People You Need to Know Magazine Attends Dare 2 Aspire Conference

 

On March 10, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia … People You Need to Know Magazine had the opportunity to attend the Dare 2 Aspire Conference. This inspiring conference is the brainchild of Tosi Ufodike and was created from a desire to see everyday people fulfill their God-given purpose in life. When you speak with Tosi, you’ll instantly realize that she is definitely on a mission to bring people together and help them reach for higher heights.

Tosi Ufodike is a wife, dedicated mother, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. She is the CEO/Founder of My Good Nanny and hosts the ever popular MGN Radio show. MGN Radio features great family information and entertainment. Tosi is also the author of the children’s book, Princess Amara & The Magic Fruit.

Attendees at the Dare 2 Aspire Conference had an opportunity to learn from seasoned business professionals and soak up inspiration from those who are already living their dreams in business. The stellar line-up of speakers was very impressive.

The keynote speaker was Dominique McClain Barteet, RPh, the founder and creator of OneSole Shoes. This idea was born because of Dominique’s extensive traveling and the need to save space. Dominique has appeared on the ABC Hit Television Show Shark Tank and is a registered pharmacist who operates a multi-million dollar pharmacy in Florida.

If you missed the Dare 2 Aspire Conference, make sure that you plan to attend the next one because you’ll surely be encouraged to keep moving toward your own goals and dreams.

Pictured above is Mea Boykins, Founder of Student Emergency Assistance (SEA). Mea’s organization aims to raise funds that are necessary to keep severely financially challenged college students in school, so that their academic goals and dreams can be achieved.

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  1. Tiffany
    2012-03-15
    20:44:11

    Im so happy for you ! Mea, i wish you the absolute best in your endeavors.. Love you bunchesss !!

     
 

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