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|May 9, 2013
FFI Northern California Regional Event
“Mayday! Identifying Emerging Personal Security Concerns: Protecting Affluent Families from Today's Evolving Risks"
The panelists will highlight evolving personal security concerns from cyber, hackers and social media, to kidnap & ransom, travel protocols, disaster recovery and more!
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|May 16, 2013
Join Women’s Initiative in celebrating 25 Years of Empowering Women Entrepreneurs at our annual Gala!
This will be one of the most inspirational events you will attend all year. The evening will highlight 25 years of achievements of Women’s Initiative graduates while raising much-needed funds to support our work. Your participation will make the dream of business ownership a reality for hundreds of high-potential, low-income women.
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|May 22, 2013
10:00am - 11:00am
You Aren't The Boss of Me & Other Flashbacks from Childhood Sibling Partnerships - They Actually Can Work
In this webinar you will learn:The impact a strong patriarch has on a sibling team. The solution to the dreaded triangulation problem often encountered by sibling teams. How to determine if your sibling sees the world differently than you and how that impacts your working relationship. How to ensure spouses are a source of strength and not a constant problem. How to resolve challenges around compensation. How power & authority need to be handled differently in the second generation than it was in the first generation. The value of a Board of Directors to a sibling team. The impact the arrival of the cousins can have on a strong sibling team.
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|June 15, 2013 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Community Summit: Sustaining San Francisco's Living History
The Summit will take place on June 15 from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Doors will open for registration at 9:30 a.m. The event is free to the public, with a $15 suggested donation to cover the cost of lunch at the door.Speakers include community representatives from the Bayview, Chinatown,
Japantown, Mission District, and South of Market, as well as
representatives from the Office of Economic and Workforce Development's
"Invest in Neighborhoods" initative. Keynote presenter Darlene Rios
Drapkin of Urban Transformation will discuss lessons from the Main
Street program in the Bay Area during the lunch hour.
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