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Dear Community Leader:

Mujer a Mujer inspires, motivates and supports women in achieving their personal, professional and educational goals.

We offer conferences, workshops, retreats and special events that bring women together to learn from our dynamic presenters and from each other.

We will be hosting our 1st Annual Latina Leadership Conference on Saturday, November 4, 2006 at The National Hispanic University in San Jose, CA. Our conference partners include: The National Hispanic University (NHU), Choices for Children, The Provider Training Resource and Activity Center (PTRAC), Go Kids, Inc, The Smart Start Program of San Jose and Gavilan College.

This year’s conference theme is "Leaders Developing Leaders". We feel that every mother, grandmother, foster mother, aunt, godmother, provider and teacher that cares for young children has a significant role in developing our next generation of leaders. Each woman in her own right is a Leader and Teacher. We also feel that in order to give our best as women, we must invest in ourselves personally, professionally, intellectually and spiritually. We will be offering workshops that focus on personal and professional development and workshops that focus on a variety of child development topics.

We are expecting 300-400 home care providers, preschool teachers, individuals who care for young children and community women at this all day event that will be presented completely in Spanish. The conference will be held from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and includes three workshops, a community resources and vendor fair, keynote speakers, and networking luncheon. The registration fee for the conference is $50.00. Participants have the option of purchasing a ½ unit of college credit from NHU for attending the event.

We hope you will assist us by promoting our event. Attached is a conference registration form. Please feel free to copy it and distribute it to your community of learners.

We want to thank you for investing in women and transforming generations!

In service,

Elizabeth Ramirez Sharpe, M.Ed.