Speaker Lineup Announced for Pink Ladder’s Step Up Conference in Las Vegas

Join Pink Ladder and African-American women from across the nation as they celebrate five years.

Newport Beach, CA, April 11, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Celebrating its fifth anniversary, Pink Ladder’s Step Up Conference will take place at the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 29-31, 2010.

On board for this year’s conference are industry experts in personal growth; business leadership; professional development; politics; women’s health and financial planning. Attendees can expect global perspectives, local angles, personal stories of triumph, self-reflection and plenty of fun.

“I am delighted to announce that we have a great cross selection of industry experts speaking in July,” said Stacey Bryant, founder of Pink Ladder. “The Step Up Conference is going to be an exciting event with influential women from across the nation providing their experience and insight into business, leadership, health and finance.”

Step Up Conference speakers include:
· Hannah Brown, President of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. – Las Vegas Chapter
· Madison Chase – Celebrity Fitness Trainer
· Ameenah Fuller – Former candidate for the California State Senate; California State Democratic delegate
· Gianna Drake-Kerrison - Vice-President, Merrill Lynch
· Kim Moore – Outreach Coordinator, Christie’s Place
· Crystal Harper – CEO, Capstone Consulting

The distinctive Step Up Conference annually draws many enthusiastic attendees who come to learn, network and share. Conference highlights include all meals during conference hours, workshops, exhibitor booths, fitness and social activities.

Registration for the three day session is $285 per person. To register and for more information on Pink Ladder, the Step Up Conference and sponsorship/donation opportunities, please visit us at www.pinkladder.org.

About Pink Ladder
Pink Ladder, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, is committed to promoting empowerment, education and societal change for all women. Its mission is to encourage African-American women to realize their full potential professionally and personally by ascending to new heights, celebrating their successes and inspiring others to do the same.

Pink Ladder
Deirdre Cuffie