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Women's Conference

Women's Conference

2020

NOTE
The Women's Conference has been cancelled due to concern over the Corona Virus.
Sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your continued support.
See https://dps.usu.edu/emergency/covid-19/events for more information.

Morning & Afternoon Keynotes

Dr. Susan R. Madsen

Dr. Madsen is the Orin R. Woodbury Professor of Leadership and Ethics in the Woodbury School of Business of UVU. She is the founding director of the Utah Women & Leadership Project. She leads efforts in Utah to get more women to graduate from college and to help more girls and women find their voices and become leaders. A well-known global scholar, she published six books and hundreds of articles, chapters and reports. Her research has been featured in the U.S. News and World Report, The Atlantic, The New York Times, Parenting Magazine, Chronicle of Higher Education, the Washington Post, and is a contributor to Forbes.

Dr. Susan R. Madsen

Rob Eastman

Mr. Eastman captivates, educates & inspired hope by sharing his mental health and addiction recovery journey. He uses failures as a guide for change in becoming resilient to life's daily challenges.

He covers issues faced in schools and communities. He challenges the status quo by examining the constructs of bullying, religion, addiction, self-harm & suicide. Eastman combines his passion for transformational change and willingness to take risks with his approach in saving lives through education He hosts the "Stand and Fight" podcast series selected in Entrepreneur Magazine's "Top 20 for 2020 Podcasts for Entrepreneurs." He follows Gandhi's, "You must be the change you want to see in the world.

Rob Eastman

Workshops

  • Expert Advice on Wills and Trusts - Thomas Sitterud, JD
  • The Colorful History of Nine Mile Canyon, America's Longest Art Gallery - Layne Miller
  • Urinary Incontinence/Pelvic Floor Issues - Hollie Stapley, PA-C
  • Supporting Women's Leadership - Christy Glass, Ph.D.
  • Barbecuing with the Pros - Bill and Toni Thayn
  • More Than Home Organization, Get the Clutter Out of Your Life - Natalie Evans
  • Standing for the Right: Women - Neal Peacock
  • Growing Drought Tolerant Plants - Steven Price
  • How to Write Poetry - Nancy Tackas
  • Fraud and How to Protect Yourself - Joelle Hatch-Jenson
  • How to Become a More Confident Self - Dawn Dart
  •  A Lifetime of Fitness - Amber Sparks
  • QPR Question, Persuade, Refer - Suicide Prevention in 3 Easy Steps - Amanda MacIntosh
  • Making Baklava: Greek Pastry - Pam and Steve Cha

Conference Schedule

FRIDAY
MARCH 27



9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Jennifer Leavitt Student Center • $25

Register Online

Vendor Registration

Fee for space is $25 and includes on table (8 by 2 feet), registration fee, and lunch for one person (additional tables $20). Other participants from your booth can register for only $15 (to cover lunch) making it possible to keep your booth staffed while alternating attendance to desired workshops.

Doors open to vendors at 7 a.m., must be set up by 8 a.m.
Unload in parking lot directly north of JLSC.

Complete the Table Reservation Form and return to:
USU Eastern Women's Conference
451 North 400 East • Price, Utah 84501

Woman of the Year Nominations

Nominations for a woman who has made significant contributions to her community or county are invited. Their achievements may be in a professional field, volunteer service, peer recognition, personal transition, support of other women, and/or overcoming adversity.

Nominations must be received by March 13, 2020.

Complete the 2020 Call for Nominations Form and return to:
ellen.serfustini@usu.edu