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Wed, Jun 21 2017

2017 Women Power and Money,

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

  • About the event

    This high energy, workshop-style conference included interactive talks from nationally recognized, award-winning Immigration attorney Alexandra Kennedy.

    Step into your power and make the money that you deserve. In this conference you can expect to learn:

    • The ways in which you are under earning
    • How to identify limiting money beliefs
    • Tools to overcome limiting money beliefs
    • Step-by-step processes that can increase your firm’s profits
    • Marketing tools and tricks that bring results

    Why should you sponsor?

    This is an oppertunity for you and your business to be advertised to hundreds of attorneys who are starting and growing their firms.


    Amy Rios

    Alexandra "Ally" Kennedy is the founder of AMIGA Lawyers, the Association of Mother Immigration Attorneys, and the founding partner of Alexandra Kennedy Immigration Law. After becoming a mother, and in a matter of 3 months, Ally transformed her practice from earning in pesos to earning 6-figures and she is passionate about teaching attorneys how they can do the same. Ally empowers lawyers to be the CEOs of their law firms with her weekly blog, webinars, and conferences where she teaches step-by-step how to do the work they love while running a profitable legal business. Ally lives outside of Seattle with her partner and their 5 children. 

     

    Career Highlights: 

    • 2016 AILA Sam Williamson Mentor Award Recipient
    • Hosted the first ever conference for women immigration attorneys, Women, Power, and Money, in June 2016
    • Judicial Clerkship Intern at the Executive Office for Immigration Review, Seattle, Washington
    • Founding Partner of Alexandra Kennedy Immigration Law, PLLC
    • Argued before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals 
    • Former Executive Committee Member of AILA Washington
    • Member of ABA Solo and Small Practice Women's Group

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  • 101-250 attendees expected


    0% Male Attendees


    100% Female Attendees

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