Werk, Pray, Slay weekend promotes women’s empowerment and networking

Photo courtesy of Koereyelle Dubose

Empowered by the success of her inaugural conference and book release Werk 101, a year ago, Koereyelle DuBose returns with Werk, Pray, Slay weekend.

After encouraging herself and other women to become better women and wives, DuBose founded and further developed The Single Wives Club and The Wives Society.

The Single Wives Club is an education and empowerment organization that inspires single ladies to become better women before becoming wives. DuBose founded the Single Wives Club after leaving a relationship that she felt would ruin her life, in order to develop herself into a better woman for marriage.

We had a chance to speak with DuBose about the weekend business conference.

For those that haven’t heard of your popular book, Werk 101, who is Koereyelle?

I’m an author, speaker, serial entrepreneur, and a woman who believes in enhancing and educating yourself always.

Last year you put on the Werk, Pray, Slay conference, what influenced you this year?


Last year was a great success, and I launched my popular book, Werk101, and this year I’ll be releasing my sophomore book Confessions of a Werkaholic. We’ll also be having the Be Your Own Boss Conference with keynote speakers Bershan Shaw, Chef Ahki, Jalesa Harrison, and myself. WERKPraySlay was created to be an enlightening, engaging, and educational weekend for women. Our goal has always been to empower women to recognize their role in our world and prepare to embrace their role in our community. It’s all about developing ourselves so we can develop our children.

The Be Your Own Boss conference covers topics such as branding, networking, and empowering women in their entrepreneurial journeys.

What’s new for this year’s conference?

This year the Be Your Own Boss Conference will have werkshops on personal finance, self-love, holistic health, and self-development, and relationship readiness. We’ll also be giving out the Claire Huxtable Award to two women we admire within the community who personify the balance of work and marriage. Our guests will be prepared to take action in their lives toward their goals so that they are ready to become the women God created them to be.

Werk Pray Slay weekend takes place Oct. 21-23 in Atlanta, visit werkprayslay.com for more details.

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