We are delighted to spotlight the upcoming 2011 Women’s Empowerment Conference hosted by the Women’s Empowerment Group on May 21, 2011 at the Technical College of the Lowcountry, Beaufort Campus, Beaufort, SC, happening at 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Dedicated to educating and assisting women to live “Healthier Lives Through Education,” the Women’s Empowerment Group has created their very first Women’s Empowerment Conference for all women of the Lowcountry to attend. In an effort to educate women and young females about common health issues, the conference will work to educate females about heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke, and chronic diseases. Attendees may also receive HIV tests, as well as breast exams.
Throughout the day at the conference, there will be a variety of breakout session topics, including . . .
Dream Big, Live True: This is an entrepreneurial workshop hosted by Elizabeth Millen, editor and publisher of Pink Magazine.
Breast Health 101: This workshop will focus on what females can do to take care of their breasts and work to prevent breast cancer. The workshop will be hosted by Lucy Spears, a mission / coordinator survivor.
Sexy Senior: This workshop will focus on sex throughout life and will be hosted by Gwen Bampfield, JD.
Fats: The Good, Bad and the Ugly: Hosted by Sarah Smith, RD, LD, CDE, this workshop will focus on how to prevent chronic diseases.
Your Body is Your Temple: This discussion will focus on how to nourish the body and soul, and will be hosted by Gina Jordan, MD.
Sexual Health: With a focus on women’s sexual health issues, this workshop will be hosted by Ardra Davis-Tolbert, MD.
Teen Conference: This discussion will focus on a broad range of health topics for teenagers ages 13 – 18.
The event will also feature health screenings, door prizes, fitness demonstrations, heart health discussions, snacks and beverages, and giveaways.
**Since seating at the event is limited, please pre-register prior to Saturday, May 14. Registration is completely free. Click here to fill out your pre-registration form.
Spread the word and bring your daughters, mothers, grandmothers, and girlfriends for a day of fun and health education you’ll always remember.
For more information, click here to visit the Women’s Empowerment Group website.