Tickets are on sale now for the Andrus Center for Public Policy’s Women and Leadership Conference. It will take place virtually Sept. 29-30.
Attendees will enjoy six keynote presentations, 24 total Skill Builder breakout sessions, an array of elective activities, an exhibit area for sponsor engagement, and more. In addition, nearly all of the conference content will be recorded and accessible to attendees for a full year following the event. This will allow registrants to engage in as many of the Skill Builder session recordings as they chose and continue to revisit presentations.
Leadership speakers include Cherie Buckner-Webb, former Idaho senator and founder of Sojourner Coaching, Vicki Christiansen, chief of the United States Forest Service, Kimberly Churches, CEO of the American Association of University Women, Mary C. Daly, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Susan Eisenhower, author of “How Ike Led,” and Cecilia Violetta López, world-renowned soprano and artistic advisor at Opera Idaho.
Along with standard ticket pricing of $215, discounted volume, student, and non profit/small business pricing will be available. A cost-sharing scholarship program will once again be accessible to qualifying registrants to help ease the impact of COVID and current events.
Register and find more information online.