BPW/FL’s 101st Annual Conference Day of Workshops will be held on Friday May 20, 2022, at Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel. The day starts at 8:45 a.m. and finishes at 3:30 p.m. with networking to follow. There are five workshops:
• “Know Your Voting Rights”, Julie Marcus: Julie will discuss recent changes made by the Florida Legislature and their impact on upcoming elections this fall. Learn the facts about when and how you can vote and what to expect when you are ready to do so. Julie will provide informative, practical guidance for voters, answer your questions and give insight into how the office of the Supervisor of Elections operates. https://www.votepinellas.com/General-Information/Meet-Julie-Marcus
• “Building Your Business by Building Relationships”, Mary Owens: In this inspiring and informative presentation, Mary shares the 3 sure-fire ways to build connections–the same techniques that have helped Mary’s clients create successful and lasting relationships with clients, prospects and teams as well as personal and professional networks. Learn about behavioral styles, mistakes to avoid and the magic formula for success. https://www.marycowens.com/
• “Public Speaking Secrets Revealed”, AmondaRose Igoe: During this presentation, you will learn the 3 Step Proven Success Formula to Double and Even Triple Your Presentation Results”, so you can start to achieve the level of speaking success that you truly desire and deserve now. Say goodbye to what doesn’t work and say hello to Public Speaking RESULTS! https://amondarose.com/
• “Women, Wealth and Equality”, Renee Baker: Knowledge is power. Beyond income inequality, the gender wealth gap highlights the dispersion between how much money women keep and grow versus men. What do you think has happened to gender economic equality since 2020? Spoiler alert: The financial facts are stacked against women. Are you ready to change it? https://www.linkedin.com/in/reneelbaker/
• “Advocating for Equity”, Dawn Hunter: Ms. Hunter will talk about different forms of advocacy and how advocacy can impact health and well-being. As part of this discussion, participants will learn about the role of law and policy in creating healthy communities, the movement to achieve health and racial equity, and ways effective advocacy can be used to advance organizational goals and policy priorities. https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawn-m-hunter/
You can register at https://www.bpwfl.org/2022-bpw-fl-annual-conference/
BPW/FL’s mission is achieving equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. This conference day is aligned with our mission.