The Memphis Women’s Summit features local female visionaries and leaders who’ll share their expertise on a wide range of subjects — all focused on galvanizing women to elevate Memphis.
The 2020 Memphis Women’s Summit speakers will be announced in Fall 2019.
Below are the 2019 Memphis Women’s Summit speakers.
2019 KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Dominique Dawes is an Olympic Gold Medalist, three-time Olympian, brand ambassador and motivational speaker. She is the only American gymnast to medal at three different Olympic Games in the team competition and the first African-American gymnast to win an Olympic Gold medal. Dominique paved the way for other young African-American gymnasts to strive for Olympic glory, including 2012 Olympic All-Around Gold Medalist Gabrielle Douglas. At the 1996 Atlanta Games, Dominique became the first female African-American gymnast to win an individual medal, capturing bronze with her floor exercise performance, helping solidify her place in the USOC Hall of Fame.
Global Citizenship Manager, FedEx
THE POWER OF WOMEN LEADERS
Top Memphis women executives across diverse industries will come together for an informative and lively discussions about defining traits and accentuating strengths of women in leadership roles.
Evening News Anchor WMC Action News 5
Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Regional One Health
President and CEO
Associate Vice President for Educational Initiatives
University of Memphis
Girls Scouts Heart of the South
Breakout Session Speakers
New Memphis Institute
Fish & Associates
Jen Frank Coaching
West Cancer Center
NEXUS Leaders, Inc.
Nexus Class of 2017
DR. LASHAUNDA MASSEY
The Honeybee's Lifestyle
Certified Professional Coach
DR. AUDREY TOWNSEL