Thursday, October 4, 2012
Idaho Commons & Student Union Building
U of I Moscow campus
About the Women's Leadership Conference
The University of Idaho's Women's Leadership Conference invites all women in higher education – students, staff and faculty - to convene to celebrate our differences and create an empowered campus community more inclusive of women as a group, irrespective of gender identification, sexual orientation, religion, race, ethnicity, ability, or socioeconomic background. Since 2007, the Women’s Leadership Conference has provided an opportunity for women in the region to engage in dialogue and professional development around issues impacting their work, personal goals, skills, and journeys.
The Women’s Center
(the University of Idaho Women’s Professional Organization) partner to create the Women’s Leadership Conference. Committee members from across campus, and from neighboring institutions, work for nearly a year to create a conference experience that responds to current needs of women. Past conferences have sessions focused on women in leadership, transition between professional and personal roles, development of skills and competencies in communication, and exploration of current research on women and gender.
Conference Planning Committee Volunteers Needed!
Athena and the UI Women’s Center are seeking individuals interested in serving on the planning committee for the 2012 Women’s Leadership Conference (WLC). Organizing and planning for such a significant event requires the work of many, and we seek your help in this collaborative process. We warmly welcome anyone and everyone whose experience, perspective, and energy will ensure a successful and inclusive WLC! We know there are folks with valuable skills who are dedicated to women’s professional development and leadership, and could contribute to this planning process.
Planning meetings are held monthly throughout the spring semester. If you are interested in serving on the committee, please email email@example.com
2012 Conference Co-Chairs:
will reach both of these individuals)
Debbie Storrs – Athena Vice President & Associate Dean in the College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
Heather Shea Gasser – Director of the University of Idaho Women’s Center