RINGLEADERS CONFERENCE: LIVE BIG LEAD NOW
Past Ringleaders Conferences:
The 2017 Ringleaders Conference was held at Vancouver's own premier co-working space in Gastown, The HiVE, and featured a delicious menu from Potluck. The Ringleaders Panel included: Dr. Nasrin Maiter, Ilhan Abdualla, Veen Aldosky and Alia Youssef. The sold out event featured exhibits from Rasmi Skin Care, Lemon & Poppy Designs, Freed Education and Nisa Homes.
To find out more information or to volunteer at the next Ringleaders Conference, please email us at or call 778 846 5451. If you would like to be on the Ringleaders Panel or nominate another inspiring woman to be selected, please contact us at email@example.com.
1. What is the Ringleaders Conference about and who should attend? VMW Live Big Lead Now Vancouver Conference is a half-day (4 hour) Conference open to all women in Vancouver who want to learn how to live big and lead in their industries. It's a chance to network locally with women who are looking to connect and grow professionally and be change makers and leaders through their work.
2. Do you have to be Muslim to attend or participate? No, absolutely not. VMW (Voices of Muslim Women Foundation) is a platform to elevate and connect all women inclusively; however, we focus on providing professional development and educational opportunities for women who self-identify as partially or fully belonging anywhere on the diverse spectrum of Muslim cultures and groups.
3. Is there a Muslim and/ or Islamic agenda to the conference? No, it is a professional women's conference; however, the majority of our speakers and panelists may personally self-identify as partially or fully belonging to a Muslim culture or group. The panel, workshops and discussions focus on professional development, women's leadership and educational opportunities for women in Vancouver. We identify as a non-religious platform who support all women inclusively, especially women from Muslim cultures. We do not have a religious agenda; only a women's leadership agenda that is culturally-sensitive to women from Muslim cultures.