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The Global Summit IV
Date Sunday November 16
Time 5:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Location Details
SF Women's Building
3543 18th St #8
San Francisco, CA 94110

Event Type Conference
Organizer/AuthorMelanie St.James
Emailmsj [at]
November 16-18, 2014; Sun 5:30pm, Mon and Tue 8:30am-5:30pm

The fourth edition of The Global Summit will be held in San Francisco,
November 16th-18th, with the headline Women, Power, Money, & Politics

The Global Summit, the social, economic and environmental forum held every two years, today announced its theme for 2014: Women, Power, Money, & Politics.

This Co-Ed edition of the Summit boasts the tagline, "Through collaboration, change is possible!" Sessions will explore how women's rise to power impacts politics, business, culture, and the economy, helping to guide worldwide evolution toward a thriving, socially just future.

Through the lens of Women, Power, Money, & Politics, four concurrent Intersections unite delegates around cross-cutting topics:
- FEMINOMICS: Currency, High Impact Investment, & Leadership
- LIVING WELL: Evolving Food, Health & Lifestyles
- BUILDING PEACE: Water, Conflict, Climate & People of Place
- BEYOND POLITICS: Governance 2.0 for the 21st Century

Intersections / tracks meet 2 x daily to share skills, tools and story and advance collective impact around key issues, 7 Stages to Sustainability framework. Interactive session co-chairs and "Featured Voices" are recognized for their impact in related fields such as Joan Blades -Co-founder of, Jim Garrison -Founder of the State of the World Forum, Michael Ellberg -Author/ Journalist,, Giovanna Masci -Vice President, Global Partnerships at

"The single most important step needed to drive sustainability in my view is for women - and the voice of the feminine - to more fully enter positions of power in business, government, and politics." says Bill Shireman, CEO of Future500 and 2014 Co-Host.

"Participating was transformational for me in that I finally saw myself as a visionary too." - Angela Karegeannes, Owner, Feeding You Organic Catering

This invite only event is limited to 200 change agents from arts, business, media & education.
Added to the calendar on Sunday Nov 2nd, 2014 3:19 PM
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