1020 Soboba Road                                     
San Jacinto, CA 92583                                               

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            ​2013 San Jacinto Valley Women's Conference Board:: Sitting, l-r:  Myrna Torres, Jerri Landrup, Linda Greilich,

            Standing, l-r: Dolores Badillo, Teresa Spraggs, Irma Ramos, Nicole Moore, Therese Steadman, Dee Cozart, Kathleen Osborne and Carla Jones. 


A conference developed to provide opportunities for professional development, personal growth, and health education to women of the San Jacinto Valley.

2015    "From the Heart"

This is the fourth year for San Jacinto Valley Women's Conference, and what an exciting year it's going to be! The support from wonderful sponsors and the dynamic women of our valley has grown exponentially. You've attended, learned and hopefully enjoyed a day of empowerment. The result provided continuing education scholarships for many women over the past three years. What could be more satisfying than that?

​The San Jacinto Valley Women’s Conference is a time for you to develop new friendships, hear uplifting messages, gain new insights, enjoy time with family and friends, and gather with great women in our community. The mission of the San Jacinto Valley Women’s Conference is to provide a positive experience for Valley women as we raise funds to help local women improve and advance their educational goals.

​The conference is held at the beautiful Country Club at Soboba Springs. A full continental breakfast begins the day and local vendors provide a wide variety of products for attendees to peruse and purchase throughout the day.

The theme for 2015 is “From the Heart”. Seven presenters and a panel will share their perspectives and insights on a variety of topics centered around our theme that will be timely and of interest and concern to women of all ages. We'll address both our physical heart and our emotional heart!

​We are hosting this exciting event for the benefit of women in the San Jacinto Valley. The Conference offers its attendees inspiration, personal development and resources. It is a marketplace of ideas, exhibits and networking designed to benefit women from all walks of life in the San Jacinto Valley. Funds generated provide scholarship opportunities for deserving local women. To date we have awarded 16 scholarships.




Single Ticket

Includes breakfast, lunch and entry into conference                                               $ 50

                                                                 $ 55

                                                    after 2/12/15

Table of 10

Discounted price through 2/12/15           $450


8' table provided plus one chair, all meals and registration for one person                        $ 85

Sponsorship Package

Many sponsorship packages available starting at:                                                             $ 250


Soboba Springs Country Club​

The Country Club at Soboba Springs

1020 Soboba Road

San Jacinto, CA 92583

February 26, 2015 @ 8:00 A.M.

(951) 378-5737




Thursday, February 26, 2015

Join  us at the San Jacinto Valley Women's Conference

Thursday, February 26, 2015



Puja K. Mehta, MD, FACC

Dr. Mehta is Director of the

Non-invasive Vascular Function 
Research Laboratory in the Barbra
Streisand Women's Heart Center at
​the Cedars-Sinai's Heart Institute. She is also Co-Director of the Cardio-Oncology Program, a clinic dedicated to the heart health of women after cancer treatment.

Sally Myers

In 1983 Sally and her husband,

Gary moved to Temecula with

their three children and started

BMW Management, which today

is the largest Sizzler Restaurant

franchise in the country,

operating 22 Sizzler locations in

California, two Richie’s Real American Diners in Rancho Cucamonga and the Westfield Palm Desert Mall; and a joint venture partner with Texas Road House in Menifee and Corona.  Sally is the VP of Marketing and works closely with her husband in all areas of the business.

Byron Walls

Byron Walls has

been speaking with wit
and humor on the subject of
crime safety for 20 years.  
Prior to starting "California
Crimefight" in 1996, Byron was the Director of “Citizens Against Crime” in Portland, Oregon, where he and his speakers spoke to over 20,000 people a year. He is a member of the National Criminal Justice Association and, in 1995, served on the Governor's Task Force on Workplace Violence for the State of Washington.


. . .  and many more!