Embrace Cultural Identity, Overcome Fear & Pursue Your Dreams at the WiMI Conference

April 11, 2024

June 10 – June 12, 2024 | Cleveland, OH

The Women in the Mechanical Industry (WiMI) Conference is your platform for building lasting connections and fostering a supportive community. Networking opportunities abound, allowing attendees to connect with like-minded professionals, share experiences, and collaborate on strategies for success.

Be inspired by Princess Sarah Culberson, humanitarian and author. She will share her remarkable journey from fear to fabulous, exploring themes of self-discovery, courage, and embracing cultural identity. This empowering closing session will inspire you to overcome fear and pursue your dreams while advocating for yourself in both professional and personal spheres.

An array of captivating educational sessions and inspiring speakers round out the conference, which is designed to empower and uplift women at every stage of their careers.

Whether you’re new to the industry or a seasoned executive, the WiMI conference offers something for everyone. Gain valuable insights, expand your network, and leave feeling empowered to take on new challenges and seize opportunities.

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