The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) has announced details of the 2017 Annual Educational Conference scheduled to take place in Denver, CO, May 8-10, 2017.
The conference venue, the Westin Denver Downtown is situated in Denver’s historic LoDo district.
“Be Extraordinary,” is the theme for the 11th annual conference and the program’s educational content will focus on creating balance, purpose and results in both professional and personal facets of life.
Business ethics expert Chuck Gallagher, host of radio’s Straight Talk and author of the book Second Chances is the 2017 keynote speaker who will take main stage on May 9th. Chuck’s presentation “Positive Choices for Business Success—The Ethics of Excellence” will focus on building relationships and trust through ethics problem solving.
Additional presenters will include body language expert Traci Brown; Kevin Wolfe, LeadersWay; Dennis Watkins, The Chicago Magic Company; Jody DeVere from AskPatty.com; Kelly Stalcup, Assured Performance Network; Allison Young, K&N Management; Steve Trapp, Axalta Coating Systems; Rigina MacNaughton, Salsapants; and Mike Jones, Discover Leadership Training.
“WIN has always partnered with professionals that help women advance,” stated Yolanda Sandor, 2017 Conference co-Chair. “This year’s speakers follow that precedent, presenting on key industry trends, development and leadership.”
In addition to quality professional development content that will be presented, attendees will also have an opportunity to participate in the annual WIN Scholarship Walk that benefits the WIN Scholarship Fund.
The WIN Gala and Most Influential Women Reception will be held on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 to celebrate the three Most Influential Women Award recipients, Cristina Fronzaglia-Murray, PPG, Renee Ricciotti, 3M Automotive Aftermarket, and Elizabeth Stein, Assured Performance Network. Since 1999, the program has recognized 89 women for both their professional accomplishments and for going beyond requirements of their positions to give back to their communities.
The event will also celebrate the recipients of the 2017 WIN Scholarship Program (to be named later this month).