The Changing Roles of Women in a Global Economy: The Women of Global Change Lead by Example at the California Women's Conference

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The Women Of Global Change along with The California Women’s Conference are working together to embrace the changing role of women in a global economy as women continue a majority in the U.S. workforce.

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I feel that it’s important also as leaders to be able to not only focus on our own country but also the international role that women are playing around the world.

The changing role of women in our economy is evident. Women account for over fifty-one percent of all professional careers in the workforce, a majority for the first time in American history according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Women also make up an astonishing eighty percent of all consumer spending. To maintain this economic shift organizations and individuals have emerged dedicated to empowering more women to embrace their roll in the workforce both personally and professionally.

The California Women's Conference is historically the largest gathering of women in the country, boasting a network of successful female entrepreneurs, education and community support committed to the betterment of women. The Women Of Global Change, headed by Shellie Hunt, Founder and CEO, will join the star-studded event hosted at the Long Beach Convention Center, this September 23-24. Shellie Hunt and her organization is one catalyst of change riding on the economic wave cutting across this country and beyond.

“As we join together alongside each other in non-competition we can create a wave for others - I am so honored to be part of the California Women's Conference,” said Hunt about the upcoming event. “As the founder of the WGC, it has always been my directive that when we come together we can create things bigger than we ever could by ourselves individually. I believe this is how to make a positive change and impact in the world; communities and humanity.”

The Women Of Global Change stands for positive progress; change for individuals, communities and the world. The WGC is providing both men and women opportunities to work together in global business and in addition to that in humanitarian aid projects around the world benefiting those most in need, utilizing individual gifts and talents embraced and shared throughout the WGC community. Notable members include Les Brown, Bob Proctor, Bernie Dorhmann, Karen Hoyos, Lauren Miller, Michael Drew, Morris Nutt, and many more.

“I feel that it’s important also as leaders to be able to not only focus on our own country but also the international role that women are playing around the world,” Hunt added.

Along with her presence and support at the California Women’s Conference this September, Hunt is moving forward with a mass media debut. Earlier this year Shellie signed a deal with Beverley Hills attorney Ken Browning, who has represented names such as Suzie Orman and William Morris. Hunt is also beginning the filming of a feature talk show pilot with Weller & Grossman, responsible for over 9,300 shows on major networks such as CNN, NBC and others.

About Shellie Hunt -- Shellie Hunt’s gift of transformational impact has taken her clients beyond motivation to lasting results through teaching the precise “How to” in the designs of your success from the inside out. Her successes include, global entrepreneur, life coach, international motivational speaker, trauma expert, author of the “Success is by Design” series, and TV executive producer. Shellie currently is a proud member of the Alliance of Women and Media, which promotes positive progress and change for women and sits as a judge for the nationally televised Gracie Awards. More about Shellie Hunt can be found at or

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