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LOS ANGELES, Oct. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly 14,000 women will be gathering today at the sold-out Women's Conference 2007, the nation's premier forum for women, held again this year at the Long Beach Convention Center. Began more than twenty years ago as a small government initiative for professional women, California First Lady Maria Shriver has transformed the event into an iconic destination for world opinion leaders, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, visionaries, spiritual figures, authors, journalists, and women from all walks of life to realize their potential to become "architects of change."
"The non-partisan Women's Conference is where the world's greatest hearts and minds come together to shed light on the timely topics that matter to women today and the key concerns that matter to them every day," said Shriver. "If you want to know what women from all backgrounds and lifestyles are doing, thinking, feeling, saying, reading, watching and buying, The Women's Conference is the place to find out."
Shriver shaped this year's conference theme -- "Remarkable Lives.
Remarkable Legacies. What's Yours?" -- to encourage women to consider and
actively create the legacies they will leave to the world. A lineup of more
than 50 world-renowned speakers will share their own thoughts on legacy
creation, and offer the women in attendance the tools and resources,
inspiration and motivation to look inside themselves, identify the legacies
they want to leave, and commit to creating
|SOURCE The Women's Conference 2007|
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