Enricher Conference


Apr. 26 2017, Published 8:00 p.m. ET

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COST: free

VENUE: Atlanta Tech Village

ADDRESS: 3423 Piedmont Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30305, USA

EnrichHER is an engaging bi-annual event that serves as a resource for networking and educating female entrepreneurs on business resources and topics that enhance their individual success. The goal is to unify women business owners with government agencies and community organizations that support them.

EnrichHer is an initiative developed by Dr. Roshawnna Novellus, with the support of Atlanta City Council President Ceasar C. Mitchell and his “Back to Business” program. EnrichHER will be an evening of sharing, learning and leading. The program includes networking, panel discussions, a keynote address, and the business pitch competition.

Dr. Novellus will share the stage with Lisa Nicole Cloud, founder, Women’s Empowerment Network and serial-entrepreneur; Abigail Trembel, president, Randstad; Kimberly Blackwell, advisor, PMM & NBWC; Susan Oh, managing partner, Telemundo; Veronica Maldonado-Torres, program director, Georgia Protege Project; Genevieve Bos, managing partner,Thought Capital; and Rashan Ali, multi-media personality. Judges for the business pitch competition will include: Grace Fricks, president, Access to Capital For Entrepreneurs; Theia Washington, executive director, Women's Entrepreneurship Initiative; and Dina Marto, founder of Twelve Studios.

Tickets, panelist bios, and vendor opportunity information are available online at, To join the conversation follow the hashtag #EnrichHER on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

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