Wednesday, April 20, 2016

America’s Top Business Women Promote Conversation on Women’s Advancement in Atlanta, GA

Sharon Byers
ATLANTA, GA (April 20, 2016) – With all the challenges women at work face still today – how can a woman create her best career and live her best life?

The women’s business advocate brings together top leaders, including Sandy Douglas, the EVP and President of Coca-Cola, North America to answer such questions via a male perspective during the annual spring networking luncheon on May 24, 2016 from 10:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Atlanta Sheraton Hotel downtown.

Additional Panelists Include:

Sharon Byers, CDO, American Cancer Society
Jill Campbell, COO, Cox Communications
Shan Cooper, Chief Supply Chain and Technology Officer, WestRock
Opening remarks by Susan Johnson, CMO, SunTrust
Moderated by Daryn Kagan, Author, TV Anchor

Jill Campbell
Sponsors Include: The Coca-Cola Company, Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, SunTrust, Dunkin’ Brands, Inc., and Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles.

To learn more and register for Spring Event, please visit:

 In addition to the luncheon, guests will be able to network thanks to Pathbuilders and shop as W by Worth will show off stylish clothing for working women.

Now in its seventh year, PINK Spring into Success will address significant issues facing today’s working women and provide attendees opportunities to mingle and build connections. Guests will have the chance to network with other like-minded women, meet valuable contacts and contribute to the dialogue.

Shan Cooper

The event will cover topics such as negotiating pay, leaving the “comfort zone,” and working toward equality in the workplace – and in life. 

The presenters and panelists come from leadership positions at some of the country’s most respected companies and are ready to share ideas for balancing a successful career with a meaningful, beautiful, and full life.

Little PINK Book is the top events and digital platform for America’s 72 million motivated, bright working women who are eager to advance their careers and improve their lives.

Events, social media, videos, blogs, monthly newsletters and more, provide the guidance of a mentor, career coach, financial advisor, entrepreneurial expert and office style maven. See for more.

 There has never been a more important time to address such issues and spark change. Consider this:

* The pay gap, at 79 cents on the dollar, narrowed by only a penny since 2012. (DOL)

* While 85 percent of American women believe in gender equality, only 18 percent consider themselves feminists. (Vox)

* Just 31 percent of female millennials aspire to the C-Suite compared to 68 percent of older women. (Saba)

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