You’ll find plenty of the above at the Omega Women’s Leadership Center conference taking place September 27-29, "Women & Power: Gathering Our Strength."
"The question is not if women should and can be powerful in all spheres of human activity. We know we should and we know we can," Omega Institute and Omega Women's Leadership Center co-founder Elizabeth Lesser says. "The question, rather, is this: Can women do power differently? Can we use our power to heal and help and change the world for the better?"
Attendees will hear from #metoo founder Tarana Burke and New York Times best-selling author Roxane Gay, meet New York Women’s Foundation president and CEO Ana L. Oliveira, and Alliance of Families for Justice executive director Soffiyah Elijah, to name just four of more than 24 presenters.
Workshops will help you hone your skills in areas such as leadership, public speaking, stress reduction, creativity or community building; you can take a lesson in tai chi or meditation, or walk the trails and gardens on Omega’s 250-acre campus. Included in your stay are three meals per day in Omega’s dining hall where the emphasis is on sustainable, nutrient-dense, artisanal, whole-foods. All weekend long you’ll be nourishing yourself , and connecting with women from near and far who want to do power differently.
Tiered pricing is offered for “Women & Power: Gathering Our Strength” tuition is $295 - $425+ room and board; visit eOmega.org or call 877-944-2002 / 845-256-8144 to find out more.