WASHINGTON, Feb. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ColorComm, Inc., a company focused on advancing the visibility and accomplishments of women of color in communications, will produce the ColorComm Conference to be held July 29-31, 2015 at the Ritz Carlton, Key Biscayne in Miami, Florida [www.colorcommconference.com]. "The New Reality" is the theme for this year's conference.
Women's activist Gloria Steinem and CNN's Lisa Ling will keynote ColorComm's Conference. A star lineup of speakers are confirmed, including Rosalind Hudnell, Chief Diversity Officer of Intel; Viviana Hurtado, Hispanic Market Strategist; Caroline Ghosn, Co-Founder of Levo League; Tiffany Smith, Vice President of CBS Corporation and many more.
The first class event will bring together 300 senior executives in public relations, marketing, advertising, media, and digital.
Kicking off the thee-day forum will be the presentation of the ColorComm Circle Awards, the only awards program to honor women of color in the communications sector. The ColorComm Circle Awards are the highest honor awarded to eight women who are changing the face of the industry. The remaining conference will focus on leadership training, executive positioning, business development, and expanding financial literacy.
Prudential will serve as the presenting sponsor of the 2015 ColorComm Conference. Additional sponsors confirmed include Coca-Cola, Toyota, McDonald's, BET Networks, Publicis Groupe, MSLGROUP, African Pride and many more. PR Week is a media partner of the conference.
"ColorComm's Conference is an exciting, exhilarating, and powerful experience. It's unlike any other conference," said Lauren Wesley Wilson, President of ColorComm, and Inc.
"Diversifying the industry, remaining competitive, navigating promotions are key topics discussed in between leadership trainings and breakout sessions. The conference brings together like-minded women to create mutually beneficial relationships that will advance women both professionally and personally. I like to think of ColorComm as a good ol' girls network," said Wilson.
Conference registration is now open, but space is limited. Visit www.colorcommconference.com to reserve a spot.
About ColorComm, Inc.
ColorComm, Inc. is a company focused on advancing the visibility and accomplishments of women of color in communications, including public relations, advertising, marketing, media, and digital. ColorComm, Inc. houses the national professional membership organization called ColorComm: Women of Color in Communications and ColorComm's Conference (called C2), which is held annually at the Ritz Carlton, Key Biscayne in Miami.
ColorComm was created in May 2011 as an invite-only luncheon series to connect mid to executive level women with the goal of forming mutually beneficial relationships and learning about special opportunities.
ColorComm is often referred to as a good ol' girls network because of the environment, community, exclusive exchange of information and access to career opportunities. In 2012, the group transitioned into a membership organization and launched its first chapter in Washington, D.C. Currently, ColorComm has chapters in DC, New York, Chicago and Atlanta with access to over 10,000 professional women nationwide.
SOURCE ColorComm, Inc.