MARCH 30, 2017
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS
University Center & Michael D. Rose Theatre

CONNECT. UNITE. TRANSFORM!

The Junior League of Memphis welcomes all women to join us for our second annual community-focused, leadership conference—the Memphis Women’s Summit. The summit will span themes of professional, personal and community leadership to invigorate and empower us to elevate Memphis.

The one-day event includes: breakout sessions with local leaders, vendor booths focused on women’s issues and interests, a luncheon featuring a panel of top female leaders in Memphis, and a keynote address from Susan Packard, Co-Founder of Scripps Networks Interactive & Former Chief Operating Officer, HGTV. The Memphis Women’s Summit is the only event dedicated to developing and empowering women. Want more information on how you can get involved? Click here to view the 2017 MWS Sponsorship Levels packet.

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Presented by Junior League of Memphis

Memphis Women’s Summit is a part of the Junior League of Memphis’ mission to create stronger communities by helping women reach their full potential as leaders.

Summit speakers

The Memphis Women’s Summit will feature local female visionaries and leaders who’ll share their expertise on a wide range of subjects — all focused on galvanizing women to elevate Memphis.

General Event Information

When: Thursday, March 30, 2017

Where: University of Memphis, University Center & Michael D. Rose Theatre

Parking: Zach Curlin Parking Garage Details

Schedule: View here

Breakout Session Subjects

  • Developing the Potential of Women
  • Improving Communities
  • Promoting Volunteerism
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Luncheon Panelists

Top Memphis women executives across diverse industries will come together for informative and lively discussions about defining traits and accentuating strengths of women in leadership roles.

Leaders of Tomorrow

Memphis Women’s Summit will also offer the opportunity to our Leaders of Tomorrow. These driven young women are required to have a 3.0 GPA or higher and also demonstrate strong leadership skills.

Vendors

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Visit our vendor market with booths focused on women’s issues and interests. 2016 included:

Baptist Memorial Health Care * First Tennessee Bank * University of Memphis * ServiceMaster * Memphis Business Journal * BlueCross BlueShield of TN Community Trust * Sedgwick * Pro-Mos * Heather Boutique & Spa * Triumph Bank * Java4Jobs * Jackson Lewis P.C * Studio Norwood Photography * Agape North

Sponsors

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