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A multi generational and multi racial gathering

JWI’s 2019 Young Men's Leadership Conference

Save the Date:

Sunday, December 15, 2019
noon to 6:00 p.m.
Washington Marriott Wardman Park

JWI’s annual mentoring conference is a gathering of young women and female-identifying individuals alongside accomplished role models from across the country!

This half-day conference, which precedes JWI’s annual Women to Watch celebration, is an opportunity to learn from accomplished Jewish leaders in a variety of fields, including technology, science, entertainment, philanthropy, business, spirituality, and more. All of the featured speakers are current or former Women to Watch honorees who have made exceptional contributions in their communities and professional lives. After a series of workshops covering issues important to women today, the conference will conclude with an interactive session to solidify takeaways and action steps for professional and personal development.

Please note that this conference has value for people of all religions and backgrounds – meaning, you do not need to be Jewish to attend!

Quotable Moments from
the 2018 Conference:

“Learn from people around you. There are women who are surviving and thriving… You can learn how to survive and thrive from other women in your company. Ask what their ‘secret sauce for success’ is.”

– Addie Swartz, CEO & Creator, reacHIRE

“You have to completely own your story. You will bring and add value, I promise. Use your personal narrative and own it. Just own it.”

– D.C. Councilmember Elissa Silverman, on running for office

“Learn from people around you. There are women who are surviving and thriving… You can learn how to survive and thrive from other women in your company. Ask what their ‘secret sauce for success’ is.”

– Addie Swartz, CEO & Creator, reacHIRE

“When I tried to do it all, I lost focus. What worked for me was to identify the intersection between what I was good at, and what I was passionate about.”

– Mackenzie Barth, co-founder of Spoon University

“My pivotal moment was to step out of my comfort zone. Risk is scary, but I ask all of you to challenge yourselves.”

– Dr. Jill Saxon, senior director, professional strategy, Bausch & Lomb

“To me, taking charge means breaking rules. You think I can’t do it? Well, watch me.”

– Dr. Logan Levkoff, sexuality and relationship expert, educator, and author

“The more people you get on your side, the better you are. Try to think about positive intent. Sometimes it’s better to let someone else to shine.”

– Ellen Stone, Bravo and Oxygen Media’s EVP of Marketing, on competition

“The thing that didn’t turn out the way you thought it would isn’t always a failure.”

– Dr. Leah Greenspan Hodor, neonatologist

“Find someone to teach you and help you navigate. Someone who is a mentor, who can advocate for you.”

– Wendy Feldman Block, Senior Managing Director of real estate services firm Savills Studley

“Owning yourself and being who you are is part of your strength. Being a professional doesn’t mean you have to change who you are, but to present your best self.”

– Col. Bonnie Hartstein, Pediatric Emergency Physician; Director of the AMEDD Quality and Safety Center

“When you see a problem, do something about it. Be a creative problem solver. There is a solution to everything.”

– Julie Morgenstern, organization expert

“#MeToo is about collective power: it’s powerful in numbers, it’s very loud in person, and it’s also for the people who don’t feel comfortable and safe saying #MeToo.”

– Lori Weinstein, CEO of JWI


Black Women Rise in West Palm Beach, Florida is a multigenerational, multiracial conference featuring female speakers, entertainers, and presenters of African descent, all addressing issues of interest to black women in today’s world.

2018 Conference

Terrence Bnu

Terence is a Nationally Certified Mental Health Counselor (NCC)

Baye Muhammad

Baye Muhammad Commissioner of Neighborhood and Business Development

David Muhammad

David Muhammad is a leader in the fields of criminal justice, violence prevention, and youth development.

Tracy Williams

Tracy L. Williams, founder of the TLW Group Inc, is a social entrepreneur, real estate investor and author.

Marcus Glover

Marcus is a Partner at Southbox, an early-stage investment fund focusing in areas of high-growth technology startups and disruptive content producers.

Dr. Alim Muhammad

40 years of experience as a physician, Dr. Alim is a graduate of Case Western Reserve School of Medicine 1975.

MIchael Billion

Social entrepreneur and author, Michael Billion Is founder of Go Vita, a life enhancement company

2018 Conference Committee

Stephanie Arbetter, Dara Biton, Ari Brickman, Andrea Deck, Jenny Diamond, Rebecca Dubroff, Monica Edelman, Ashley Emery, Marissa Freeman, Allie Friedman, Shelley Greenspan, Lila Greenberg, Tiffany Harris, Maggie Herman, Susanna Lustbader, Lexi Neaman, Abby Shuster, Alyssa Weiner