30th Anniversary Celebration of The Business and Professional Women of Durham
Saturday April 28, 2018
10AM - 2PM
Abilities Centre, 55 Gordon St. Whitby
We hope you can join us.
This event is for anyone who wants to make their life matter by making a difference
Doors Open 9:30AM for Registration and Networking
Durham Region Community Agencies will be showcased.
Our Agenda and Topics
It’s Never Too Early to Stand up for Issues that Affect Your Future by Teen Activists Maryam and Nivaal Rehman
Human Trafficking: Modern Slavery is Closer than You Think by Men Ending Trafficking Founder, John Cassells
From Intention to Impact by our Keynote Speaker, Lorna Weston Smyth,John Maxwell Leadership and Mindset Coach
No Where to Call Home - Stories of the Homeless by Author Leah Denbok (Books will be available for purchase)
Tickets available through bpwdurham.com
$35 per person includes Speakers, Refreshments, Networking
Buy your ticket by April 20th for chance to win:
1st Prize - Free Coaching Strategy Session with Lorna Weston-Symth
2nd Prize - 1 month membership in Speaker's Club
3rd Prize - John Maxwell Book
Proceeds from this conference will go to the BPW Durham Bursary Program, a program that for over 20 years, supports women needing financial support to achieve their educational goals.
Time: 10AM – 2PM
Location: Abilities Centre
55 Gordon St, Whitby, ON L1N 0J2
Cost: Conference $35/pp
BPW Durham Walk the TALK Conference Registration
Please register below so we will know how many to expect in order to have enough seating prepared. If you need assistance with registration, please contact us.