AOWIE 2017: A Conference for Black Women Inventors


This past March, The Association of Women Inventors and Entrepreneurs (AOWIE) hosted its annual Women’s Conference, and I am elated to share that it was a wonderfully successful the event. The AOWIE Women’s Conference features mentors that help guide and direct both inventors and entrepreneurs, who are striving to reach their goals and achieve success. Not only that, but the conference also presents attendees with an inspiring and uplifting musical experience.

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As the founder of AOWIE, I can say that the organization has two missions; to “bridge the gap between ambition and success,” and “lift each other up—two hands at a time.”

Speakers at the AOWIE Women’s Conference

The keynote speaker at this recent conference was Carla Hall, the famed restaurant owner, chef, a two-time finalist on Bravo TV’s competitive cooking show Top Chef, and current co-host on ABC’s hit daytime television show The Chew. Hall’s riveting speech traced her incredible career journey from modeling, to accounting, to eventually discovering her passion for the culinary arts and becoming a chef when she was 30-years-old. Twenty-two years after first tapping into her culinary savvy, Hall opened up her own restaurant, Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen, in …read more      

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