Sedona AZ (March 20, 2019) – WomanSpeak: Speak your truth. Change the world. Announcing the 2nd annual WomanSpeak International Festival in Sedona, Arizona on May 17-19, 2019.
The three-day event will offer women world class training on message and thought leadership development, public relations and building greater influence in community, industry and around the world.
What makes this festival different from other women’s conferences is unique practices for developing and delivering influential messaging, as well as supporting thought leaders to feel free to be fully themselves as they stand up to speak, lead and change our world. The event also showcases women’s innovative ideas in various industries.
The time has come for leadership training for women that understands the genius and intelligence of the female brain.
WomanSpeak is an inclusive organization with a widely diverse community dedicated to empowering women to unleash the brilliance of their voice with authenticity and confidence. With a mission to support women and girls in owning the value of their ideas and perspectives, WomanSpeak believes the feminine voice is KEY to creating positive transformation in our world.
2019’s festival will take place at the Sedona Performing Arts Center located on the campus of the Sedona Red Rock High School.
Mainstage & All-Access VIP Passes are now available at womanspeak.com/festival2019.
The above picture of Woman Speak displays extreme hypocrisy and thoughtfulness of the environment. It is stated “the feminine voice is KEY to creating positive transformation in our world”. Firstly, they are standing in the center of a so called medicine wheel. It is against Forest Service law to move rocks around to build them and to construct cairns/rock stacks. Rock moving and stacking harms the environment, destroys homes of tiny creatures living under them. Does the picture depicted here to promote this organization mean they support and promote this illegal behavior which is not “a spiritual” experience and is a big problem in Sedona where it began back in 1987 when the Harmonic Convergence was held here and been the motivating force behind “rock stacking” in all our National Parks and Monuments around the country. At Crescent Moon Ranch it is a big problem. People stack rocks in Oak Creek interfering with the natural flow of the Creek and the flow of water from rain where they are built on the beach and on our hiking trails. I do request most respectively that this organization desist from using the above photograph and stop promoting this extremely harmful behavior. Have you forgotten the golden rule “leave no footprint behind”? Moving rocks for your entertainment is against the law and restoring them to where you found them is still harmful to the environment, soil (sometimes protected soils) and tiny creatures. Surely you can have a spiritual experience without breaking the law of the Forest Service and be more protective of the environment. Thank you.
Joan Shannon – firstname.lastname@example.org