Thursday March 17, 2016 0 comments
BOULDER -- CU Women’s Council, underwriter of the annual Women Inspiring Leadership Development (WILD) Summit, announced Dawn Hudson, chief marketing officer of the NFL, will deliver the morning keynote at this year’s event on April 1.
Social entrepreneur and women’s rights activist Khalida Brohi will present the afternoon keynote at WILD Summit IV to be held at the Marriott Hotel and Convention Center in Westminster.
“Dawn Hudson is so dedicated to developing women leaders that she recently held a conference on the topic herself,” said Julie Imig, WILD Summit IV chair. “And Khalida is a 24-year-old heroine who has made a huge impact on tribal and rural women in Pakistan.
“All of our panelists have so much to share with the audience. They will certainly make an impact, which is the theme of this year’s event.”
Organizers said this year’s event is almost sold out. To register, click here.
In addition to the keynote speakers, there are eight break-out sessions to choose from including:
- State of the State: Shifting the Women’s Economy in Colorado presented by Lauren Y Casteel, Rachael Donaldson and Ginny Corsi
- Soul of a New Profit Model: Weaving Social Impact into Your Triple Bottom Line presented by Rebecca Rose and Maria Barsallo
- Your Truest Impact in the Real World: The Ultimate Gut Check presented by Sue Heilbronner
- Max Your Impact: The Art of Getting Heard presented by Stephanie Rosol and Susan Brennan
- For Profit and For Good: Impacting Social Issues is Our Business presented by Stephanie Cox, Anke Corbin and Katie Wise
- Politically Corrected: Women (that means YOU) Changing the Conversation to Impact Policy and the Course of the Future presented by Fern O’Brien, Elizabeth Patterson and Pat Waak
- What’s Your Number?: Getting What You’re Worth presented by Bridgette Brinkman, Jane McAean and Barbara Batt
- The Big Bang Impact of Art: Feel Free to Make a Splash presented by Helen Forster, Marda Kirn and Deborah Malden
For more information on the Women’s Council and the WILD Summit visit wildsummit.org.