Political Development Series
First Session: September 15, 2016
The second annual Political Development Series is off to a great start with a cohort of 40 women! This interactive and instructive training teaches women the how and why of running for public office. Over the course of six months, this cohort of women hears from a variety of experts and participate in various workshops—all designed to prepare them to run for office.
Elevate HER Corporate Series
ElevateHER to the C-Suite
The first training as part of our corporate series, ElevateHER to the C-Suite brought in Gloria Feldt to facilitate training for women looking to take their career to the next level.
Utah Women Charity Golf Classic
August 30th, 2016
Offering both a tournament option as well as a clinic to learn how to golf, this women’s-only event offered a chance for women to network, learn how to golf, and learn how golfing can be an important part of business.
The Neuroscience Behind Decision-Making: How to Recruit and Retain Diverse Talent
November 8th, 2016
This workshop with Kimberly Papillon explored how unconscious processes can affect decision making, specifically how it impacts the way we recruit and retain top talent, create policy and align the organization climate with leaders’ values.
Introduction to Corporate Boards: Why Women Should Seek Board Membership
February 7th, 2017
Women joined facilitator Natalie Gochnour with panelists Peggy Thompson, Gretchen McClain, Ron Jibson and Tania Binder to learn more about what they need to know to serve on a corporate board.
3rd Annual ElevateHER Challenge
May 8th and 9th, 2017
We had 30 new organizations stand to take the ElevateHER Challenge.
We had guest speaker President Deneece Huftalin joining us on May 8th, with a discussion on the topic “Turn Up The Yes,” and guest speaker Barbara Annis joining us on May 9th, to share her research about gender intelligence and the difference between women’s and men’s brains.
Implementing the ElevateHER Challenge
June 21, 2017
This was an event for organizations that have taken the ElevateHER Challenge and formally committed to elevating women to find out what to do next. We discussed how organizations can begin the process of elevating women.