Agenda

Agenda

Are you wondering who will be speaking at the Women’s Leadership Conference, and just what they’ll be talking about? Learn more about the various speakers attending as well as the topics on which they will discuss in their sessions below. Be sure to check back for updates and more info.

7:30 – 8:30 am
Registration and Networking
8:30 am
Welcome and Keynote

Dr Lois Frankel Headshot

 

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Lois P. Frankel presents

Women’s Leadership is a Women’s Art

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10:15 am
Networking Break
10:30 am
Breakout Sessions

(See details and descriptions below)

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Click through the session tabs to see who our morning session speakers are and what you can learn from them.

Breakout Session 1: Lisa Van Wyk
Breakout Session 2: Robyn Gruner
Breakout Session 3: Lisa Cruz
11:30 am
Lunch
12:00 pm
Panel Discussion

(See panel details and panelist bios below)

PANELISTS

Each of us are on our own leadership journey. This wonderful group of diverse women leaders will bring together stories and insights from their professional experiences. Their stories and insights will help you make sense of your own leadership path. Click through the following tabs to learn more about each panelist.

Angie DeWitt
Patti Habeck
Kelly Radandt
Joey Reader
1:00 pm
Breakout Sessions

(See details and descriptions below)

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Click through the session tabs to see who our afternoon session speakers are and what you can learn from them.

Breakout Session 4: Heidi Strand
Breakout Session 5: Michelle Schuler
Breakout Session 6: Kate Guth
2:15 pm
Networking Break
2:30 pm
Special Presentation: I Love It!

Presented by Mary Schmidt
President of Schmidt Communications

3:30 – 5:00 pm
Networking Reception

Registration is OPEN

Register today for the Women's Leadership Conference

Why Should We Care About Women Leaders?

Having Gender Equality Benefits Everyone

It’s good for women in business to see themselves as leaders and to proactively seek leadership roles.

It’s good for business to draw on the creativity of a diverse staff and recognize the value of women in leadership.

It’s good for families, whether they rely on women as the sole breadwinners or share a two-earner income.

It’s good for everyone, because the more diverse the pool, the more talented our leaders will be.

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Questions? Contact

Kara Lendved

Event Coordinator, A-mazing Events