Women Today Leading Tomorrow
A Symposium on Empowerment for Women
Saturday, February 22, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Women Today Leading Tomorrow (WTLT) is a symposium designed to educate young women about opportunities for representation and leadership of women in all career sectors; empower participants to pursue or continue on a path of leadership in the workplace, marketplace, and community; and encourage a multi-generational commitment to supporting future cohorts.
- Provide an informative and multi-faceted seminar that promotes candid dialogue about leadership opportunities for women in the public and private sector
- Provide a platform for young women to explore and pursue opportunities related to continual learning and development for careers or volunteer work across fields where women are underrepresented
- Unite women and cultivate a “multi-generational” commitment to giving-back while moving forward
Early Registration by Wednesday, February 5, 2020: $40 adults /
$25 students, includes lunch
Register by Monday, February 17, 2020: $50 adults /
$30 students, includes lunch
NOTE: Thanks to multiple generous donors, we've waived the event registration fee for all local high school/college students and school staff to make it more feasible for you to attend! (Pay only $10 if you choose to stay for our Networking Lunch, which concludes the event.)
Registration for this event is now closed. If you wish to attend the event and have not registered, please email Erica Franzzo '03, Communications and Public Relations Manager, at email@example.com.
Meet our speakers and read about their sessions.
- Keynote: "The Beauty of Servant Leadership" with Lorraine Ranalli
- Keynote: "Thy (NOT MY!) Will Be Done" with Kristin Smedley
- Breakout Session: "Motherhood: A Square Peg in Your Career's Round Hole" with Ronica Cleary
- Breakout Session: "How Sports and Fitness Fuel a Mindset of Success" with Jen Crompton
- Breakout Session: "Managing Personal Conflict" workshop with Anna Maria DiDio '74
- Panel Discussion: "Managing Stress and Achieving a Successful Work/Life Balance "