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Compton Mayor, Aja Brown

North County African American Women’s Conference, April 30, 2016

Escondido CA— The NCAAWA Women’s Conference-Mind, Body, and Spirit builds upon our mission to provide a support network through education, health awareness and life skills programs for women and girls in San Diego North County.

Speakers include:

Aja Brown who made history as the City of Compton’s youngest elected Mayor at the age of 31. A national trailblazer, Mayor Brown’s “New Vision for Compton” is a revitalization strategy centered on 12 key principles that focus on family values, quality of life, economic development and infrastructual growth.

Nate Howard, motivational speaker, poet, educator and social entrepreneur, founded Movement BE, a nonprofit organization that creates curriculum to help young people discover their voice and their story. The mission of “tell your story before they do” has directly impacted thousands of students throughout southern California.

Starla Lewis, Mistress of Ceremonies, is a transformational speaker and life coach who has developed lectures and facilitated seminars in Cultural Diversity, Life Mastery and Women Empowerment, both nationally and internationally, for 40+ years.

This conference is designed to appeal to a broad range of women including teens, young adults, women of various backgrounds and ethnicity seeking to improve their position in life. You will enjoy our informative keynote speakers, interactive workshops and our stylish market place where artisans showcase a splendid array of products. Workshops feature work-life balance, financial planning, personal empowerment, professional development, life and spiritual wellness.

The conference is Saturday, April 30,2016, 8 A.M. – 3 P.M., Escondido Center for the Arts, 340 North Escondido Blvd., Escondido, CA, Cost -$75 includes Continental breakfast, Lunch, Parking. View the  conference brochure [here] To Register go to: www.ncaawa.org or call (760) 978-6534