The Women’s E3 Summit, presented by the National African American Museum of History and Culture, brings together women of all ages, industries and businesses to discuss the empowerment, entrepreneurship and engagement of African American women in today’s world.
The event begins with a breakfast for those in attendance, followed by a live interview of a distinguished luminary, a panel discussion with African American women at the top of their perspective fields, tours of the museum and networking with fellow attendees. It ends with an empowering keynote message. This year, we are providing an opportunity for the public to participate virtually. Check back to learn how.
The 2019 Women's E3 Summit will be sponsored by Target.
The Women's E3 Summit 2018 Recap
Our inaugural summit took place on June 7, 2018. After the welcome breakfast, CNN Anchor Fredrica Whitfield interviewed the Founder and Chairperson of Urban One, Inc., Cathy Hughes. Phenomenal women such as Beverly Bond, Phyllis A. James, Brittany Packnett, The Honorable Alexis Herman and Lisa Price participated in our panel discussion. It was moderated by Sheinelle Marie Jones, Co-anchor of Weekend Today, and culminated with a powerful keynote address from Oprah Winfrey. It was a day to remember.
Check back for more information about this year's summit, including our participants, keynote speaker and how you can engage with the event online. June 2019 will be a celebration of African American women's empowerment, entrepreneurship and engagement!
The 2018 Participants
The Women's E3 Summit 2018 Keynote Speaker
Watch her keynote below.