MSU to Host Leadership Launch Women’s Conference
By West Kentucky Star Staff
MURRAY, KY - Murray State University will host the Leadership Launch Women’s Conference on Wednesday, Feb. 22 at the Curris Center from 7:30 am until 4:30 pm.
The conference is a one-day program of information and inspiration for women who are looking to develop leadership skills in their businesses, families, communities, and the public sector.
Registration is available online through Feb. 17 for the full-day program at leadership-women.org/programs/launch. The cost is $99 and includes all content, handouts and meals. There is also a $15 option that consists of the Celebrate Women Lunch, which takes place from 11:45 am until 12:30 pm.
Presented by Leadership Women of Dallas, Texas, the event includes keynote breakfast speaker Linda Crompton, President and CEO of Leadership Women and an international thought leader with a passion for helping women advance personally, financially and professionally. Crompton began her career in the Canadian banking industry in 1987 and in less than ten years, became Canada’s first female bank president.
Featured speakers also include Murray State alumna Trisha Cunningham, who recently retired as the chief citizenship officer at Texas Instruments, where she was responsible for growing the organization’s reputation and influence with global communities, employees, customers and investors. Cunningham currently serves as treasurer for the Leadership Women board of directors.
Laura Douglas, who currently serves as Vice Chair of the Committee on Water for the American Bar Association’s Section of Public Utility, Communications, and Transportation Law, will speak to attendees about taking risks as a leader.
Event speakers also include Sylvia Lovely, Dr. Cate Loes as well as a panel discussion facilitated by Lana Porter, board chair of Leadership Women and Murray State alumna. Other specific topics to be covered during the event include working in a multi-generational workplace, defining work-life balance and leadership development.
“The Leadership Launch Women’s Conference will be an excellent opportunity to hear from respected experts and presenters who have succeeded in leadership roles,” said Laura Logan of Leadership Women. “The insight gained from this event will be a fantastic resource for attendees to develop essential leadership skills.”
“We’re very excited to once again be offering this great event for women throughout the region,” said Carol Brunn, Murray State Town & Gown coordinator. “This year, we’re incorporating our Town & Gown breakfast and the annual Celebrate Women Luncheon. These two events will bring together leaders from throughout the region in celebration of our next generation of community leaders.”
The Leadership Launch Women’s Conference is sponsored by Murray State University, Murray State Town & Gown Partnership, Murray State Women’s Center, Murray-Calloway County Chamber of Commerce, Murray Women’s Club and LG&E - KU.
For more information, contact Carol Brunn at 270-809-3023 or email@example.com. Speakers and events are subject to change.
On the Net: Registration link