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  • Hilary Lentini

    Drawing on over 20 years of experience in the advertising and creative services industries, Hilary Lentini possesses both a creative flair and solid business acumen. She enjoys the challenge of creating unique solutions for her clients’ design needs, always resulting in original and compelling campaigns and projects that drive their objectives. Her firm operates as a virtual marketing department for non-profit, government agency, and public sector clients across the country.

  • Staci Caplan

    Staci is a California Real Estate Broker and owner of Pacific Crest Realty.

    At our local Santa Barbara Associations of REALTORS, Staci has served on the Board of Directors, on the Government Relations Committee, on Budget and Finance, and currently serves on the Multiple Listing Committee and the REALTOR Action Fund Committee, working to get other REALTORS to invest in protecting private property rights and raising awareness about issues affecting the industry.

  • Just looking at her name, it seems that Calla Gold was destined to be a jeweler. But with a background in sales, tremendous creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit, it’s clear that her success as owner of Calla Gold Jewelry is attributed to much more than her name.

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Real Professional Growth

WE WORK TO STRENGTHEN THE WEALTH-CREATING CAPACITY OF OUR MEMBERS & PROMOTE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE ENTREPRENEURIAL COMMUNITY

NAWBO-California Education Fund

NAWBO-California Education Fund, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, was formed in 2010 to expand the educational opportunities for emerging and established women entrepreneurs.

NAWBO-California leadership had the vision to create an organization for education including leadership, governance and organizational capacity.

President, Jennifer Dizon

Director, May Pon

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Creating Social Norm Change for Women Business Owners

We live in unprecedented times for women. The ugliness of gender biases and sexual harassment are increasingly coming to light. The good news is that awareness and intolerance for these old social norms are growing. I believe we are at a tipping point with opportunity to address past wrongs and change how we do business. A lot is riding on the many women (and men!) working to increase transparency and level playing fields - to create new standards for how we hold ourselves accountable as a society that values intelligence, creativity, initiative and ambition over protecting old power bases and cronyism.

Propel Your Business Conference 2018: Thanks for a great conference!

The Conference of Small Change for Extraordinary Gains

Citizen Hotel, 926 J Street, Sacramento, CA

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