Registration is open for the Fall Conference of the Nebraska Women’s Leadership Network, Oct. 24-25 in Lincoln.
The conference marks the 20th anniversary of the network, celebrating two decades of professional development, mentoring and personal growth among women connected to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The conference features two days of workshops that will connect women who have an affinity for the university with opportunities for professional development, mentoring and personal growth.
The conference keynote, featuring the hosts of popular podcast “Pantsuit Politics,” on Oct. 25 at Love Library is free to the public. Registration for the keynote is due by Oct. 10.
Conference participants must also register by Oct. 10. Cost to attend for alumni is $130 for both days, $40 for Oct. 24 or $90 for Oct. 25. Registration for current university students is $20 and free for members of the Student Alumni Association.
Attendees also have the chance to purchase tickets to attend the Nebraska vs. Indiana football game on Oct. 26.
Other featured speakers at the conference include Husker alumnae: Sherry Ott, a 1992 graduate, travel blogger and influencer recently highlighted by Oprah Magazine; and Amy Ostermeyer, a 1998 and 2006 graduate and vice president of human resources for Monolith.
The Nebraska Women’s Leadership Network, formerly known as “Cather Circle,” is a program of the Nebraska Alumni Association that promotes the growth and education of women and creates a nationwide network of female leaders who each have ties to the university. Network events are held throughout the year with conferences hosted twice each year.
For more information, contact Maria Muhlbach, director of alumni outreach, at 402-472-4218 or firstname.lastname@example.org.