Dare To Be You

WOW Aruba organization will be hosting for the first time the “Dare To Be” Conference. The main message of this Conference is to encourage attendees to dare to be creative, dare to be inspired, dare to be scared, dare to pursue that dream, dare to be unstoppable, dare to be empowered, dare to be vulnerable; a message that surely transcends gender and education. The “Dare To Be” Conference is about feeling empowered to action and positive change.

With this conference, the ladies of WOW Aruba would like to offer the Aruban Community, the opportunity to attend an event where local and international speakers will present current topics related to personal and professional development. The organization welcomes students, recent graduates, young professionals and anyone who would like to invest in themselves. This is an inspiring event at an accessible price.

The program during that morning will be both informative and interactive. As local speaker, expert in personal development Sharleen Tromp will bring forth how to be aware of your best qualities and using these for your continuous development.

Gabriela Mueller from Switzerland, will share insights on how small decisions can lead to big impacts in your life; her theory on “Impact and Action, 5 Seconds Decisions” is the perfect tool to help you be more confident about any decision.

Lastly, the ideology of “Ready, Set, Fly” developed by Frances Rios from Puerto Rico will move you to action, developing yourself as a game changer ready, willing and able to take on any challenge.

“Dare To Be” Conference will also have different panel discussions featuring local and international personalities whom will share their daring moment and how this affected positive change in their personal and professional development. AHATA CEO and President, Tisa La Sorte, young professional leading a family legacy Urataka Center, Rigo Croeze; Gerlien Croes, young politician and Policy Advisor at The Department of European and Dutch Relationships. Director of Mind+ and Certified Psychologists Diana Salcedo; Marc Figaroa, Director of Aruba Ports Authority N.V., and international Career Transition expert Daniel Botero will also be part of the panel. As moderators, tech entrepreneur Tristan Every and media professional Larissa Bermudez will ensure that content and pace is relevant and exciting.

More information can be derived from WOW Aruba’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/wowaruba/.