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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Tina Knowles Joins the Boss Network For Its All-Black Awards Gala Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Ladies That Lead Conference

Ladies That Lead Conference

Chicago, IL — On Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, The BOSS Network will host its 10th annual Ladies that Lead Conference, presented by Prudential Financial. Opening night will kick off with an All Black Awards Gala featuring celebrity influencer and business expert Tina Knowles in Chicago, IL. For 10 years, The BOSS Network has been supporting the careers and small business developments of more than 100,000 women of color nationwide. The conference, sponsored by Prudential Financial, highlight women of influence who inspire other women by sharing their strategies and journey to success. The event will be held at Palmer House Hilton Hotel, 17 E. Monroe in Chicago.

The event is hosted by The BOSS Network® founder Cameka Smith and supermodel/ fashion icon Beverly Johnson. “We are excited to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The BOSS Network in my hometown Chicago. The Ladies That Lead Conference is a multi-day event that will consist of multiple seminars and performances by Grammy nominated singers Chante Moore and Syleena Johnson. It’ll be a full day of inspiring women. Inspiring them to be their very best and giving them tips on how to accomplish that,” says Cameka Smith. “This two-day conference will be like no other, with a kickoff Awards Gala and a full-day Women’s Conference. Both days will highlight Mrs. Tina Knowles as our ‘Vanguard Leader’ honoree and keynote speaker. If you are looking to “level-up” in your career or business, this is the conference for you,” adds Smith.

Onsite media interviews will be granted with prior approval and press passes for October 11 and 12 in Chicago, IL.

Tickets are available at www.ladiesthatleadtour.com and www.thebossnetwork.org

Tina Knowles speaking about The BOSS Network 10th Anniversary Gala: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZERGJVbDWA

Cameka Smith speaking:


An award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, and influencer who turned lemons into lemonade when displaced from her job in 2009. She believes that your net-worth is a direct result of your network. Cameka has provided a platform for women of color to connect, grow and prosper in their businesses and careers.

Cameka, the visionary and founder of “The BOSS Network,” which has been featured in Adweek, Black Enterprise, INC and listed in Forbes as one of the Top 10 websites to visit for career and entrepreneurial women. If you’re looking for a resource as a woman of color, connect with over 100,000 bosses making moves professionally through The BOSS Network.

BOSS™ is an acronym for “Bringing Out Successful Sisters,” and the Network’s mission is to promote and encourage the small business spirit and career development of women. The BOSS Network is an online community of professional and entrepreneurial women who support each other through conversation, online, and event-based networking.

To find out more about The BOSS Network, please visit www.TheBOSSNetwork.org. The BOSS Network was named as a Forbes’ “Top 10 Career and Entrepreneurial websites for Women.” More than 100,000 active women members throughout the United States have subscribed to the mailing list.


Kenneth Robinson