By Special to the Daily World
STONE MOUNTAIN — Some of the country’s most powerful women business owners, financial advisers, spiritual and motivational speakers are heading to Atlanta for the inaugural Women’s Empowerment Network Conference (WEN). The high profile speakers will teach women how to “renew their mind, redefine their goals, and reimagine their lives” for new levels of success. The March 23-25 conference will be at the Marriott Evergreen Conference Resort here.

The WEN Conference promises three days of stimulating panel discussions, engaging break-out sessions, power networking opportunities and more. WEN will also honor some of Georgia’s most prominent figures like civil rights activist, broadcasting pioneer and Trumpet Awards founder Xernona Clayton, actress, children’s advocate, and best selling author Victoria Rowell, former U.S Ambassador Andrew Young and Dr. Walter Young, National Coalition of 100 Black Women Atlanta Chapter Immediate Past President Cynthia Williams, Atlanta Business Journal’s Creed & Rochelle Pannell, and other VIPs.

“The Who’s Who of women of power, are coming to the conference to pour their hearts out to women in an effort to help them grow. Making this a can’t-miss event,” says WEN founder and CEO Lisa Nicole Cloud.

Cloud is a self-made millionaire, author, business consultant, direct sales expert, and CEO of two successful companies, Elite Marketing Strategies and Lisa Nicole Cloud Enterprises. At least a third of all the proceeds from the WEN Conference will benefit the Andy and Walter Young Family YMCA, the Atlanta Business Journal’s Business Development Initiative (a youth development program), and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Atlanta Chapter.

The Women’s Empowerment Network’s mission and purpose is to build a strong network of women and women’s organizations that create experiences for women to grow personally, professionally, financially and spiritually. The primary aim of WEN is to develop platforms in which women are celebrated, elevated, and educated on strategies to achieve new levels of success.

For additional information about the Women’s Empowerment Network and the 2012 WEN Conference visit the WEN website at, or call 877-981-9997.

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