Bay Path University will hold an in-person “REimagine” Women’s Leadership Conference on April 1, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., at MassMutual Center. For more information and to register, visit the Eventbrite ticket page.
Tyra Banks, model, producer, author, teacher, entrepreneur, will close the conference as the featured keynote speaker in the afternoon. Other keynote speakers include Suzy Batiz, founder of Poo-Pourri and Supernatural, and Patrice Banks, founder of Girls Auto Clinic (GAC).
The conference also will feature focus sessions, including Managing Complexity and Extreme Risk; The Power of Meaning; Staying Sane with Disruptive Personalities in the Workplace; and Thrive at Work.
Bay Path University is following COVID related guidelines shared by the Massachusetts Commissioner of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. To create the safest environment, all attendees of the Women’s Leadership Conference will need to provide proof of vaccination upon entry. Face masks will be required at all times unless actively eating or drinking.
For a quarter-century, the Bay Path University Women’s Leadership Conference has been bringing women together to talk to each other, learn from each other, and connect with each other.
According to Bay Path University, the leadership conference aims to empower women with the knowledge and confidence to navigate an increasingly complex career map.
“Every year, when the day of focus sessions and keynote speakers concludes, attendees exit with a palpable sense of pride and an air of purpose,” Bay Path states in the description of the event.
“Over the years, we’ve brought global leaders, best-selling authors, and award-winning performers to the WLC stage to share insight and inspiration with a diverse group of women like you. Each year, the Women’s Leadership Conference is designed to provoke thought and encourage exploration of issues that inhibit women’s financial, professional, and personal growth. The WLC aims to instill confidence, provoke questioning and inspire women to be powerful agents of their careers—and lives.”