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14,000 Women Join California First Lady Maria Shriver for The Women's Conference 2007
Date:10/23/2007

ng fascinating and news-making people to speak at the conference, Shriver has also worked to produce a "conference with a conscience" that will leave a legacy of its own. Through its ongoing community leadership projects and charitable initiatives, The Women's Conference seeks to recognize and reward extraordinary women, inspire leadership in young women, encourage community service, champion environmental responsibility, promote healthy and active lifestyles, and support women and families throughout California and around the world.

Once again, The Women's Conference 2007 will be capped off by the 4th annual presentation of the Minerva Awards. Created by Shriver in 2004, the Minerva Awards have become the country's most prestigious awards for women. Named after the Roman Goddess, Minerva, who graces the California State Seal, the award honors remarkable California women who have stepped forward in the spirit of Minerva and changed their state and their country with their courage, their strength and their wisdom. The 2007 Minerva Awards will be granted to the following women who have created lasting legacies that they are passing on: The Honorable Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives; Sweet Alice Harris, Founder and Executive Director of Parents of Watts; Maureen Pennington, Senior Nurse, Director Medical Services, Naval Medical Center San Diego; and Christy Porter, Founder and Executive Director of Hidden Harvest in the Coachella Valley of California. Shriver has expanded the awards this year to extend beyond California to honor a trailblazing woman who has positively impacted the U.S. and world. This year, that award will be presented to Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Executive Vice President of the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation and Founder and Honorary Chair of Special Olympics International, who is receiving a Minerva Award for Lifetime Achievement for her tireless efforts to improve the lives of intellectually disabled people. The Minerva Aw
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