Last Friday, we announced confirmed workshops related to Leadership, one of seven tracks that we will explore at the Empower Summit. Whether you’re curious about what it’s really like to run for office, how Asian American women fare in leadership roles in American society, or how you can position yourself to reach the top of corporate leadership, we have something for everyone at the Empower Summit, which will be held on November 1-2 in Washington, DC.
Today, we're excited to announce confirmed workshops in the Communications track:
- Getting Your Message Across the Media: Strategies for Raising Your Voice
- Tips for Writing Impactful Op-Eds
- Inspiring with Storytelling
Stay tuned for next week’s announcement on Entrepreneurship track workshops, which will feature Carol Choi, Founder & CEO of United Exchange Corporation; Tim Hwang, Founder & CEO of FiscalNote; Michael Yang, Founder & CEO of Michael Yang Capital Management, LLC; Jim Chung, Associate Vice President for Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship at George Washington University, and many more.
See you at the Empower Summit!
The Empower Summit will include 21 unique workshops, divided along seven tracks. Check out some of our confirmed workshops on the Communications track:
Getting Your Message Across the Media: Strategies for Raising Your Voice. This workshop will explore how you can be seen and heard in the media, whether it is for yourself, your organization, or your community. Confirmed Speakers include Seth Berkman, a contributing reporter at The New York Times and Scott Wong, a senior reporter at The Hill.
Tips for Writing Impactful Op-Eds. Join us for an exclusive op-ed training workshop led by David Swerdlick of the Washington Post. David will explain the key to writing an opinion piece, the art of pitching, and the value of expressing your opinion in the written form. As an experienced editor, David will share his perspectives on what he looks for in opinions and editorials, and tricks of the trade.
Inspiring With Storytelling. Drawing on experiences from trial advocacy, lessons on leadership and persuasion from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a filmmaker’s principles on compelling storytelling, trial attorney Charles Jung will facilitate an experiential workshop on how to inspire, connect, and lead with the power of your voice. Participants will hear and practice the elements of a compelling story.