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Tina Brown's My Sister's Keeper Women's Expo 2018 October 27 in Oakland
July 31, 2018

Join us for the 3rd Annual Conference!

Founded by Tina Brown in 2016, My Sister’s Keeper Expo is an annual conference — held in collaboration with the Starbound, Inc.nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization — that equips women with the necessary tools for Financial Wellness, Health & Beauty, Empowerment and Encouragement.

We help women pursue their dreams and give them the strength ​to overcome obstacles that may have prevented growth in their personal lives and business endeavors. #MSKE2018

Get your tickets on Eventbrite or our Facebook page.

For more info:
October 2018
Sign up today — this event will sell out!
AGENDA: My Sister's Keeper Expo 2018
Fireside Chats
Women in Film
Black Love
The Power In You
Keeper's Sip and Chat
Breakout Sessions
Wealth Creation
Branding You
Say Their Names
Women In Tech
VENUE: Impact Hub Oakland
My Sister's Keeper Expo will host its 3rd Annual Conference at  Impact Hub Oakland — a community of change that supports professional and personal growth. Impact Hub's mission is to build an entrepreneurial community and co-working space to create solutions for a world that works for all. Learn More

Impact Hub Oakland
2323 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94612
SPONSORS: Thank You!
My Sister's Keeper Expo would like to thank our generous sponsors for making this event possible every year.

​If you would like your company represented at  #MSKE2018, please send an email to and we’ll be in touch.
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