“This year’s speaker brings an activist background with a history of pursuing social justice. This new perspective offers women at Boston College another view from that presented in years past, a view that they can benefit from.”
“This formula and format has proven successful with this year’s summit and its tripled participation rates. Applying it to these other student interest groups would help develop increasingly worthwhile BC events and promote these groups’ goals.”
Author of #GIRLBOSS and Nasty Gal founder and previous CEO Sophia Amoruso is coming to BC as this year’s keynote speaker for Boston College’s second annual Women’s Summit: Own It.
“Amoruso provides these multiple perspectives and students should take the time to attend her speech and support the efforts of the Own It summit.”
The two organizations in charge of the ‘Own It’ Summit have gotten started on planning this year’s event.
Own It keynote speaker Kate White spoke on March 29 about the need to make one’s brand bigger, better, bolder, and more “badass.”
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Editor’s note: In April of 2014, Georgetown University brought together over 30 nationally reputable speakers and 400 attendees through its inaugural OWN IT Summit, a series of events aimed to inspire and provide networking opportunities for college-age women. On March 29, the University will host the Summit in Chestnut Hill through co-sponsors the Undergraduate Government…