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Watermark Leadership Conference Set for July 22 at Intuit

Monday, June 27, 2016  
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Mary Thorsby
Vice President, Marketing and Events
Twitter: @wtrmrk

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. – June 27, 2016 – Watermark invites the community to the Watermark Leadership Conference, featuring Keynote speakers Jeffrey Hayzlett and Ruth Sherman, as well as a panel of female talent and an interactive workshop, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Friday, July 22, at Intuit, in Mountain View, Calif.

What: Community event featuring keynote speakers Jeffrey Hayzlett, one of the most influential thought leaders in business today, author and former Fortune 100 CMO; and Ruth Sherman, author, speaker and strategic communications consultant.  Creating and Managing Powerful Teams panel featuring Nikita T. Mitchell (Senior Manager, Strategy & Planning, for Cisco), Felicia Mayo (Vice President, Global Talent Acquisition and Diversity for Juniper Networks), Christine Heckart (Senior Vice President, Ecosystems and Chief Marketing Officer for Brocade) and Amee Cooper (Senior Director, PMO and Change Management at VMware) along with an interactive Unconscious Bias; Unconscious Power Dynamics workshop with Monique Tallon, CEO of Highest Path Consulting.

When: 8:30 a.m.- 3 p.m., Friday, July 22

Where: Intuit, Building 9, 2600 Casey, Mountain View

Tickets: Tickets must be purchased in advance at Prices range from $60-$135.

Why: The Watermark Leadership Conference is designed with the next generation of female talent in mind – recognized by their managers and peers as having high potential for advancement. We’re combining well-known, engaging and inspirational leadership speakers, panelists and an interactive workshop – all with a special twist. Participants will complete an Insights leadership assessment prior to the conference, and as part of the conference, they'll learn how their leadership style will get them to the next level.

About Watermark

Watermark is the leading community of top women executives, entrepreneurs and emerging executives in the San Francisco Bay Area whose mission is to increase the number of women in leadership positions. The membership organization connects, develops and advocates for the advancement of women in the workplace by offering regular leadership development programs and networking opportunities and promoting gender diversity and equality initiatives. Watermark supports girls’ leadership programs, as well, to help build a well-qualified workforce for the future.