Women’s Leadership Conference
Women’s Leadership Conference 2017
The UCR Alumni Association, in co-sponsorship with the Women’s Resource Center, Women in Business student organization and ASUCR, invites you to the Second Annual Women’s Leadership Conference. UCR Alumni and friends will lead sessions where they will discuss various topics that women face in the workplace. The program will include keynote speakers, breakout sessions and conclude with a professional dress fashion show.
March 11, 2017
9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
A light breakfast, coffee, tea and lunch will be served.
UCR Students $25
UCR Alumni Association Members $25
UCR Alumni $30
UCR Staff/Faculty $30
**Please note that we had a last minute change in our morning keynote speaker due to availability. On the flyer and program for the day you will see Tamica Smith Jones noted. The keynote speaker will now be UCR alumnae Josefina E. Canchola ’88.**
Josefina E. Canchola ’88
What’s Your Worth
Do you know what you are worth? Learn the art and skill of salary negotiations with employers. This workshop will provide you with key negotiation tips to get properly compensated at new jobs and learn techniques to request a salary increase in your current job.
Geneva to Riverside, the Journey so far – Convention on Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women
The Convention on Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) treaty was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1979. Thirty-four years later, in March 2014, Cities for CEDAW Program was launched to bring CEDAW to 100 U.S. Cities. This presentation will provide an overview of CEDAW and facts about its progress in the United States.
- Get the Job You Want
- Breaking the Glass Ceiling in IT
- You Inc.: The Art of Developing Your Professional Brand
- Resumes That Get You Noticed
- Women in Leadership
- Creating a Healthy Environment – Making the Healthy Choice the Easy Choice
- How Your Personality Can Impact Your Wallet
- Assertive or Aggressive? Skills for Women at Work
Photos from 2016 Conference
2017 Conference Partners