‘NoMeanGirls:’ Conference Aims to Empower Women Leaders

The inaugural three-day event from Plaid For Women also will encourage attendees to stand up for, and support, other women.


Sometimes, women trying to interact with other women can lead to some spite and snarkiness. But, Plaid for Women, a digital media company, doesn’t buy it.

To prove it, the women-oriented company is bringing its National #NoMeanGirls Conference to Dallas. The inaugural three-day event is geared to empower attendees on a personal and professional level, while encouraging them to stand up for, and support, other women. This unique conference takes place Oct. 6-8 at the Dallas Marriott City Center, 650 N. Pearl St. in Dallas.

The weekend will provide plenty of information about being your best self, through workshops, presentations, and keynotes – both in-person and from New York, Los Angeles, and Austin. Scheduled speakers are Cortney Baker, Texas Business Woman of the Year and CEO of KidsCare Therapy as well as Mica May, founder and CEO of May Designs.

An opening-night cocktail reception on Friday will kick off the event, some highlights of which will include a Thelma and Louise-themed Pajama Party, and a Plaid “Estrogen Express” networking lunch.

A Saturday morning diversity panel will focus on representatives from all walks of life; African-American, Hispanic, LGBT, and Muslim.

The conference wraps up Sunday with a brunch featuring keynotes Tracey Trottenberg and George Kansas, who will discuss “Awakening the Divine Feminine Leader You Were Born to Be.” The event will close with a “Be Your Highest Self” closing ceremony and a surprise guest.

Packed between the main events will be 18 breakout sessions focused on personal and professional self-development. #NoMeanGirls lets you leave your snark at the door, while opening yourself up to kindness, support, and encouragement.

See a full schedule of events and register by visiting nomeangirls.com/register.

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