This weekend (May 3-5, 2019) marks the 2nd annual Dental Impact RDH Entrepreneur Women’s Summit at Lake Rabun in Georgia! We’re excited to embark on this journey with some familiar faces and some new ones. Last year, we had an amazing group of women (pictured above) and equally amazing speakers attend the Summit. Let’s reflect on last year’s highlights and introduce our speakers attending this weekend’s event!
Last year, overlooking Lake Rabun in the picturesque North Georgia mountains, our first RDH Entrepreneur Women’s Summit began. It was a weekend of bonding, reflection, and growth. We learned a lot about ourselves and each other and made lasting connections that expanded our community of colleagues, supporters, and friends.
This year, returning to speak to our group are Dr. Uche Phillip Odiatu, author of The Miracle of Health & Fit for the LOVE of IT and April Bernal-Creek, founder of EHR Concepts. We’re excited to have them back, and even more excited to introduce our new speakers for this year: private equity lecturer and entrepreneur Steve Chamberlain, and product innovation, design and development agency CEO Justin Kifer. With this well-rounded group of speakers, including DentalPost CEO Tonya Lanthier, RDH, we will gain knowledge, perspective, and fuel our entrepreneurial fire.
Empowered women empower women. We strive to build a strong community of women who can collaborate and find guidance with one another as they begin or continue their entrepreneurial journey. Our RDH Entrepreneur Women’s Summit is focused on equipping women with the confidence, courage and drive to make their dreams a reality.
We can’t wait to see where this weekend takes us personally and professionally! If you weren’t able to sign up for this Summit, be sure to stay tuned for upcoming news from our Dental Impact Group here.
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