UCW 2014 Professional Development Conference
Friday, August 1
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel, Tempe [map]

UCW's 2014 Professional Development Conference will be held Friday, August 1, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe. Early-bird registration runs through July 16 and is $99; registration after that date is $109.  Inclusive in your conference registration is your $30 membership dues for 2014-2015. Such a deal!

If you want to get a Purchase Order going for your conference fee or for those in your unit or school, download, complete and return this conference registration form to Tami McKenzie at Tami.McKenzie@asu.edu, or at fax #480-965-9199 (use vendor code UNIVCAREER). 

Download the 2014 UCW Conference Registration Form (downloads as 11 x 8.5 Word document, so have screen opened wide)

  LEARN MORE: View the full list of session descriptions and speaker bios 

"ME3: Empower, Engage, Enjoy!"

 The 2014 conference will feature sessions related to personal and professional growth:

    Take a Quantum Leap in Leadership: The Power of Alignment in Business and Life 

    Renie Cavallari, founder and chief inspiration officer, Aspire Marketing

    Wellbeing: A Multi-pronged Approach to Optimizing Your Health (and Performance)
    Jillian McManus, director, Organizational Health and Development 
    ASU Employee Assistance Office, Employee Wellness and Work-Life Programs

    Planning for the Future – with Wills, Trusts and Other Legal Tools
    Mediation, Limited Scope Representation and Other Trends in Family Court
    Denise Riden, attorney 

    Facebook Safety
    Strong Woman/Safe Woman
    Laura Gill, ASU Police Officer 

    Building a Fun, High-Energy Work Culture (think Seattle's Pike Place Fish Market!) 
    Nancy Starr-Cassidy, manager, HR Learning Technology, Salt River Project 

    Being an Advocate—for Yourself and Others
    Lilia Alvarez, co-founder, Citizens for A Better Arizona

    Not an Imposter: Know Your Skills
    Cory Dillon, director, Learning and Workforce Development, ASU

    Seven Ways You Hold Yourself Back: Women and Promotions in the Workplace
    Laurie Battaglia, Learning Development Manager, Wells Fargo

    Never Too Early: Saving for Retirement 
    Cinda Gerhauser, financial advisor, VALIC

    What IS Hospice and Palliative Care — and Know When to Call for Help! 
    Kim Yeatts, provider relations coordinator, Hospice of Arizona

    Vendor tables and door prizes/giveaways! Opportunities for chair massages!

    Continental breakfast, buffet lunch, and afternoon dessert (see full menu here)


    If you’re not able to attend the conference but would like to renew your
    dues now, you can send your Purchase Order or check for $30 to Staci Ewing, 
    Staci.Ewing@ASU.EDU, in the CLAS Dean’s Office, Fulton Suite 145, 
    Mail Code 6505. Need an invoice in order for your unit to initiate the payment? 
    Contact Staci and she’ll be happy to provide that. 

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