Power Breakfast with Jane Wurwand, Founder of Dermalogica
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Visionary Members or Higher
Visionary and Luminary Circle Members
Icon Members or Higher
||September 20, 2012
City Hall Park
New York, NY 10007
|Online registration for this breakfast has closed. If you would like to attend, please email Sarah Kate at email@example.com
Step Up Women's Network presents a
exclusively for entrepreneurs on
Corporate Social Responsibility
founder & owner, Dermalogica
and moderated by
motivational women's lifestyle expert and founder of ClaudiaChan.com & S.H.E. Summit Week
Location to be announced to registrants.
one who organizes, manages & assumes the risk of a
business or enterprise
This Power Breakfast is reserved for Icon+ members who either run their own business or are in the position to initiate social change within their organization.
Not an entrepreneur? Don't worry! We have another Power Breakfast just weeks away!
The morning will include:
a light breakfast
the opportunity to network with fellow Step Up Icon+ members
a candid and intimate discussion with Jane Wurwand
the chance to shop Dermalogica products with 30% off retail products and a gift with purchase
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About Jane Wurwand
As the Founder and Owner of Dermalogica and The International Dermal Institute post graduate training centers, Jane Wurwand is recognized worldwide as a key innovator who not only developed the industry’s number one professional brand, but who has changed the nature of the skin care profession itself through her example and leadership. Today, Dermalogica is used by more than 100,000 skin therapists in over 80 countries around the world.
Through her work in many areas of philanthropy, education and women’s business development, Jane now champions her brand, via The Dermalogica Foundation, to create and support similar opportunities for women in other professions through a hand up, not a hand out. Jane shares the view that the future for world-economy depends upon the ability for women, especially marginalized women, to financially support themselves and their children. In January 2011, in partnership with Kiva.org, Jane launched a global initiative to empower women worldwide called joinFITE – Financial Independence Through Entrepreneurship. The first microlending Web site that solely focuses on women entrepreneurs, joinFITE will help a minimum of 25,000 women to start or grow a business in over 60 countries around the world.
Jane actively participates in organizations which empower women and girls including national non-profit, Step Up Women’s Network and the National Association of Women Business Owners, which named Jane “Business Woman of the Year” in Los Angeles in 2009. The following year, Jane gave the Keynote Address for the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship Regional Youth Business Plan Competition, hosted by the University of Southern California (USC). She is also a member of the Board of the Price Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Anderson School of Business Management, and is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative.
contact Sarah Kate at 646.833.3025 or firstname.lastname@example.org