We will be at the 26th Annual Women’s Leadership Colloquium @ UMW!
Imagine a day of your proverbial cup being filled to the brim with an outpouring of knowledge, support, and encouragement from female leaders at the top of their field. That’s exactly what you will experience at the 26th Annual Women’s Leadership Colloquium at UMW. Held at the University of Mary Washington Stafford Campus, this day of empowerment features coaching, seminars, and networking all from a woman’s perspective.
This year’s event theme is “Be Your Own Hero!” which fits perfectly into our philosophy because we are all about solutions. Here at Organization Direct, we offer a wide variety of personalized organizing solutions for home, business, and even senior citizens. From time management to decluttering, we take your real issues and come up with real solutions.
We’re a proud sponsor of the 26th Annual Women’s Leadership Colloquium at UMW and can’t wait to share our expertise with attendees. Additionally, guests can look forward to many dynamic speakers, including the keynote speaker, Cosmo Fujiyama. As a life coach and nonprofit strategist, Cosmo will be speaking on ways to put learning at the center of your growth. Other speakers will address having an authentic leadership presence, being an effective influencer, becoming more bold in your daily life, and many other amazing topics. You don’t want to miss this incredible day of growth and learning.
As an official event sponsor, Organization Direct would like to extend a personal invitation for you to join us at this empowering event where we can further discuss how we can empower your business, home, and life.You can sign up here to attend this event. Let us walk you through making an action plan that can be the first step toward putting all the pieces into place that you need to succeed. Let us help you manage your time effectively so you can implement all of the new skills you’ll learn at the conference. Let us be that bridge you needed to catapult your life into the life you always dreamed you’d have.