2019 twiSTEM Conference – Tri-State Women in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math

Please join us for our 5th biennial conference on Friday, September 20, 2019.

This year’s theme is professional development and our key note speaker is Donna Griggs. Donna will lead us in an interactive, action- packed, fun session that includes 5 leadership components that will make or break your growth and transformation goals, the NVision tool that focuses on your goals and the quickest way to meet them, and tips and tricks you can implement immediately to boost your success!

In addition, we have three other guest speakers:

  • Erik Deckers on Branding Yourself: How to Use Social Media to Invent or Reinvent Yourself
  • Dana Nelson on Make Your LinkedIn Work for You: 15 Things to Do Right Now to Get Noticed
  • Kathleen Lapekas on Having Difficult Conversations with Difficult People

A panel discussion with distinguished local female leaders will inspire you to push your career to the next level. Guests include Tanya Harris, Executive Director & General Manager for AstraZeneca Mt. Vernon and Jenny Bartley, Assistant General Manager- Production Control of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana.

When Friday, September 20, 2019
Time 08:00 am to 04:00 pm (lite breakfast and a lunch will be
provided)
Where Deaconess Pavilion Conference Center 3rd Floor of
Gateway Orthopedic & Neuroscience Hospital
4011 Gateway Blvd Newburgh, IN 47630
Who
Should
Attend
Women interested in networking with other female STEM
professionals and those seeking professional development.

Cost per   
Attendee
Registration    Link            

$50.00 – This fee includes conference registration and
2- years of twiSTEM membership! Copy and paste this
link into your browser search: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-twistem-conference-tickets- 61595509828

A complete agenda will be emailed to those that register.

This conference may qualify for continuing education credits for your professional certifications.

The conference provides local networking and professional development. It also serves as a fundraiser for yearly STEM community outreach activities for girls in grades 4-12.