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Join us for the
RISE Women in Health Care Leadership Summit


As women continue to break down barriers, let's discuss how women are succeeding in health care and what can be done to further their impact. With multiple facilitated networking opportunities and impactful panels led by pioneering senior-level women, you'll gain the specific tools and inspiration you need to propel your career to the next level.

Join health care industry’s brightest minds, leadership coaches, and motivational speakers as they address challenges and take an in-depth look at issues related to emotional intelligence, personal brand, and career advancement. With topics and keynotes strategically selected to empower, motivate, and help you propel your career to the next level, this is an event you can’t afford to miss.

Stay tuned for updates on 2021's summit! 

Who Should Attend

Designed for women working in health care organizations of all types in entry to director-level professional roles, the summit will benefit all women who are seeking career advancement or improved leadership skills within their organization. 

The goal of this event is to promote and advance women in the health care industry, therefore all genders are welcome.
Together we can continue to cultivate female leadership in health care.

Top Reasons to Attend Women in Healthcare

The aim of this conference is to promote women in leadership positions across health care and health care adjacent industries, therefore it is open to all genders so that collectively we can continue to cultivate female leadership across the industry.

Attendees of last year's event were able to:

  • Gain new leadership skills to advance your career
  • Get inspired by keynote speakers, special presentations, and hands-on workshops
  • Share ideas and connect with your peers during interactive round-table discussions
  • Hear strategies for building a resilient and highly efficient team
  • Discuss tactics and best practices for finding work/life balance
  • Learn how to start the diversity and inclusion conversation at your own organization