona • Brenda Jin • Arelia Jones • Corinne Warnshuis Entrepreneurial Empowerment: Female Founders and Access to Opportunities University of Southern CaliforniaFULLElissa 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

1:00pm

LEGALIZE EQUALITY, Documentary Short Film + Panel Mount St. Mary's College - Rose Hills AuditoriumLIMITED Creativity As a Force to Reimagine the World California African American MuseumLIMITEDMichelle DuBois • Oge Egbuonu • Deborah Santana • Anasa Troutman Equity and Allies in Hollywood: The Role of Men Viacom HeadquartersLIMITEDKent Alterman • Tara Schuster Women Who Influence: Being driven by Purpose, not Position Petty Cash TaqueriaFULL #MeToo, Now What? Solutions to End Sexual Violence University of Southern CaliforniaLIMITEDEmma 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 SpaceLIMITEDLeticia 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 CaliforniaLIMITEDIrene Shin Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network and National Domestic Workers Alliance To Be AnnouncedLIMITED How to Start or Join a Women's Giving Circle or PAC Liberty Hill FoundationFULL La Lucha Da Energía (The Struggle Gives You Energy): Our Experiences as Trans Women of Color and the Journey Toward Liberation Family Room at APAITLIMITEDRaffi 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 HQFILLINGMartha Dina Argüello • Marissa Chan The Future of Work is Female | Re-designing the Modern Workplace for a United State of Women University of Southern CaliforniaFULL Youth Voices Townhall Downtown Los AngelesLIMITED

1:30pm

2:30pm

6:00pm