Tickets Now Available for West Hollywood’s 13th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference

Registration is open for the City of West Hollywood’s 13th annual Women’s Leadership Conference.  The conference is organized around the theme “Advocate. Connect. Unite.” and features a full day of networking, leadership workshops, and advocacy training. It will take place on Saturday, May 11, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 625 N. San Vicente Blvd.

Those attending can view the schedule, register and purchase tickets online.    Advance registration tickets are available at the regular rate of $25. A discounted rate for seniors and full-time students is $15. There is a $35 at-the-door rate. Ticket prices include a continental breakfast, lunch, and the full day of conference activities. 

The Women’s Leadership Conference is presented by the city in collaboration with its Women’s Advisory Board, Lesbian and Gay Advisory Board and Transgender Advisory Board. The event will begin with registration and a continental breakfast, followed by leadership sessions held throughout the day. The topics are Women in Film & Media – Expanding Narratives & Creating Change, Balancing Activism and Civic Engagement with Careers, Leveraging Social Media for Success, How to Get Appointed to a Board or Commission and Economic Empowerment

Those attending will choose among those five topics with workshops and panels held at the West Hollywood Library Community Meeting Room and the City Council Chambers. Check-in is at the Park auditorium.

Advance registration tickets for the Women’s Leadership Conference are available at the regular rate of $25. A discounted rate for seniors and full-time students is $15. Ticket prices include a continental breakfast, lunch and the full day of conference activities. Parking is available in the adjacent five-story structure, accessible from North San Vicente Boulevard, as well as across the street in the Pacific Design Center lot.

Limited onsite parking is available in the adjacent five-story structure accessible from N. San Vicente Boulevard, as well as across the street in the Pacific Design Center lot.