Don't Miss a Very Special Keynote Luncheon
With Jaycee Lee Dugard
PATH Intl. Conference and Annual Meeting
presented by title sponsor Purina
Denver, CO
November 8-10, 2019
The 2019 PATH Intl. Conference and Annual Meeting, presented by title sponsor Purina, will be November 8-10 in Denver, CO. Registration will open in July, and the registration form will be included with the summer issue of PATH Intl. Strides. The conference sessions, workshops, special 50th anniversary events and networking are not to be missed. Included in your registration is the keynote address on Saturday, November 9, with speaker and author Jaycee Dugard. Save the date for this exceptional event and look for more information to come.
Jaycee Dugard with horse
PATH Intl. is honored to present nationally known speaker and author Jaycee Lee Dugard as the 2019 PATH Intl. awards luncheon keynote speaker, sponsored by The Temple Grandin Equine Center.

Compassion, Self-care and the Power of Horses
Ms. Dugard has experienced firsthand the healing power of horses and will share a few stories about how they have helped her as well as the survivors helped by the JAYC foundation. She is passionate about serving the under-served and providing a multitude of therapeutic modalities that she’s excited to share with conference attendees.
 
In 1991 Jaycee Lee Dugard was kidnapped by two strangers from a school bus stop in her home town of South Lake Tahoe. She survived years of physical and emotional abuse at the hands of her two assailants. She and her two daughters were finally reunited with her mother and family in 2009, eighteen years after she was abducted.
Ms. Dugard is the founder and president of The JAYC Foundation, a nonprofit formed to help other families. The foundation's mission is to be of service to families that have suffered a familial or non-familial abduction or other trauma; to spread the word of compassion and awareness through educational programs that focus on recognizing different perspectives, teamwork, authenticity and mindfulness; and to bring a new perspective and approach to the training of law enforcement officers. Recently there has been much work with survivors of the Northern California fires. The JAYC Foundation provides services by utilizing treatment programs that focus on healing through traditional therapy along with animal therapy, equine therapy and other experiential therapies.
 
Jaycee is the author of A Stolen Life and Freedom: Book of Firsts, both memoirs she wrote herself detailing her years in captivity, eventual rescue and recovery process. Jaycee and her faithful four-legged companions live in California.
Book Your Hotel Room Now
PATH Intl. has negotiated a discounted hotel rate of $149 + 12.5% sales tax. The contracted rate is good until either the room block sells out or until October 9, 2019. Availability and rate cannot be guaranteed once the room block is sold out of after this date. ​Call the hotel directly at (303) 410-5000. Please identify yourself as attending the 2019 PATH International Conference to secure the discounted hotel rate. Or click here to book online.
Want More Information?
Make sure to check out the conference website for information, updates and all the exceptional events to come!
PATH Intl. | (800) 369-RIDE | E-mail | Website