Inspiring Women in Public Administration Conference
Having It All / Making the Leap: Inspiration for Your Professional Journey
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
KU Edwards Campus BEST Conference Center, Overland Park
The 2013 Inspiring Women in Public Administration Conference will build on themes that emerged during the 2012 conference. We heard from U.S. Treasurer Rosie Rios that women can have it all – what she called "the whole pie of life" – and each of us gets to decide what's in the pie and how we slice it up.
For some, having it all is about finding a self-directed balance of personal and professional. For others, having it all requires making a leap: taking the risk to put ourselves in the running for positions of greater responsibility so that we can strengthen our influence around issues that matter to us.
On April 17 we’ll come together to exchange stories, ideas, and encouragement around both of these themes – having it all and making the leap – to find new ways to be “all in” for ourselves and our communities.
Join us. Be inspired.
|Date:||Wednesday, April 17, 2013|
|Time:||8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with reception to follow|
|Location:||KU Edwards Campus, BEST Conference Center
12600 Quivira Road, Overland Park, KS 66213»
|Cost:||$115 for full day; $75 for half day; $45 for students
The student rate is for full-time students and for part-time students whose employers are not paying the conference fee for the student.
|Deadline:||Monday, April 8, 2013|
|Lodging:||Listing of Overland Park hotels.»|
|Contact:||Alecia Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-291-3158|
You are also invited to join us for the 64th Annual Kansas City & County Management Conference
which takes place April 18-19 in Lawrence.
Kay Waldo Barnes, Director, Center for Leadership, Park University
Bonnie Svrcek, President, ICMA
2013 Conference Committee
Beth Linn (Chair), City of Edgerton, KS
Karen Davis, Management Partners, Inc.
Kimiko Gilmore, City of Kansas City, MO
Alecia Gray, KU Public Management Center
Maggie Mahoney, Dole Insititute of Politics
Jan Perkins, Management Partners, Inc.
Noel Rasor, KU Public Management Center
Susan Sherman, City of Olathe, KS
Hannah Sitz, University of Kansas