Hadassah Northeast is presenting the Women’s Empowerment Conference “I’ve Got the Power, But What Do I Do With It Now?” at the Babson Executive Conference Center in Wellesley, Mass.
Kimberly Bookman, a WCVB reporter, will moderate the morning panel discussion, which focuses on professional, personal, spiritual and health issues confronting today’s modern woman. The luncheon and afternoon speakers include Janice Weinman, executive director/CEO of Hadassah in New York, and keynote speaker Kathrin Winkler, senior vice president and chief sustainability officer of the EMC Corporation.
Featured on the morning panel are Associate Dean Nan Langowitz of Babson College, who will speak about finding the right work/home balance; Meredith Goldstein of The Boston Globe, whose topic includes how to nurture family and personal relationships; Rabbi Suzanne Offit, who will speak about living a meaningful and purposeful life; and Dr. Florencia Halperin, an endocrinologist at Brigham & Women’s/Faulkner Hospital, who will offer help in finding reliable and accurate health information.
Registration and continental breakfast begin at 9 a.m. The conference concludes at 2:30 p.m. Meals are included in the $50 registration fee. The conference is open to the public.
Hadassah Northeast comprises chapters and groups in the Boston Chapter of Hadassah and the regions of Northern New England, Southern New England, Western New England, and Upper Mid-Atlantic. Founded more than 100 years ago, Hadassah is an American-based volunteer organization that supports medical, educational, environmental and child rescue work in Israel, and offers its more than 300,000 members opportunity for personal growth, education, advocacy and Jewish continuity.
Meals are included in the $50 registration fee.
Event Location: Babson Executive Conference Center
Executive Education Cir, Wellesley, 02482