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Merging Your Passion with Your Profession

Are you a female entrepreneur interested in women’s empowerment, development, leadership and business skill-building? If so?

Join us at the MERGE! Conference for women,  a 2 day conference for women who desire to merge their personal and professional experience with a meaningful, purpose-driven and prosperous livelihood as a vehicle to make a profound contribution to the lives of others and our community!

  • WHEN: Sat + Sun, March 2 + 3, 2013 // 9.00 – 5.00pm PST
  • WHAT: 2-day conference
  • WHO: Presented by The Skool, Jose Caballer and Tatjana Luethi


This conference is designed to provide you with inspiration, community and actionable tools! We’ll be listening to amazing interviews + engage in actionable workshops + stimulating talks!

Who is this for:
Women who consider themselves creators, artists, designers, storytellers, caregivers, big picture thinkers and corporate executives looking for a change!

  • Film & TV professionals transitioning to online media
  • Artists wanting to build a successful practice
  • In legal, banking, medical, but really want to express and engage in something creative
  • Designers transitioning from print to web
  • Women who want to redefine the boundaries of their own creativity

What we will discuss and do together:

  • Why the future belongs to women
  • Define your personal brand
  • Define your community
  • Define your goals
  • Designing a road map
  • The mind & the spirit
  • What is the future of creativity?
  • How to make it all work and remove obstacles?

What you will tangibly get:

  • Visual Step-by-Step tools
  • A collaborative environment safe for ideas
  • A community of like-minded women
  • Guaranteed fun!

Presented and hosted by:

  • Tatjana Luethi, UX, Brand and Design Strategist & Lead Skool Coach
  • Jose Caballer, Chief Education Officer, The Skool

Mahalo Studio (Jason Calacanis)
3525 Eastham Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232

Conference Website:

Conference Pictures:
MERGE! Conference Pictures

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