Good things are worth waiting for, and that’s why we’re so excited to announce our first of two keynote speaker.
We will be welcoming Glennon Doyle to the 2017 Women’s Health Conference!
Glennon is the author of the inspiring and hilarious New York Times bestselling memoirs, Carry On, Warrior, and Love Warrior. She is the founder of Momastery.com, where hundreds of thousands of readers meet daily to experience her shameless and laugh-out-loud funny essays about marriage, motherhood, faith, addiction, recovery, and serving the marginalized.
She is also the creator and president of Together Rising, a nonprofit organization that has revolutionized online giving and connected countless families in need with millions of dollars in critical resources.
This list of accolades goes on and on, but what really excites us about Glennon is that she is a courageous truth-teller and hope-spreader. She will inspire you to believe in yourself. She will show you that you can stop hiding, competing, and striving for the mirage of perfection. This is how we will build lives, relationships, homes, businesses, and communities.
Life is brutal and it is beautiful: brutifal is what Glennon calls it. These qualities are so tightly woven together that they can’t be separated, which is why Glennon encourages us to embrace a life lived well, hard, and real.
Every time Glennon speaks, those who hear her message of courage and love call it life-changing.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear her in person. Reserve your ticket today!
Also, don't forget to meet our other keynote speaker: Angela Gaffney.
“Health doesn’t just happen – it takes consistent and conscious effort to achieve it and maintain it. Your choices in life will support and encourage you or cause you to veer off course.”
Those are words of wisdom from keynote speaker, Angela Gaffney. We are thrilled to share that this wellness coach and author will be presenting at the 2017 Women’s Health Conference.
Let’s give her a warm welcome!
Like most of us, Angela thought life would go on no matter what. She was engrossed in her work, caring for her family of four, and living life to the fullest. Convenience food and diet Coke kept her going until her energy tank ran dry each night. She’d wake up and repeat the cycle the next day.
Then, after a two-year struggle with a failing body, Angela was told to go home and prepare for a progressive disease to take her life. You’ll quickly realize this dynamic, big-hearted speaker and author rarely takes no for an answer.
Angela is the catalyst for healthy transformation. After devoting intense time, education, and energy into regaining her own health and becoming a certified health coach; she shares these same proven strategies to help hundreds of others lose weight, boost energy, rid the body of pain, and regain a zest for life.
In addition to sharing her inspiring message, Angela will put her advice into action. She will help to plan our lunch menu and will walk us through the health benefits of her choices.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Angela’s story and advice. Reserve your ticket to the Women’s Health Conference today!
And meet our other keynote speaker: Glennon Doyle!
You know intuitively that your friendships with other women are important.
Did you know that it’s scientifically proven these relationships actually help us live better lives?
The famed Nurses’ Health Study from Harvard Medical School found that the more friends a woman had, the less likely she was to develop physical impairments as she aged. She also was more likely to lead a joyful life. Researchers concluded that not having close friends was as detrimental to a woman’s health as smoking or carrying extra weight.
Let’s give our friends a hand!
That said, we also know that it can be difficult to find time to nurture these friendships. So, we invite you to make the Women’s Health Conference a new tradition.
Ask your closest friends to join you as you take a day to focus on your health. Spend the day together laughing, learning, and loving each other. Take away valuable information and inspiration from our presenters and hold each other accountable as you all work on making yourselves a priority.
If you are from out of town, consider making the Women’s Health Conference an overnight getaway. Share a hotel room with one or more of those women who you wish you could spend more time with. Here’s your chance.
Start a new tradition. Your friends will thank you for it.
See you at the Women’s Health Conference!