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Girls Who Print to Host Live Conference at Americas Print Show

Source: Americas Print Show, March 21, 2024

Girls Who Print, the leading global community for women in the printing industry, is thrilled to announce its first live conference at Americas Print Show (APS) on May 8, 2024. The event will feature a full day of expert speakers, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities for attendees.

The conference theme, 'Our Investment Era,' aligns with the United Nations' 2024 International Women's Day theme, 'Invest in Women.' This event will focus on identifying the personal and professional investments women must make throughout their careers to achieve the success they desire, how to start, where to find support, and the time to make it happen.

The conference will be facilitated by coaching experts Sarah Ohanesian, Co-Founder and Productivity Coach at SO Productive; Kelly Mallozzi, Principal and Sales Coach at Success in Print; Brett Jenkins, Transformational Life Coach/Leadership Consultant at Hummingbird Soul Transformational Life Coaching; and hosted by Deborah Corn, Girl #1 at Girls Who Print and Intergalactic Ambassador to The Printerverse at Print Media Centr who will also kick-off the event with a keynote.

The conference will combine sessions, breakout groups, and open discussion. Attendees will participate in a VIP tour of the show floor and meet with our sponsors: DPS, Printing Industry Educational Fund (PIEF)/Graphic Media Alliance, Landa, Pitney Bowes, Millcraft, and Graphic Whizard.

Conference tickets are available for $45, with proceeds supporting Girls Who Print Africa. Students with a valid .edu email address can attend for free.

In addition to the conference, attendees will receive complimentary access to Americas Print Show on May 8-9, 2024, offering an extended opportunity to explore the latest innovations in the print industry.

“I am invested in the mission of empowering women and providing access to resources and tools to proactively navigate and succeed in our male-dominated industry,” said Deborah Corn.

Corn continues, “Our event speakers and panelists are invested in the mission to deliver relevant, actionable information, and Americas Print Show and our sponsors are invested in supporting the mission of Girls Who Print. From that perspective, I am certain we will deliver on this mission for attendees, and their investment in time and money will have immeasurable ROI.”

For more information and to register for the conference, visit

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