Three days to learn and connect

BOLD’s mission is to bring together business owners in the wellness, fitness and beauty industries to share what works in growing a business. Walk away with the latest trends, best practices and inspiration to continue changing lives for the better.

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Billie Jean King

Sports Icon and Equal Rights Activist

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Rick Stollmeyer

CEO, MINDBODY

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Owners and staff members of wellness businesses, from industry vets looking to grow to first timers ready to be inspired, BOLD is for you.

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    Michelle Obama

    Former First Lady

    Michelle Robinson Obama served as First Lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017.

    As a transformative First Lady, Mrs. Obama launched and led four key initiatives: Let’s Move!, to address the challenge of childhood obesity; Joining Forces, to support veterans, service members and their families; Reach Higher, to inspire young people to seek higher education; and Let Girls Learn, to help adolescent girls around the world go to school.

    Before becoming First Lady, Michelle Obama attended Princeton University and Harvard Law School. She started her career as an attorney at the Chicago law firm, Sidley & Austin, where she met her future husband, Barack Obama. She later worked in the Chicago mayor’s office, the University of Chicago, and the University of Chicago Medical Center. Mrs. Obama also founded the Chicago chapter of Public Allies, an organization that prepares young people for careers in public service.

    Mrs. Obama was born on January 17, 1964. She married Barack Obama in 1992. They currently live in Washington, DC and have two daughters, Malia and Sasha.

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    Billie Jean King

    Sports Icon and Equal Rights Activist

    Billie Jean King has long been a champion for social justice and equality. She has created new inroads for both genders in and out of sports during her legendary career and she continues to make her mark today.

    King, who won an astounding 39 Grand Slam titles during her career, blazed trails for women everywhere in 1970 as one of nine players to break away from the tennis establishment and accept a one-dollar contract to compete in the newly created Virginia Slims Series. This led to the birth of women's pro tennis and the formation of the Women's Tennis Association.

    In 1973, King produced one of the greatest moments in sports history when she defeated Bobby Riggs in the famous match dubbed “The Battle of the Sexes.”

    Named one of the "100 Most Important Americans of the 20th Century" by Life and a 2009 recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, King is also the author of Pressure is a Privilege: Lessons I've Learned from Life and the Battle of the Sexes.

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    Rick Stollmeyer

    CEO, MINDBODY

    Rick graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a degree in Political Science and Russian Language. He served for six years as a nuclear submarine officer and contributed to a range of engineering projects, but knew he wouldn’t be truly happy until he started his own company.

    Rick co-founded two businesses in 2001, one using his engineering experience and another called MINDBODY. The fact that MINDBODY's clients were wellness professionals improving the lives of millions cinched it. Rick fell in love with his clients and employees—his proudest accomplishment is creating a place and culture that enhances people's health and happiness while they reach their highest potential through meaningful work.