Women's Leadership Conference to Feature Two Trailblazing Olympians
Mary O. Andrews
(Vallejo, California – December 13, 2017) – Cal Maritime's Women in Maritime Leadership Conference is set for March 2-3, and this year it will feature women who know a lot about trailblazing, competition, and succeeding at the highest level.
Mary O. Andrews and Marilyn King are Olympians who inspire and equip people to recognize and activate the Olympian within. Our featured presenters will focus their expertise on the conference goals of supporting the success of women in maritime, transportation, and related industries.
Andrews, is a professional certified coach and president of Andrews Performance Corporation. This is Andrews' second year speaking at the conference.
"I am delighted to return to the Women in Maritime Leadership Conference to support women, and men, in playing a big game," said Andrews "It's an honor to guide students and professionals who are eager to be passion-powered, envision their gold, and hone their daily practice. Marilyn and I look forward to sharing our wisdom to support the next wave of maritime women and trailblazing together."
King is a two-time Olympic Pentathlete, peak performance expert, and peace enthusiast.
"It is an awesome moment on the planet for those looking to effect systemic change," said King. "The history of women in the maritime professions provides inspiration and insights for all of us who continue to pioneer. I am looking forward to this opportunity to make waves together."
Women in Maritime Leadership is Cal Maritime's sixth annual leadership conference for women. The event is open to all, and features programming for high school STEM students, college students, recent graduates, and professionals. Women in Maritime Leadership offers opportunities for career and leadership development and productive networking for women and those who support them.
The conference attracts college students, alumni, current professionals, ship operators and owners, government representatives and industry officials.