The morning will feature courageous women who have accomplished the unexpected, in the panel discussion, "Against All Odds". Panel participants will be: Mary Anne Ruddis, Exec. Director of the local chapter of the American Childhood Cancer Associaton, instrumental in forming parent support groups; Debi Hammel, Owner of Giggling Guest Childcare and area speaker for Donate Life, a Mom who became a highway safety activist; Kitara McClure, Multicultural Director, Spokane Community Colleges, creator of an award winining nonprofit for girls to fight gang activity; Valerie Fast Horse, Director of Information Technology, Coeur d'Alene Tribe, launched Rezkast, a $3.5 million dollar Broadband network.

Two concurrent workshops will also be presented in the morning. Chris Armstrong, Exec. Director of Anna Ogden Hall will talk about trying new skills and exercising leadership though volunteering in "The Value of Volunteering". Dr. Krista Kubiak Crotty, an expert in eating disorders will speak on nutrition and wellness in "Good to Great".

At noon there will be a luncheon, hosted by KXLY news anchor, Robyn Nance, where the highlight will be the presentation of the Sterling Savings Power Woman Award honoring a local woman in business. The announcement of the award winner will be made later this week. A lucky winner of the Grand Door Prize at the end of the Summit will receive a "Stay and Play" get-away package from the Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort.

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4th Annual Power Women's Summit Empowers Women in Business and Careers

— Don't miss this half day event on June 8th at the Mirabeau Park Hotel from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm presented by the Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce. The theme is "Strength and Courage" with keynote speaker, Diane Holmstrom, President and CEO of World FXIQ. She will share insights about personal success from her 20+ year career in sales and marketing in the technology industry. She was a sales leader, bought two companies and turned them around, all while raising 4 children. She has currently started a new company that deals in foreign exchange trading and has much to offer in her talk entitled "Venturing Out".

The morning will feature courageous women who have accomplished the unexpected, in the panel discussion, "Against All Odds". Panel participants will be: Mary Anne Ruddis, Exec. Director of the local chapter of the American Childhood Cancer Associaton, instrumental in forming parent support groups; Debi Hammel, Owner of Giggling Guest Childcare and area speaker for Donate Life, a Mom who became a highway safety activist; Kitara McClure, Multicultural Director, Spokane Community Colleges, creator of an award winining nonprofit for girls to fight gang activity; Valerie Fast Horse, Director of Information Technology, Coeur d'Alene Tribe, launched Rezkast, a $3.5 million dollar Broadband network.

Two concurrent workshops will also be presented in the morning. Chris Armstrong, Exec. Director of Anna Ogden Hall will talk about trying new skills and exercising leadership though volunteering in "The Value of Volunteering". Dr. Krista Kubiak Crotty, an expert in eating disorders will speak on nutrition and wellness in "Good to Great".

At noon there will be a luncheon, hosted by KXLY news anchor, Robyn Nance, where the highlight will be the presentation of the Sterling Savings Power Woman Award honoring a local woman in business. The announcement of the award winner will be made later this week. A lucky winner of the Grand Door Prize at the end of the Summit will receive a "Stay and Play" get-away package from the Coeur d'Alene Casino Resort.

For more information and online registration, go to www.spokanevalleychamber.org.

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