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02.12.2020Inside Verizon

Our work is NOT DONE.

By: Verizon Up To Speed

Today on Up To Speed: The MAKERS Conference brings the fight for women’s equality into the new decade.

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Live from MAKERS

The MAKERS Conference is a three day global leadership event that brings together more than 600 influential men and women to explore ways to accelerate women’s equality. This year’s theme is NOT DONE, inspired by the suffragettes and the ratification of the 19th amendment in 1920. It honors all that we’ve tackled in the last 100 years, but also serves as a rallying cry to keep moving forward and finish the job together.

You won’t want to miss the breaking news from our leaders who will be speaking at this year’s conference.

See Christy's post on LinkedIn.

Share your favorite Disney memories today and win.

Getting drenched on Splash Mountain? Getting dizzy on Space Mountain? Watching the fireworks above the big blue and white castle? Disney is where memories are made, and now we want to hear yours. Share your best Disney memories with us for a chance to win a trip to the place where it all started: the Walt Disney Studio Lot in Burbank, CA.

Never been to Disneyland or Disneyworld? You could tell us about the first time you danced to Hakuna Matata at home with Simba, or the first wish you made upon a star with Jiminy Cricket. To enter, simply share your favorite Disney memories with us on the web, tag us on social, or respond to one of our posts with #DisneyPlusonVerizon. Videos and pictures are strongly encouraged.

Nine first prize winners will win a trip to the Disney Studio Lot, and second prize winners will get a $100 Disney gift card. But you’ll have to act fast — the deadline for submissions is today at noon ET. So don’t stroll down memory lane, run!

See full contest rules.

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