The Mid-America Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to the Sixth Annual Business Equality Conferenceon Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at theFederal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
The theme of our Conference is Decision Points. Presenters will share the lessons they learned from pivotal decisions in their careers and how those lessons transformed their personal and professional lives.
We are thrilled to announce that James Nowlin, CEO and founder of executive consulting firm, Excel Global Partners and author of The Purposeful Millionaire, will serve as our Keynote Presenter. A near-death boating accident forced then 31-year-old James Nowlin to take a long hard look in the mirror. As a result of what he calls his “awakening,” this already self-made millionaire and respected CEO reshaped his perspective and reprioritized his life. He will share the four-part formula he used to transform his life into one of abundance and purposefulness. James challenges people to shift their thoughts of self-doubt and fear into ones of certainly and teaches them how to attract abundant personal and business relationships.
Soon we will announce our other speakers, presenters and informative breakout sessions.
The Conference will conclude with an opportunity to mingle, discuss and network with other conference attendees prior to theNovember B2B Networkwhich will also be held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Mid-America GLCC Members can attend the conference for only $75 and Non-Members can attend for $125. Register early and secure your seat today!
Due to the Federal Reserve Bank's security policy, you must pre-register to attend the conference.
Please pre-register by clicking on the register button at the top of the page. Please note that registration closes Thursday, October 26th at noon.
Special thanks to Adam Gebhardt, Kendall Seal and Georgiane Hayhow for serving as Co-Chairs of the Conference.
The Mid-America GLCC is a proud affiliate of the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce.