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Rachael Ray Inspires Audience at Texas Conference for Women
Austin Hosts Thousands at State’s Largest Gathering for Women
Austin, TX - “Respect the opportunity that you have, and honor that,” celebrity chef, author and business woman Rachael Ray told 5,000 attendees at the 14th annual Texas Conference for Women. Noting that she comes from a family of extremely hard workers who inspired her career, Ray encouraged Conference-goers to pursue their own interests with passion. “Don’t be afraid of hard work,” she said. “And if you have great business skills use them to give back to your community.” In addition to her Food Network program and her lifestyle magazine Every Day with Rachael Ray, Ray is the founder of Yum-O! a nonprofit organization to empower children and their families to develop healthy relationships with food and cooking. Read More
How can we take control when things are difficult, and how can we create the life that we envision? In our free tele-class, author Laura Munson walks us through a series of powerful questions to help raise self-awareness and be able to: Read More
Looking to take your career to the next level at the Texas Conference for Women? Prepare yourself to take advantage of every opportunity on-site, and listen to tips as speaker Tory Johnson interviews Kelli Keough, Senior Vice President, Client Experience at Charles Schwab. Kelli shares her own career path and what she looks for when she’s hiring new people. Click the arrow below to listen to the 15-minute interview. Read More