The Women's Conference 2010 | KCET
The Women's Conference 2010
With days left before voters head to the polls, both candidates for California governor will appear at the 2010 Women's Conference. We'll be streaming the entire Main Event right here from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday.
The California Governor and First Lady's Conference on Women was established in 2003, shortly after Arnold Schwarzenegger was sworn into office. Hosted annually by First Lady Maria Shriver and the governor, the multi-day event attracts an impressive lineup of high-profile women (and men) and covers a range of topics — encouraging women to start their own businesses, training and educating future women leaders, and navigating marriage and relationships among them.
This year, the "Main Event" will feature not only the candidates in the gubernatorial race, but also Michelle Obama, Laura Bush, Sandra Day O'Connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Dr. Mehmet Oz, Oprah Winfrey, Goldie Hawn, Robert Redford and many more. In the meantime, you can get more details from the Women's Conference website.
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