A Day of Health, Wellness & Transformation







OPENING SESSION: IT’S TIME! Be an Architect of Change
8:30am - 10:00am

Terrace Theater

MC: Giselle Fernandez, President, F Squared Enterprises

First Lady Maria Shriver
Her Holiness Shinso Ito,
Head of The Shinnyo Sangha
Deepak Chopra, Founder, The Chopra Foundation


Break 10:00am - 10:30am

10:30am - 11:30am

Terrace Theater

IT’S TIME! Lead Like a Woman
Women have a unique style of leadership. It’s more inclusive, more collaborative. It’s present in the workplace and at home. But sometimes women leaders worry too much about their “weakness.” Stop worrying about your humanness with Elizabeth Lesser, co-founder of the Omega Institute, and learn from Oscar-winner Sally Field about women around the world putting their humanness into action and being empowered through Vital Voices.

Host: Nancy McFadden, Senior Vice President & Senior Advisor to the Chairman & CEO, PG&E Corporation

Sally Field
, Actress, Vital Voices Activist
Elizabeth Lesser
, Co-Founder, Omega Institute


Center Theater

IT’S TIME! Be a Healthy Woman, Savvy Advocate and Strategic Caregiver
The doctor is in. Often seen on Good Morning America, Dr. Savard is one of the most trusted voices on women’s health and patient empowerment. Her latest book, Ask Dr. Marie: Straight Talk and Reassuring Answers to Your Most Private Questions, combines opinions with important medical facts. In Passages and other best-sellers, Gail Sheehy has chronicled the stages of life all of us experience and changed the way we think about them. Using the foundation of her own experience with her husband, her latest book is Passages in Caregiving.

Host: Pam Kehaly, President, Anthem Blue Cross
Moderator: Juju Chang, Good Morning America News Anchor

Dr. Marie Savard, MD, Author of Ask Dr. Marie & Good Morning America Medical Contributor
Gail Sheehy, Best-Selling Author


Seaside Ballroom

IT’S TIME! Negotiate Effectively at Work and at Home
The Shark Tank’s Daymond John, branding expert and creator of FUBU fashions, is a street-wise and sometimes unconventional negotiator. He credits part of his success in founding FUBU with “negotiating from ignorance.” A key to effective negotiation, John says, is paying attention to our personal brand because every day, we advertise our character, our passion, our integrity –
ourselves – at home and at work. Sharpening that brand – knowing where you’re coming from – drives success.

Host: Darren Hardy, Publisher & Editorial Director, SUCCESS Magazine

Daymond John, CEO, FUBU The Collection, Branding Expert, Author


Pick Up Lunch Sponsored by Jamba Juice 11:30am - 12:00pm

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Terrace Theater

IT’S TIME! Take Action in Your Own Life

First Lady Maria Shriver
Giselle Fernandez, President, F Squared Enterprises
James D. White, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Jamba Juice
Jan Miller, President & Founder, Depree, Miller, & Associates
Martha Beck, Author, Life Coach
Mary Ann Wasil Nilan, Author, A Diary of Healing, Executive Director & Founder, The Get In Touch Foundation




Break 1:00pm - 1:30pm


1:30pm - 2:30pm

Terrace Theater

IT’S TIME! Leverage the Web to Get Ahead
Career and lifestyle are intertwined. Both require intelligent networking to know where you are and where you want to go. Tory Johnson, founder of Women For Hire and its career expos, discusses the importance of making connections in
her new book, Fired to Hired. Glamour dubs Johnson the "raise fairy godmother" for helping women ask for -- and get – higher wages. Sonia Alleyne, Black Enterprise’s editorial director, writes about both career and lifestyle as well as health, tourism and fashion news.

Host: Leslie Dance, Director and Vice President of Brand Marketing and Communications, Eastman Kodak Company

Sonia Alleyne, Editorial Director, Black Enterprise Magazine
Tory Johnson
, CEO, Women For Hire, Workplace Contributor, Good Morning America     


Center Theater

IT’S TIME! Find Your Frank and Fearless Voice
A ground-breaking researcher in the moral development of girls, Dr. Carol Gilligan insists women are more inclined to think in terms of caring and relationships while men think in terms of rules and justice. In this session, Donna Karan, designer and founder of Urban Zen, will participate with our audience in a writing exercise, lead by Dr. Gilligan, that helps you unleash the frank and fearless voice that you developed but may have lost while going from adolescence to adulthood.

Host: Kristin Gibbs, General Manager of Marketing, North America, Lighting Division, General Electric

Carol Gilligan, University Professor, New York University
Donna Karan, Fashion Icon, Philanthropist


Seaside Ballroom

IT’S TIME! Tips For a Successful Love Life
Love lives don’t have to be driven entirely by chance. Love can be learned. The former editor-in-chief of Psychology Today, Dr. Robert Epstein, can help you build solid, lasting relationships. The key to a healthy love relationship, Epstein says, is commitment, realistic expectations, intimate knowledge, and essential relationship skills.

Host: Nadine Schiff, Writer, Producer

Dr. Robert Epstein, Author, Professor


Break 2:30pm - 3:00pm

3:00pm - 5:00pm

Terrace Theater

IT’S TIME! Turn Your Life into One That Matters Using Everything You’ve Learned Today

First Lady Maria Shriver

Tony Robbins, Entrepreneur, Author, Peak Performance Strategist




* Speakers and Program Subject to Change