The Pennsylvania Conference for Women is designed to engage, enlighten and empower women from across the state.
The non-partisan, one-day Conference features nationally recognized speakers, presenters and panelists who are leaders in business, media, health, personal development and finance. They share their experience and expertise on everything from leading change to managing money to finding a work/life balance.
The Conference offers something for everyone. The one-day event features more than 75 renowned speakers sharing inspirational stories and leading seminars on the issues that matter most to women, including health, personal finance, executiveleadership, business and entrepreneurship, work/life balance, media, and more. The popular Young Women's Program features speakers and topics that encourage young women to overcome obstacles and maximi ze their potential.
Through its Scholarship Program, the Conference helps deserving female college students pursue their education.
Thousands of Pennsylvania businesswomen and community leaders participate in the Conference every year, to connect, learn practical and professional strategies from nationally recognized experts, and network with peers.
The Pennsylvania Conference for Women is the state’s premiere networking and educational event for women, designed to engage, enlighten and empower attendees from across the state.
Exhibitors at the Conference offer a wide range of products and services meaningful to women. More than 150 exhibitors will have the opportunity to make profitable new business contacts, present new products, educate decision makers and fulfill entrepreneurial outreach, diversity and recruitment programs.
We accept all types of exhibitors into the show each year. In particular we are looking for exhibitors who can show that their service, product and/or company empower and enhances a woman’s life.
We strive to maintain a balance between the different types so as to offer our attendees the widest variety possible. Examples of exhibitor types include: museums, universities, retail vendors, healthcare organizations, non-profits, government agencies, professional services, and many more. Exhibitors can offer products, goods, services and information applicable to women. Many have volunteer, donor, education, and/or employment opportunities available for attendees as well.