19th Annual Women’s Economic Opportunity Conference

  • Vermont Technical College 124 Admin Drive Randolph, VT USA

The 19th Annual Women's Economic Opportunity Conference, organized by Senator Patrick Leahy, will be an exciting and enriching occasion filled with opportunities for hands-on learning, along with practical conversations about building opportunities for success.

Jane Lindholm, host of Vermont Public Radio’s Vermont Edition, will present this year’s keynote address. 

Featuring nearly two dozen workshops, this daylong conference will help you learn how to capitalize on social media, gain invaluable marketing know-how, and achieve that critical work-life balance. This year’s conference will feature a newly added Networking Hub for you to personally connect and strengthen your professional networks with other attendees. 

This conference capitalizes on the diversity of professional talent and entrepreneurship that makes Vermont a great place to live, raise families and cultivate businesses.

How to Register:

In the interest of making this conference accessible to all Vermonters, there is no charge to register. Lunch is also provided free with registration.
For online registration, please RSVP via EventBrite and fill out the registration questionaire by clicking HERE
Prefer to register by phone? Please call Vicki at (802) 728-9101.
Other Questions? Please call Senator Leahy's Montpelier office at (802) 229-0569.
Registration deadline is September 13th, 2015

WEOC 2015 Agenda

8:00 AM               Registration/Exhibits/Coffee (Located in Judd Hall)
8:25-8:30              Welcome by Dan Smith, President, Vermont Technical College
8:30-9:35              U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy
Keynote Speaker Jane Lindholm, Host, VPR’s Vermont Edition
9:45-11:45         AM Workshops (75-minute and 2-hour sessions, including Networking Hub)
Lunch will be served in Morey Dining Hall immediately following morning workshops.
1-3:15PM         PM Workshops (1-hour and 2-hour sessions, including Networking Hub)
3:25-3:45        Closing remarks, raffle and evaluations in Judd