Frequently Asked Questions

When is the Conference?

The 18th annual PA Conference for Women will be held November 10, 2021.

When does registration open?

Sign up for our email list and follow us on social for updates and registration announcements!

How much is a ticket?

Details for the 2021 Pennsylvania Conference for Women will be coming soon. For reference, a ticket to our most recent in-person event in 2019 was $225.

What does my ticket include?

Your ticket includes:

  • Two keynote sessions
  • Nine (or more) expert-led breakout sessions.
  • Three hour-long breakout sessions featuring a great variety of workshops, panels, and lectures
  • All day access to the Exhibit Hall, featuring free career coaching, résumé review, social media and small business pavilions, local and women-owned small businesses and much, much more!

How can I register?

Online registration opens Spring 2021. Please be sure to join our email list to receive the latest news about next year’s conference and other events.

How can I request special accommodations?

Any requests related to special needs must be made in writing. Please email your request to [email protected].

How do I become a speaker?

Please visit our Speaker Proposal page for information on becoming a speaker.

How do I become a sponsor?

Contact Wendy Morris at [email protected]

How do I become an exhibitor?

Visit our Exhibitors page for information or email [email protected]

If my plans change, can I get a refund?

We will be unable to offer any refunds for ticket purchases. We apologize we will be unable to make any exceptions to this policy. However, if you know in advance that you will not be able to use your ticket, you can always transfer it to someone else.

(Please remember by purchasing your ticket or a group of tickets, you are agreeing to the terms of this policy and forfeit your right to dispute charges.)

Who produces the Conference?

The Pennsylvania Conference for Women is a 501(c)3 organization, Tax ID# 20-0447019, with oversight by a volunteer board of directors.

Are men welcome to join?

Most warmly! If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. We believe that gender partnership is the surest way to workplaces that work for everyone. While the majority of our attendees are women, men are starting to attend in greater numbers and typically find the day’s programming unique and enlightening.

I have another question. Who can help me?

Visit our Contact page for a list of contacts who can help.

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