At the Brooklyn Hilton Hotel on June 2, attendees of the 5th Annual Women’s Fierce Fabulous Unstoppable Conference exchanged laughs, advice, and business cards. I could hear the passion in founder Karmisha Superville’s voice, as she greeted and introduced guests to the podium. Her energy set the tone for an intimate environment where networking wasn’t intimidating or pretentious but encouraging. The event was enriching, fun, and not only empowered women, but provided all the attendees with the tools needed to take on the challenges of navigating business and various areas of life. The event focused on community development with self-improvement and self-empowerment as a driving factor.

Sunday’s conference was filled with multiple panels relating to finance, personal branding, and health & wellness. Various leaders were recognized and celebrated, highlighting their achievements in community building initiatives. Keynote speakers included Lisa S. Ottley, Supreme Court Justice in Kings County-Brooklyn, and Collette Smith, the first African American woman to coach in the NFL. Both contributed inspiring speeches about leadership, their personal journeys, and the importance of uplifting our next generation of sister-warriors.

Attendees left feeling empowered and renewed with new connections and advice on actionable steps to reach both their personal and business goals. It is vital for us as women to honor those before us and pay it forward, while helping to develop the upcoming generations. This was a key driver of the Women’s Fierce Fabulous Unstoppable Conference.

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