Here’s Who’s Coming to Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit by Michal Lev-Ram @FortuneMagazine October 26, 2016, 7:27 AM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons Last week’s Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit ended with a bang: An exclusive interview with Ivanka Trump, EVP of the Trump Organization and daughter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. But that was just one of many newsmaking and informative conversations that took place during the three-day celebration of women in business—think interviews with Anita Hill, Chelsea Handler, Ginni Rometty, Angela Ahrendts, and other luminaries. And now, we’ve got another Most Powerful Women confab on the horizon. Our MPW Next Gen Summit is coming up next month, Nov. 29 and 30, in Laguna Niguel, Calif. This will be our third annual Next Gen, an extension of the original MPW franchise, which began 18 years ago. The goal? To build a similar community around the—you guessed it—next generation of Most Powerful Women. Over the past two years, the Next Gen Summit has provided participants with an unparalleled opportunity to connect with other rapidly rising executives, entrepreneurs, and innovators in business, government, philanthropy, education and the arts. This year’s Summit promises to be better (and bigger) than before—we’ve extended the program to two days and two evenings, allowing additional time for Fortune‘s signature in-depth business sessions and even more networking. Among the women already confirmed to join us: Apple head of Global Consumer Marketing Bozoma Saint John, SoulCycle CEO Melanie Whelan, Making a Murderer filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi, designer Rachel Roy, WWE chief brand officer Stephanie McMahon, Facebook head of people Lori Goler and singer-songwriter Jewel. (For a closer look at our preliminary agenda, please click here.) Sign up: Click here to subscribe to the Broadsheet, Fortune’s daily newsletter on the world’s most powerful women. Sound like a good time? We certainly think so. And we’d love to share the experience with you. To that end, if you’re a Next Gen-er who would like to nominate yourself—or if you have someone in your organization you’d like to suggest for the conference—please do so using this nomination page link. (The fine print: Nominations must be approved by Fortune and there is limited space.) And if you can’t be there in person, we will be publishing links to livestreamed sessions and other coverage on Fortune.com. On behalf of the MPW Next Gen team, we hope to see you there!