The Women’s Success Summit, a unique seminar created by women in chiropractic for women in chiropractic, will open its doors on Friday, November 6 at 6 p.m. in Nashville, Tennessee. The Summit is hosted by the League of Chiropractic Women (LCW).
Attendees will have the benefit of experiencing exemplary main stage speakers as well as smaller, more intimate gatherings for deeper learning.
Featured speakers for this third annual Success Summit are Pam Jarboe, Shannon Burke, Teri Kanan, Mary Lucus Flannery, Stephanie Foisy Mills, Jeanne Ohm, Alana Callender, Krista Burns, Sharon Gorman, Barbara Loe Fisher, and Cathy Wendland-Colby. The prestigious “Legacy” Award ceremony, taking place on Friday night, will honor Alana Callender. Callender has dedicated herself to the history of the profession, and carries a special interest in women and chiropractic.
“The Success Summit is about learning from the most inspirational people in the profession and connecting with likeminded women who support and love chiropractic. This event will touch your heart,” Burns said.
The LCW provides incredible support for the unique needs and concerns of women in chiropractic, through the community spirit created by the local, regional, international, and student LCW chapters, many of which will be represented at the Summit.
The purpose of the LCW is, “To intentionally develop, empower, and grow a community and a legacy of powerful and innovative women leaders in loving service for chiropractic.” Most importantly, the stated mission of the LCW is “To serve the vitalistic principles of chiropractic as a subluxation-focused and drugless profession.” All women living this philosophy are encouraged to attend, including students, doctors, CAs, and teachers.
The League of Chiropractic Women was founded in March 2012 by a group of female leaders whose intention was to better serve the profession. The LCW is a strong voice focusing on empowering, supporting, and developing confident leaders in the profession.
Source: League of Chiropractic Women