You will enjoy a day full of sessions to help you build new skills, open your mind to different perspectives and make lasting connections.
Pass the Torch for Women
Foundation Relay Event
Join Pass the Torch for Women Foundation at the 2016 Relay Event. Work in teams of family, friends, and coworkers in a relay-walk while enjoying various fun activities, listening to talks from community leaders, and meeting new people.
Register TODAY to join us for this fun, free event! Help us start a movement...one step at a time.
Day of Innovation is Indiana's only full day innovation event that brings together leaders and practitioners from all sectors and backgrounds. Connect with like-minded innovators for inspiring keynotes, hands-on workshops, presentations and networking. If you are interested in how to help yourself, your organization, and your state prosper, this is the event for you.
The Women in Business Expo & Conference over the years has developed into an event for entrepreneurs and small business owners to network and expand their current market share. The Women in Business Expo & Conference is about helping women throughout Kentucky discover empowerment and achieve success in their business ventures.
Now in its 10th year, 100 Wise Women is absolutely the best forum for connecting with Louisville's smart, civic-minded, professional women. At each event, you'll hear the fascinating leadership journey of an inspiring woman, and enjoy thought-provoking conversations led by a Wise Woman host. The atmosphere is always welcoming, comfortable and energizing.
This year we have a unique opportunity for YOU to be an even bigger part of the experience. How would you like to be a conference speaker? We are looking for 3 talented and gutsy people to stand up and deliver their own five minute speech for the Presentation Techniques Brought to Life session presented by EllenDunnigan. Ellen is an expert professional presence and public speaking coach. Her coaching shows established and emerging leaders how to say what they need or want to say, while looking and feeling their confident and influential BEST. Prior to the conference Ellen will provide a free coaching session to our 3 winners to help each prepare.
What we are looking for in our three winners:
Are you interested in public speaking and improving your skills?
Are you willing to step outside of your comfort zone and speak to a group of 100 peers?
Are you looking to improve your skills? (and have fun while you're doing it!)?
How can you become one of our lucky winners?
Post the following on Facebook:
Post a photo of your favorite public speaker (this can be anyone - Sheryl Sandberg, your mom, your boss, etc. - whoever inspires you)
Complete this sentence - My favorite public speaker is _________ and I want to improve my presence and public speaking skills because _________________________.
Have you reserved your spot but still need to choose your breakout sessions? Act quickly to get the sessions of your choice-review the
workshop planning tool to choose your sessions. These "tracks" or "categories" will act as a guide for you to make decisions about what sessions are right for you - based on your personality, strengths and aspirations.
You may fit into multiple categories and that's a good thing! This is your day, choose how you should spend it. We'll see you August 23rd.
IWL Blog Highlight: 5 Lessons Learned from Inspiring Women Night with the Indiana Fever
by, Rachel Gates, Marketing & Communications Intern with IWL Foundation
The IWL team attended Inspiring Women Night with the Indiana Fever last Tuesday night, which is an annual event that all WNBA teams put on to highlight, recognize, and celebrate key women. For this year's event we had the pleasure of hearing from four of The Great Eight as well as from Karen Hough. The Great Eight are eight African-American women who finished their doctorates in education at the same time this year at Indiana University. Together, they created a "sister circle" for support. Karen Hough is the Founder & CEO of ImprovEdge, and has been using improvisation as an engaging learning tool for over 12 years. She's also a huge supporter of the IWL mission and frequent IWL keynote speaker.
It was an incredible line up of speakers and each shared insights I personally found very valuable. I've shared below the lessons I learned from attending this amazing event.
Thank you to our 2016 Indianapolis Sponsors!
Thank you to our 2016 Louisville Sponsors!
IWL Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.To give to the IWL Foundation or become a corporate sponsor of the IWL Women's Leadership Conference, contact Maggie Anderson, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EMPOWER. SUPPORT. CONNECT.
"IWL exists to develop individual women into leaders through