Friday, March 23 | 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Admission Includes*

Luxury Swag Bag**

Keynote Speakers & Panel Discussions

Vendor Village

Morning coffee bar with pastries


Afternoon Dessert Bar

*details subject to change without notice
**while supplies last


Lesia Cartelli - The Many Faces of Resilience

PEOPLE's Hero of the Week
Founder, Angel Faces

"When Lesia Cartelli was 9 years old, she was severely burned in a gas explosion at her grandparents’ home in East Detroit.

She’d been playing in the basement with her cousin when the gas leak ignited, blasting many of the nine family members who were inside the house across the street. Cartelli, who was buried in rubble, climbed out of the destruction on her own, crawling outside to roll in the dirt and snow to put out the flames on her small body." Read her full story on PEOPLE


Kim Coles

Kim Coles - Your Stories are Powerful, Amazing, and YOURS

Actress, Comedienne, Author, Playwright

Best known for her five-season turn as the unforgettable “Synclaire” on FOX’s ground-breaking comedy series, Living Single, KIM COLES has starred in numerous hit television programs including Frasier, Six Feet Under, In Living Color, One on One and the uproarious TBS comedy series 10 Items Or Less. She was the co-host of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show, In the Loop with iVillage and has been a guest co-host for various shows, including The View and Good Day Live. She was the host of BET’s My Black is Beautiful, a show that was part of a national initiative sponsored by Proctor & Gamble celebrating the diverse, collective beauty of African-American women. Read More


Edith Eger - The Choice: Embrace the Possible

Auschwitz Survivor

Edith Eger was sixteen years old when the Nazis came to her hometown in Hungary and took her Jewish family to an interment center and then to Auschwitz. Her parents were sent to the gas chamber by Joseph Mengele soon after they arrived at the camp. Hours later Mengele demanded that Edie dance a waltz to “The Blue Danube” and rewarded her with a loaf of bread that she shared with her fellow prisoners. These women later helped save Edie’s life. Edie and her sister survived Auschwitz, were transferred to the Mauthausen and Gunskirchen camps in Austria, and managed to live until the American troops liberated the camps in 1945 and found Edie in a pile of dying bodies... More Info


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Corrie Mays

Captain Corrie Mays - Dream Big

Blue Angel #8

Corrie was selected for the United States Navy Blue Angels in July 2014 and joined the team in September 2014 as Blue Angel #8, where she served as the Events Coordinator and Squadron Naval Flight Officer. Not only was she one of the few to represent the United States Marine Corps, she was responsible for coordinating all Blue Angel related items for 130 flight demonstrations, multiple high visibility flyovers including Super Bowl 50, and planning over 350 community events across the country. She has accumulated nearly 1,000 flight hours and earned various unit and personal awards. Read More