Mentoring Women, Advancing Careers: Style Impact Transform

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Integrating Women Leaders, Inc., is hosting the inaugural Women's Leadership Conference on campus.
Integrating Women Leaders, Inc., is hosting the inaugural Women's Leadership Conference on October 19, 2010. This annual conference invites extraordinary expert speakers who will share their wisdom and knowledge on this year's theme, Mentoring Women, Advancing Careers: Style Impact Transform. This theme for achieving peak leadership performance and advancing skills will be explored and discussed throughout the day. Indianapolis Civic Theatre in Marian Hall on the campus of Marian University 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Featuring Angela Braly Chairwoman, President and CEO of Wellpoint Inc. Susan Brooks General Council and Senior Vice President for Workforce and Economic Development, Ivy Tech Community College Beth Buckingham, Ph.D. Co-Founder and Senior Consultant, Integrating Women Leaders, Inc. Dr. Virginia Caine Health Director, Marion County Health Department Jennifer Browning Holmes Co-Founder and President, Integrating Women Leaders, Inc. Deborah A. Lawrence, J.D. Vice President of Administration and General Counsel, Marian University Tiffany Olson Vice President for Diagnostics, Eli Lilly & Company Sally Tassani President, The Strategy Forums Mary B. Weiss President and CEO, Weiss Communications, Inc. and Publisher, Indianapolis Woman View the schedule for the day and register online Reservations are required as space is limited. Cost is $150 and includes lunch. For more information, contact Kittie Lake

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