I’m humbled and honored to announce that I will be presenting at this year’s National Conference for College Women Student Leaders sponsored by NASPA and AAUW.
Programs like the one you have proposed will help college women student leaders bring innovative ideas to campus and to find their voice. Your program was selected as one of approximately 55 programs that will be presented at this year’s conference.
I will be presenting “Personal Accountability for Success” and it’s a session that I’ve presented before at NACA and ACUI Conferences (but not in years) so I’m excited to be pulling out the information, finding a new way to present the material, and giving these women leaders a new way of looking at their choices and ultimately their successes.
I took a look at the agenda for the conference and was very excited to learn that Chelsea Clinton will be speaking. I just saw her on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and was interested to hear about the work she’s been doing with the Clinton Foundation.
Over the past 12 years, the Foundation has built partnerships with governments, businesses, NGOs, and individuals everywhere to strengthen health systems in developing countries; fight climate change; expand economic opportunity in Africa, Latin America, and the United States; and help Americans live healthier lives. Additionally, Clinton Global Initiative members have made more than 2,800 Commitments to Action to improve more than 430 million lives in more than 180 countries.
It sounds like an amazing opportunity for these women and I’m also hoping to see if we can get some women from Binghamton University to attend.
If any of you out there reading this are attending or presenting – let me know so we can connect!
Here’s more about the conference:
NCCWSL is where college women make their future what they want.
As America’s premier conference for college women, the conference provides a transformative experience for attendees and prepares them to be the next generation of leaders. Each attendee becomes a part of the 29-year legacy of the conference.
At this two and a half day conference, students
- Choose from more than 50 workshops that prepare them for life after college.
- Meet incredible role models including Women of Distinction awardees and speakers.
- Make connections for life.
- Discover their future from more than eighty graduate schools and employers, and
- Gain the confidence and skills to return to their campuses and communities ready to take action.