in 2016 - SOLD OUT.
The Country Club at Soboba Springs
1020 Soboba Road
San Jacinto, CA 92583
February 23, 2017 @ 7:45 A.M.
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Soboba Springs Country Club
Includes breakfast, lunch and entry into conference $ 50
Table of 10
Discounted price through 2/12/16 $450
8' table provided plus one chair, all meals and registration for one person $ 85
Many sponsorship packages available starting at: $ 250
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A conference developed to provide opportunities for professional development, personal growth, health education and fun to women of the San Jacinto Valley and the region.
2017 "Opening Doors"
This is the sixth year for the San Jacinto Valley Women's Conference, and what an exciting year for this popular event! The support from wonderful sponsors and the dynamic women of our valley keeps growing exponentially. You've attended, been inspired and had a day filled with personal development resources. The funds generated provided continuing education scholarships for many women. Your support and attendance has granted $21,000 in scholarships for deserving local women and $5,000 sponsorship for the Girl's Empowerment Conference for Middle School girls.
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. It's a dynamic day of speakers and networking for so many women to refresh, learn and be inspired.
The Women's Conference will be held at the beautiful Country Club at Soboba Springs. The daylong event kicks off at 7:45 A.M. with a Continental Breakfast which will be followed by a full lunch. For attendees who enjoy a unique shopping experience, there will be a number of vendors set up for the day. This year's theme: "Opening Doors" will be enhanced by an exciting line up of presentations centered on business, career, adventure, art and economics.
2016 San Jacinto Valley Women's Conference Board:: Sitting, l-r: Sheila Stillman, Cesaria Hernandez (M.C.), Kathleen Osborne Standing, l-r: Karen Revay, Nicole Moore, Teresa Spraggs, Nicole Holt, Sonia Ramos, Dolores Badillo, Debbie Perez-Flores, Dee Cozart, Linda Greilich
San Jacinto Valley
Dream it, Believe it, Prepare for it, DO IT !!
Gillian Larson has never satisfied her appetite
for adventure and travel despite her wide array
of experiences throughout her 69 years. She has traveled through 46 countries and all but a few U.S. states. This adventurous "granny" can climb and rappel 4,000 foot mountains and swim with the Great Whites. Not only is she versatile, but she is competitive by nature and feels as though she was a perfect fit for the game of SURVIVOR, she applied 15 times, went to 2 Open calls and had 3 interviews and never gave up . She always believed she would one day be selected and was for Gabon...She is an inspiration to young and old alike. Her audience of any demographic, walk away being inspired and motivated, with a new flame burning in their hearts to go for their dream.
Patti is a seasoned professional having
worked on camera in television with the likes
of Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, and Henry
Winkler. This past decade as CEO of Gribow Entertainment, Patti has produced and/or hosted over 300 TV shows including interviews with Dan Rather, Judy Woodruff, Gloria Allred, Jane Seymour, Cardinal Timothy Dolan and Senator John McCain. Gribow believes that service to the community is not a choice, but an obligation. Her advocacy for women has earned her numerous awards.
Joyce A. Johnson, the Dean of Career and
Technical Education at Mt San Jacinto College.
She is a native of California, born and raised
in Los Angeles. She is a wife to her
childhood sweetheart of 36 years, a mother to three young men and one daughter and a grandmother to four adorable grandchildren. She is an advocate of career education and mentors young women in careers choices. She is active in her community and church. In her spare time she is completing her doctoral degree in Community College Leadership at Cal State, Fullerton, and especially enjoys spending time with her family.
Thursday, February 23, 2017