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Women in Wine Oregon Announces Full Schedule for July 19 Conference, July 2, 2015. Portland, OR. Women in Wine Oregon announced today the full schedule for its July 19 conference, Women in Wine Oregon Presents: Women in Wine, Women in Business. The full lineup of speakers is as follows:

What happens when you combine Oregon’s love of wine with their love of food? You get a great conference like the one that Women in Wine Oregon (WiWO) is hosting, as they announce the full schedule for their July 19 conference, entitled “Women in Wine Oregon: A Celebration of Food and Wine.”


The virtual conference invites national speakers and panelists who are committed to the inclusion and advancement of women in leadership.

Portland, Ore. (May 4, 2021) – Women in Wine: Fermentation for Change Oregon, a nonprofit organization that promotes the engagement and advancement of women in leadership, announces the full agenda for its one-day conference on Monday the 19th. July, familiar. Under the theme 2021 Connect and Grow, the virtual event offers a full program of panels and workshops that provide opportunities for personal and professional growth. Tickets are on sale now and available here.

Women in Wine Oregon, established in 2019, amplifies the voices of women and promotes women leaders in the wine and beverage industry. Although the event is originally from Oregon, the annual Women in Wine conference draws a national audience and an array of speakers and panelists from various industries.

The conference at 19. July events feature internationally renowned speakers, including a daytime lecture with Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love, and discussions led by industry experts including Corinna Iozzio, editor of Popular Science magazine, and Jennifer Pinto, vice president of organizational effectiveness at Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits.

The conference will begin with a presentation by Christy Kerr, professional golfer and owner of a vineyard, followed by two panels: Fair engagement for diversity and local change; Global transformation: Climate change implications. Two seminars will be held simultaneously in the afternoon: Knowledge level (approximate) : From reaction to reaction and finding courage and cooperation in conflicts.

In the afternoon, writer Kate Dixon presents a session on equal pay entitled Pay Up: Negotiate your complete package, followed by a panel moderated by Julia Coney, author and editor of VinePair. A busy day is concluded with a happy hour of conviviality.

Tickets include access to all events, recording of all sessions after the event and access to the online forum. The program is presented below and the full list of speakers is available here.

After a year of physical absence and repeating routine, we are all hungry for networking and opportunities for professional and personal development, said Meredith McGough, president of Women in Wine Oregon. That’s what this event offers: a day rich in practical tools and speakers who are sure to inspire you. Our goal is to provide greater access to women and men who share our desire to empower women leaders in the wine and beverage industry.

Scholarships are available for this one-day event. For more information, visit the Women in Wine website. The nonprofit has also established a one-year mentoring program to support the long-term growth of the industry.

Tickets for Women in Wine go on sale today, Tuesday the 4th. May, on sale at a discount ($89 per person) during Oregon Wine Month (May) and for groups of six or more. General admission prices ($99 per person) start at the first. June.

For the full program, visit the Women in Wine website.

Women in Wine Oregon Communication and Growth, 19. July 2021.

Welcome address by Christy Kerr, professional golfer, winery owner and philanthropist.

An honest commitment to diversity with Amelia Ransom, Senior Director of Engagement and Diversity at Avalara.

Presenter – Jennifer Pinto, Vice President of Organizational Effectiveness – HR, Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits

Local changes; global transformation : Implications for Climate Change Moderator – Corinna Iozzio, Editor-in-Chief, Popular Science, p. : Julia Jackson, second generation owner, Jackson Family Wines; Kathy Jackson, senior vice president corporate social responsibility, Jackson Family Wines; Jan Klaus, senior global cities fellow, Chicago Council on Global Affairs.

A conversation with writer Elizabeth Gilbert, led by Kate Payne-Brown, winemaker at Stoller Family Estate.

Workshops (participants may choose one, but both will be recorded and distributed) :

  • Accessibility awareness : Reaction to comment with Brenda Jacobsen, president of Mindful.org/LifeXT
  • Finding Courage and Working Together in Conflict with Kathy Mott, author, executive coach, speaker, facilitator and coach.

Pay for it: Negotiate a full-service package with Kate Dixon, author of Pay Up!

Electric panel

Evaluated by Julia Coney, author and editor of VinePair, with: April Alejandro, Vice President, Multicultural Center of Excellence, Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits; Michael Silacci, Winemaker, Opus One Winery; Lisa Schroeder, Owner, Mother’s Bistro
Sofia Torres, Co-Founder and Vice President, AHIVOY


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