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Scenes from D CEO’s Sixth Annual Women’s Leadership Symposium

The theme for this year’s symposium was “Reframe. Reset. Reconnect.” More than 500 women gathered at the Hilton Anatole on June 29, 2022, to do just that.
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Scenes from D CEO’s Sixth Annual Women’s Leadership Symposium

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A crowd of more than 500 gathered at the Hilton Anatole on June 29 for D CEO’s sixth annual Women’s Leadership Symposium. Before breakfast and networking, attendees participated in a pre-session mindfulness meditation with Leah Frazier. Then it was on with the show, with dynamic, inspirational speakers who shared their insights and real talk about career challenges and opportunities. 

Session themes ranged from “Old Habits Die Hard: Releasing What Doesn’t Serve Us and Reshaping Our Normal” to “Redefining Your Purpose: Gaining Clarity and Reigniting Your Career Path.” Speakers included Neena Newberry of Newberry Solutions, Jennifer Bartkowski of Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas, Jennifer Carter of Executive Women’s Forums International, and Mikki Woodard of Texas Women’s Foundation. SMU’s Robin Pinkley closed the show with a rousing presentation that served as a perfect ending to a spectacular day.

Thank you to all speakers, panelists, and attendees for making this event one to remember.  

A huge thank you to our title sponsors, Amazon, Benchmark Income Group, Girl Scouts of NorthEast Texas, Munck Wilson Mandala, Samsung, Texas Women’s Foundation, Texas Woman’s University, and Truist Bank. Thank you also to our premier sponsor, The University of Texas at Arlington, and to all our wonderful signature sponsors. You made this event possible!

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