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The Soirée Women’s Leadership Symposium returns Thursday, April 29, with Zuckerberg Media CEO Randi Zuckerberg as a keynote speaker.
The half-day event, put on by Arkansas Business sister publication Little Rock Soirée, provides professional development for women in the workplace through sessions led by industry experts, entrepreneurs and C-suite executives.
After postponing live events and going virtual last year, the 2021 symposium will give attendees the choice between an in-person event at the DoubleTree Hotel and Robinson Center in downtown Little Rock or a fully interactive virtual option.
Get Tickets: Registration for the 2021 symposium is open now, and discounted early bird pricing is available through Feb. 10. Click here to reserve your spot.
Zuckerberg, the sister of Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is the creator of Facebook Live, a platform used by more than a billion people around the world. She’s an entrepreneur, investor, bestselling author and Emmy-nominated tech media personality.
As the founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, Randi Zuckerberg works to support current and future entrepreneurs through investment, mentorship and media. She will appear at the symposium via live video.
“In addition to Randi’s enormous success in the tech industry, her dedication to championing the ideas and leadership of women makes her such an exciting keynote speaker for the symposium,” Mandy Richardson, symposium founder and publisher of Little Rock Soirée, said. “Randi’s journey in a male-dominated industry and her fresh perspective on a woman’s ability to ‘have it all’ will inspire attendees to keep leading and pushing forward.
“The ability to feature a leader like Randi for the third annual symposium is a testament to the aspirations in our community and the importance central Arkansas is placing on empowering and advancing women.”
Zuckerberg hosts the weekly business talk radio show, “Randi Zuckerberg Means Business,” on SiriusXM and is the author of four books: “Dot Complicated” and “Pick Three,” and two children’s books, “Dot” (which is also an award-winning preschool TV series on Universal Kids and Hulu) and “Missy President.”
Learn more about the Soirée Women’s Leadership Symposium at the event website.