Women’s conference turns to the teens

Posted on September 4, 2015 by Sonoma Valley Sun


For founders Anne Marie Sebastiani, Piper Abodeely and Michelle Dale the G3 Women’s Conference has become somewhat of a self-fulfilling prophecy. With their collective backgrounds in training, coaching, leadership, business development and healthy living, the three acquaintances – now fast friends – envisioned a conference for women to learn about those topics, from experts, together in one place, with wine and socializing along the way.

The first G3 event, with its emphasis on success inside and out, personal and career, struck a chord. The trio has produced three successful events in Sonoma, with another planned for November, and went on location, to Vail, in June.

“Getting women together like this, the barriers come down,” Dale said. “There’s a real connection, and sense of empowerment.”

Encouraging and empowering young women is the focus of the next conference: G3 Girls, September 19 and 20 at Sonoma’s Presentation School. Speakers will cover topics such as positive body image, good decision-making, building compassion, and making new friends.

“We’re so excited about the next generation of confident, compassionate women,” Dale said. “These girls will really start to come into their own, and do good things for themselves and the community. The world certainly needs heart-centered leaders.”

The two-afternoon workshop is geared for ages 12-17. The cost is $309 and includes lunch and snacks. Payment plan and scholarships available. Find out more at

Empowering her future

Everyone has a teen gal in their life — daughter, sister, niece, friend, babysitter, neighbor co-worker, etc. — that deserves to be a part of something that can help her grow and further commit to being her best self.

As a G3 Angel, you can be a part of this transformative opportunity. By sponsoring a local teen, you can help her learn more about herself and gain the tools she needs to lead with an open heart and grow from the inside out. For more information, contact [email protected].

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