Professional BusinessWomen of California Reschedules 31st Annual Conference

With the CDC’s latest recommendations and the City of San Francisco’s mandates, the Professional BusinessWomen of California (PBWC) has rescheduled its 31st Annual Conference to August 11th, 2020.

PBWC is one of the largest women’s organizations with a diverse community of more than 42,000 professionals worldwide. While planning this year’s Conference, PBWC closely monitored the evolving situation and considered several options. “We are deeply disappointed, but the safety and well-being of PBWC’s community is paramount,” says PBWC Executive Director, Christina DeSantis. “What makes our Conference so special is the energy that’s created from learning with and from each other, the high impact networking that breaks down silos and the interpersonal connections made across gender, race and identity.”

“We are fortunate that a change in the date will not change the spirit, inspiration or experience we are all seeking at the 31st Annual Conference,” DeSantis continued. “From the extraordinary speakers, to the incredible discussions, powerful learnings and inspiring connections, we will be back on August 11th…#ForGood.”

All tickets purchased for April 14, 2020 will be honored on August 11th. Any ticket holders who are unable to attend on the 11th may transfer their ticket up to two weeks before the new Conference date. Registration is currently on hold and will reopen soon.