Aaron Jordan, Jr. aka “Mr. Know Your Worth” and his team are in heated preparation for this year’s event. Conference attendees can expect some new changes and a fulfilling evening on the horizon. And it is almost here…. time for the 4th Annual Know Your Worth Women’s Relationship Conference. Guest are invited to “Walk the Purple Carpet” at this stellar event which will take place on October 6, 2018 at the Franklin Marriott, located at 700 Cool Springs Blvd., 37067 a short distance from Nashville, TN.
This year’s event will showcase a myriad of speakers that have unique, personal testimonies on individual platforms. The lineup includes: Dr. Toi, Radio Personality, Speaker, Educator and Founder & CEO of Serenity House Women’s Shelter; Mignon Francois, Visionary/Creator of the Cupcake Collection (Nashville Tennessee & New Orleans Louisiana) and motivational speaker; Paula Michelle Farmer, Professor, HR Consultant and Speaker; Attorney Teri Nicole Harrison, Business Consultant, Mentor and Speaker; and “Mr. Know Your Worth” himself, Aaron Jordan, Jr.
Kim Coles will deliver the keynote address, slated to further captivate the audience. Kim Coles agreed to be the keynote speaker at this year’s conference when she met “Mr. Know Your Worth” at the Indie Authors Legacy Award (IALA). She was the host of that year’s IALA Conference in Baltimore, MD. She later presented him with his hard-won award and upon further networking and discussion, she agreed to be this year’s keynote speaker.
Kim Coles is a seasoned, multi-talented, dynamic personality; an actress-comedian and writer. She is known widely for many castings including; Living Single TV Sitcom (1993), Frasier (1993) and Kids in America (2005). She has been married to Reggie Mckiver since June 17, 2015.
An added plus for this year’s event will be half of the spoken word duo GRAVITY, Tia Smedley. Ther will be various vendors in attendance and a portion of the overall proceeds will benefit the Epic Girl organization, a Community Organizations whose goal is to empower girls to reach their full potential through educational programs, mentoring counseling, and community activities.