SAVE THE DATE: Women's Symposium
Thursday, September 26, 2019
Crowne Plaza, Springfield IL

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Don't miss out on this day of inspiration, motivation and actionable tips to help you succeed.

7:30 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
8:30 a.m. Keynote Speaker
Registration: $115 on or before August 16th, $140 August 17th and after 
Register five people, get the sixth free!

To use the buy 5, get the 6th free feature, use the registration form to register the first person, then add 5 more as "guests". Enter the discount code "6free" and your price will be reduced by $115.

 

 

Keynote speaker, all breakout sessions, breakfast, lunch, snacks & cocktail reception included.


2019 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Bertrice Berry

Bertrice BerrySociologist, Bertice Berry, PhD. is, a best-selling author and award winning lecturer has been named Comedian of The Year, Lecturer of the Year and Entertainer of the Year. She has published 11 best-selling books in both fiction and non-fiction and has won numerous awards and accolades for both her writing and presentations. Berry has had her own nationally syndicated television show and has hosted, interviewed and made numerous television, documentary and radio appearances on a variety of diverse venues including The Tonight ShowOprah WinfreyBetween The LionsCrossfire20-20, NPR, PBS and Comedy Central and CBN.

Berry has used her unique gifts and talents as a writer and ghost writer for others on a wide range of topics including race and gender issues, sociological studies, stratification, healthcare reform, humor, spirituality, sexuality, slavery and the abolitionist movement, weight loss and wellness, relationships, servant leadership, transformational leadership, diversity and love.

Berry has led parades, had classrooms named after her and has been awarded over 10 honorary doctorates. She earned her own doctoral degree from Kent State University at the age of 26 and still sees her most fulfilling achievement and role in life as that of mother to her 5 adopted children.

“If you ain’t dead, you ain’t done,” a character in one of Berry’s novels says.

Berry believes that every one of us has been given a unique purpose and it is our obligation to find it and use it to improve first our own self and then for those we live and work with.


Questions? Contact Symposium Co-Chairs Jamie Stout or Jen DeJong