That is one of the reasons why I REALLY enjoy going to the PA Conference for Women. It is an event where women are encouraged, empowered and supported.
Hearing women share their stories about everything from their careers, to how they balance their busy lives, to how they got over obstacles.
Sharing Experiences That Matter
Sitting around the table with experienced women who have paid their dues is life changing. Hearing about other women’s successes and failures are just part of what makes this gathering so enjoyable. During this conference, women don’t only listen and share, they network with women from all over. Women have an opportunity to to start relationships, that can last a lifetime, find a mentor or even become one.
Lessons I’ve learned from some of the previous PA Conference for Women
Jane Pauley talked about the importance of trying new things. Not allowing the obstacles in life to get in the way, even when there is fear or challenges right in front of your face. When Jane Pauley shared about how she was able to handle her mental illness and still thrive you could hear a pin drop.
Women inspire each other to greatness and that is one of the things that happens at the PA Women’s Conference.
Panel Discussions Full of Greatness
In the room you can find everything from stay-at-home moms, to CEO’s to scientists sharing what it took them to get where they are today. Nuggets of priceless information are dropped every hour and there is no doubt in my mind that this year will be just the same.
PA Conference for Women is full of great information, it’s good for women of any age and from any background. Since we all know knowledge and experiences are priceless this gathering of women is well worth it’s price in gold.
Add this event to your calendar, if you can’t go this time watch out for it next year.
This year’s conference features Anita Hill, Mindy Kaling, and local favorites like Monica Malpass and Tamala Edwards just to name a few.
This a picture with PA Conference for Women speaker, Linda Cliatt-Wayman. She is a principle and she shared her experiences at a principal at Strawberry Mansion High School.
This is a picture of Jessica Bacal, who wrote the book, “Mistakes I Made at Work: 25 Influential Women Reflect on What They Got Out of Getting It Wrong”.
This event is powerful and what happens there is just a picture of what happens when women came and share their greatness. I can’t wait to share what comes out of this year’s conference with all of you.
What are some of your favorite women empowerment events? What should we add to our list of go-to events?