Speaking Engagements

We hope you’ll join us at these upcoming events!

December 13, 2018

Kidding Around Greenville
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Facebook Live interview with Kidding Around Greenville

Kidding Around Greenville is the most popular online resource in our area for families. During our Facebook live interview on December 13th, we will be discussing returning to work opportunities and pitfalls.

November 15-16, 2018

Trident Technical College
N. Charleston, SC

Center for Women: C4WNEW Conference 2018

C4WNEW is the annual conference of the Center for Women. The conference brings fresh ideas, useful knowledge, and innovative thinking to curious and ambitious women in South Carolina, igniting their professional growth, personal transformation, and economic advancement. Driven by the idea that “I don’t shine if you don’t shine,” C4WNEW is designed to facilitate meaningful connections that are essential to women’s individual and collective success.

The C4WNEW Conference will convene 200-300 professional women, including executives, entrepreneurs, young professionals, and those navigating career transition. The audience comes from throughout the state and spans a variety of ages, education levels, and socio-economic backgrounds to connect women across traditional communities to share insight and experiences.

November 9, 2018

Younts Conference Center
Furman University
3300 Poinsett Hwy
Greenville, SC 29613

WREN Upstate Summit 2018: Women’s Economic Empowerment

WREN will hold its first Upstate Summit on November 9, 2018 at Furman University. The Summit is the culmination of a series of events focused on building an agenda for women’s economic empowerment.

The purpose of the summit is to work with partners in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to build a coalition and identify strategies for women’s economic mobility and empowerment.

November 8, 2018

North Greenville University
Tim Brashier Campus
Greer, S.C.

NGU Own Your GAP Mastertalk

Women often face struggles as they leave the workplace and feel stigmatized, even to the point of feeling ill-equipped to return to their chosen profession. A GAP in your resume does NOT have to be a negative thing.

  • Planning to leave the workforce?
  • Looking to return to the workforce after time away?
  • Just longing to shift your career?

Connect with other women in a roundtable discussion about how you can plan for your GAP, utilize and maximize your skills while out of the workforce, and successfully re-enter the workforce reenergized by your GAP experiences.

Become involved in changing the narrative associated with the GAP for the professional woman. Join us at the “Own Your Gap” Round Table sponsored by North Greenville University in partnership with the SC Department of Commerce. Download the event flyer here.

October 18, 2018

Walhalla High School
4701 SC-11
Walhalla, SC 29691

She Can Tri Seminar

She Can Tri is dedicated to making sure young girls and women know their options. Through education and mentorship, we are changing perceptions, raising expectations, and leveling the playing field in male-dominated industries. After all, careers don’t have a gender.

We want the current and next generation to push boundaries from the front lines to the c-suite.

She Can Tri operates in partnership with the Service Women’s Action Network (SWAN), A 501(c)(3). SWAN supports, connects and advocates for military women.

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