TEXARKANA, Tx. – The Texarkana U.S.A. Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a 3rd annual fifty percent-working day meeting Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Texarkana, Texas Convention Middle.
The concentrate on viewers, which drew 181 attendees, was for the functioning girl of any profession. She could be a property-based mostly freelancer, an educator, or an government from a multi-million-dollar enterprise. There was a little something there to enchantment to any operating female.
The meeting held a panel dialogue of “InfluencHERs” like Dr. Jennifer Davis of Texas A&M College at Texarkana who served as moderator.
The target of the discussion integrated techniques by which the users of the panel had been influenced by their mentors and methods they, as functioning females, have the ability to influence other women of all ages in optimistic means in their professions.
Also collaborating on the panel had been Dr. Robin Hickerson of Texarkana, Ark. University District Jenny Walker, Literacy Council of Bowie and Miller Counties Dr. Christine Holt, University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana Elizabeth Burns Anderson, Farmers Bank Foundation and Dr. Loren Robinson of CHRISTUS St. Michael Clinic.
Following the panel, the girls were being served a delectable lunch provided by the Hilton Backyard garden Inn, while convention-goers have been handled to audio entertainment supplied by Candace Taylor.
The keynote speaker, Rachel Muir was launched next lunch. Rachel arrives from Austin, Texas where she launched Girlstart, a non-income business that encourages girls in the space of science, engineering, engineering and mathematics. She has been productive in elevating hundreds of thousands of pounds for the lead to.
Furthermore, Muir has been highlighted on CNN, Oprah and the These days Exhibit. Her main concept at the meeting was the worth of impacting and empowering women on their career paths.