Monday, April 11, 2011

Women of the Green Generation Hosts their 2nd Annual Conference Celebrating Green Women Business Leaders, Eco Innovators and Conscious Decision Makers!

“The future of sustainability will depend on women” – noted eco-entrepreneur Ray Anderson. In keeping with this sentiment, on Saturday May 14, 2011 Women of the Green Generation ( will hold its second annual conference, a not to be missed one-day event held at the LA area’s premiere green venue, Marrakesh House in Culver City from 10am – 7pm.

Over 300 women and 40 green businesses will participate in this day of inspiring high-level keynotes and thought-provoking discussion panels that will touch, move and inspire those who feel called to actively participate in a much-needed evolutionary transformation of the individual self, society and our environment.

The 2nd annual conference will feature passionate and powerful speakers, panel sessions, eco spa treatments, networking opportunities, an ‘ask the experts’ forum, organic food and drink, vendor exhibits, sponsorship opportunities and much more!

Hosted at Who Killed the Electric Car? director Chris Paine’s noted green home remodel Marrakesh House, attendees will have a chance to view cutting edge modern eco design in home furnishings, appliances, and accessories while shopping for the latest in sustainable products including collections by today’s leading eco-fashion designers, and receiving the latest in eco-friendly beauty treatments.

Participating Speakers include:

- Rachelle Carson Begley – Actress and Green Living Expert, featured on “Living With Ed” on Discovery’s Planet Green
- Sophie Uliano - NY Times Best-selling author of Gorgeously Green, 8 Simple Steps to an Earth-Friendly Life and The Gorgeously Green Diet
- Ani Phyo – Eco-Lifestylist and Raw Food Author “Ani’s Raw Food Asia”
- Sarah Backhouse - TV Host, writer, producer and Anchor for The Planet 100 - a daily news show for Planet Green.
- Anna Getty - author, yoga teacher and founder Pure Style Living
- Jennifer Grayson – Environmental Journalist and Green Advice Columnist for the Huffington Post
- Jessica Iclisoy, founder and developer of California Baby, a natural organic skin care line
- And many more Speakers TBA! (check website for event itinerary)

Created by South Bay based innovator, marketer and green living entrepreneur Kris Wiley, Women of the Green Generation was formed in June of 2009 to bring together Los Angeles area women interested in starting or expanding their environmentally driven businesses. The group was an immediate success attracting dozens of women to monthly events and generating media coverage in the Los Angeles Times, CNN, and numerous blogs.

Holding an annual conference to inspire and connect women was always a goal of Wiley’s. In addition hosting the event at the Marrakesh House this year is going to please all our of our guests, Kris noted, “I am thrilled to be at such an inspiring location, its open and spacious floor plan will delight guests in all the amenities this beautiful event has to offer,” adding, “With a full day to connect and schmooze, the attendees will not only learn how to maximize their green businesses and lives, but will truly connect with one another in a deeply meaningful way.”

Advance ticket purchase is highly recommended, as space is limited. Tickets are $35 in advance or $50 at the door, if available. Tickets can be purchased at

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Sponsors and Media Partners Include: LA Car Guy – the #1 Hybrid Dealer in the Country, Go To Green LA , Recycled Bride, Healthy Bitch Daily, LA Yoga Health and Ayurveda, White Apricot, The Red White and Green, Gorgeously Green, SvS PR, Your Daily Thread, Orglamic, Green Business Networking, Golden Path Alchemy, Bites of Bliss, NicoBella Organics, Zhena's Gypsy Tea, Mink Shoes, June 15 Collection, Luna and Larry's Coconut Bliss, Genuine Hobo Sense, Zoom Kitty, RakSa, Innate Family Chiropractic, SeaSnax, Tia’s Bakery, Green Square Graphics, Hippo Works, Zukay Live Foods, Fabes Natural Bakery, Swipes, Libre Tea and more TBA.

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