The next KSU Siegel Institute Phenomenal Women's Conference is just around the corner. Those still looking for a great gift for that special woman in their life should consider purchasing an advance ticket for her for this event. Guest speakers scheduled will offer Georgia women a unique opportunity to meet some of the best professional and personal contacts to be made in the state.
According to a Dec. 16 email from Joann Trodahl, the KSU program coordinator for the annual Siegel Institute sponsored event, the theme this year is "Believe, Begin, Become."
And if the agenda being touted for the event is any indication, there will be a lot to believe from the presenters this year, who seek to help other women to begin on the path to greater fulfillment and career success in 2014 that they have enjoyed.
Speakers will help attendees get on the fast track for their individual personal and professional goals, gearing their lectures to target key concerns of most women. And it is all so you can become who you want to be in the new year.
The list of speakers include last year's Phenomenal Woman award winner Taunya Lowe from the Resurgent Group, as well as a host of other celebrated women in a variety of professional fields. But work-related topics are not the only ones on the agenda for the women who attend, as the conference includes workshops geared for addressing personal interests too.
The all-day event includes a fine-dining lunch experience as well as the ability to choose and attend between four of the eight personal and professional workshops scheduled for the day. In addition, your ticket entitles you to admittance to the keynote address and play that is scheduled.
Attendees tend to return year after year for this one-time annual opportunity to meet and network with women of diverse backgrounds, so early ticket purchase is recommended, as only a certain number of seats are available.
The 14th annual conference is sponsored each year by the Siegel Institute for Leadership, Ethics and Character, and held at the KSU Center located at 3333 Busbee Dr., NW, in Kennesaw, Ga.
More information about tickets for the March 21, 2014 event can be obtained by contacting Trodahl at 678-797-2204, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting the advance ticket registration site.