Recap: Women’s Leadership Conference

On Monday, the event we’ve been blogging about and everyone’s been raving about happened: The annual Women’s Leadership Conference. Since it went so well, I’m sure people will be raving about it for a while, until the next one! Since the theme of the conference was “Telling Our Stories Through Social Media”, I thought I’d do a recap of the social media highlights on twitter using our hashtag #ssuwlc.

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Communications professor Cindy Vincent @cindyv_xoxo appreciated Keynote Speaker’s Jaclyn Friedman’s @jaclynf  “Stay Curious” Bingo that finds new ways to break down the normalization of rape.

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Rebecca Jimenez @RebeccaAJimenez speaks out about the #ThisGirlCan campaign!

Screen Shot 2015-03-09 at 3.02.20 PM Sophomore Brittani Field @BrittaniField is inspired by Jaclyn Friedman!

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Genki Drummers filled the room with music!

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Student Susana Martinez @SusanaMarrr applauds femvertising and positive messages about women on social media.

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Senior Kati Nalbandian @kahteelynn stresses that social media is neutral. Social media is neither good nor bad, it is merely a tool.

If you need a refresher on the message of “This Girl Can”, read our latest blog post. The ladies at this conference expressed what they CAN and feel empowered to do on these notecards:


What would you put on your notecard? Please comment it on this Facebook post or reply it to this tweet for a chance to win an awesome WLC tee shirt (pictured below) in large!

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