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BYU hosts Women's Leadership Conference March 5

Camille Fronk, professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University, will be the keynote speaker at the Women's Leadership Conference Saturday, March 5, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Wilkinson Student Center Ballroom.

The theme of the conference, "More Precious Than Rubies," is taken from Proverbs 31:10-31. No registration is required and the conference is free to the public.

The purpose of the conference is to provide an opportunity for women to learn to be effective leaders within the different roles they will have throughout their lives. It is sponsored by Leadership Education, Women's Services and Resources and the Department of Student Leadership.

Breakout sessions will follow the keynote address with six different classes available from which participants may choose.

Speakers and topics for the breakout session include the following:

  • Randy Bott - "Leading as a Woman of Strength and Honor"

  • Janette Hales Beckham - "Attributes of a Leader"

  • Marleen Williams - "Leadership in Motherhood and Marriage"

  • Carol Clark Ottesen - "Leadership and Service"

  • Charlene Winters - "Leadership Communication Skills and Education"

  • Anna Wight - "The Role of Confidence in Leadership" For information or questions, please call Rebecca Erekson, chair of the Women's Leadership Conference, at (801) 422-7176, rebecca_erekson@byu.edu.

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