2016 Office Depot Foundation Women’s Symposium Registration Discounts Extended Through Feb. 17

Symposium Set for Feb. 26 and 27 at Kravis Center in West Palm Beach

BOCA RATON, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Discounts for the 2016 Office
Depot Foundation Women’s Symposium
have been extended through
February 17, when registration for this exciting and inspiring event
will close. The Women’s Symposium will take place on Friday and
Saturday, Feb. 26 and 27, 2016, at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the
Performing Arts in West Palm Beach.

The theme of the two-day symposium is “Building Your Toolbox for
Success: Transitions for Today, Tomorrow and the Future.” The symposium
will help women learn and implement tools they can use immediately to
become even more successful as they transition throughout the course of
their personal and professional life. Throughout this highly engaging
program, successful women from South Florida and across the country will
come together for education, inspiration, camaraderie and extensive
networking opportunities.

The cost of standard registration is $299 per person. VIP registration,
which includes a special dinner with the speakers and an exclusive
performance by Carly Jo Jackson on Feb. 25, costs $499. Single day
registrations are also available for $175 per day. For more information
and to register for the 2016 Office
Depot Foundation’s Women’s Symposium
, visit http://www.officedepotfoundation.org/womensymposium.

Guest speakers and other highlights of the Feb. 26-27 Women’s Symposium

  • Michelle Villalobos, Founder of The Women’s Success Summit and
    Author of The Stiletto in Your Back. Villalobos will present
    “Work & Play Every Day: Build A Business For Freedom, Fortune,
    Fulfillment & FUN!”
  • Dr. Traci Lynn, Founder and CEO, Traci Lynn Fashion Jewelry.
    Lynn’s presentation is titled “Take Flight!”
  • Dr. Casandra “Coach Cass” Henriquez, Love Coach for Successful
    Women, InspireMany.com. Henriquez will present “How to Become a
    W.A.N.T.E.D. Woman in Business and Relationships.”
  • Jen Lancaster, New York Times-bestselling author of 12
    books and a syndicated humor columnist for Tribune Media Services.
    Lancaster’s presentation is titled “Lemons Make the Best Lemonade;
    Strategies to Turn Crisis into Opportunity and Other Tools for
  • Holly Bohn, Founder and Creative Director, See Jane Work
  • Gila Kurtz, Co-Founder and Owner, Dog is Good
  • Victoria Rixon, Market Manager, J.P. Morgan Private Bank
  • Karen E. Pfeffer, Co-Founder, Fire Power Seminars
  • Paths to Wellness – Today and Tomorrow featuring Peggy Gaines,
    Christian Cruz, Whanadi-Ann Sobrevilla, Ivette Agusti and Amy
    Jaramillo; moderated by Jamie Oberweger
  • Network Like A CHAMP – with Jennifer Champ, Speaker, Business
    Coach and Founder of The CHAMP Method
  • Making a Difference Panel featuring Memory Trees

The conference will include breakfasts, lunches, breaks and networking
receptions at the end of each day.

The Office Depot Foundation, Office Depot/OfficeMax and Comcast are the
presenting sponsors of the Women’s
. JKG Group is the gift bag sponsor, Daszkal Bolton is the
journal sponsor and Palm Beach Woman Magazine is the Lap of
Luxury Lounge sponsor. Additional sponsors include Greenberg Traurig and
Advantus/See Jane Work (registration sponsors), the Greater Boca Raton
Chamber of Commerce, Cushman & Wakefield and Lynn University (session
sponsors) and Merkle Inc. and Miller Zell (breakfast sponsors). A
variety of other sponsorship opportunities are still available for
companies that wish to reach this savvy and sophisticated audience.
Information can be found on the Symposium website.

About the Office Depot Foundation

The Office Depot Foundation is an independent foundation − tax exempt
under IRC Sec. 501(c)(3) − that serves as the independent charitable
giving arm of Office Depot, Inc. In keeping with its mission, Listen
Learn Care®, the Foundation supports a variety of programs
that give children tools to succeed in school and in life; build the
capacity of nonprofit organizations through collaboration and
innovation; and help communities prepare for disasters, as well as
recovering and rebuilding afterwards. For more information, visit www.officedepotfoundation.org.


Office Depot Foundation
Leon Rubin, 561-251-8075 (mobile)
Bruce Serbin, 954-821-3434