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Tough Talk w/ Tony G. Guest Michele Mattia/Jennifer Wilkov

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Michele Mattia & Jennifer Wilkov

Get Your Voice On: A Celebration of Women,’ a carefully orchestrated and uniquely fortifying 36-hour event scheduled for New York City, March 1 - 2, 2013. This inaugural gathering, where throngs of women will create powerful relationships, find and raise their voices to make a difference, locally and globally, is also the kickoff for a planned ten-year program of groundbreaking capability- and awareness-building activities, shared experiences, and events which will be held in midtown Manhattan during the first weekend in March, through the year 2022. The ambitious undertaking grew out of the March 8, 2011 gatherings that celebrated the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day. Despite all that has been done so far, by and on behalf of women’s interests, no program or project in support of the world’s women has ever been as grandly conceived and socially purposeful as Get Your Voice On, a grass-roots collaboration between attendees and a roster of thoughtfully selected presenters, vendors, sponsors, and partners. Among its other benefits, ‘Get Your Voice On: A Celebration of Women’ provides an unmatched opportunity for women to marshal their own interests, agendas, skills, and passions in order to: • Celebrate the past, present and future of women’s voices: all ages and cultures • Connect with like-minded individuals in support of mutually-aligned interests, passions and values • Collaborate on ideas, missions, visions, philosophies, businesses and causes, to generate more positive local and global impact • Create a well-defined path toward a future filled with women’s acceptance everywhere, effectiveness, accomplishment, and freedom to speak up and speak out 

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