2017 Author Signing Schedule

bookpeople booksBook signings will take place in the Exhibit Hall, next to the on-site bookstore.

9:45 – 10:15 am
Mallika Chopra (signing in HomeAway booth #729, Tech Pavilion)
Adam Grant
Anita Hill
J Kelly Hoey
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2017 Speaker Sara Brand of True Wealth Ventures Talks TXCFW on KVUE

Sara Brand, Founding General Partner of True Wealth Ventures, discusses how her firm helps support women entrepreneurs and her panel at the upcoming Texas Conference for Women.

Click to watch on KVUE.com.

Brand will be a panelist in the session, “How to Get Taken Seriously as a Woman in Tech” at the 2017 Conference.

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2017 Speaker Bobbi Dangerfield of Dell Talks TXCFW on KVUE

Bobbi Dangerfield, senior vice president of global business services at Dell, talks about her involvement with the sold-out Texas Conference for Women in November.

Click to watch on KVUE.com.

Dangerfield will be a panelist in the session, “Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Pushing the Boundaries for Success” at the 2017 Conference.

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2017 Speaker Ruth Hughs of the TX Workforce Commission Talks TXCFW on KVUE

Ruth Hughs, Commissioner Representing Employers of the Texas Workforce Commission, talks about her involvement with the sold-out Texas Conference for Women in November.

Click to watch on KVUE.com.

Hughs will emcee the session “Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Pushing the
Boundaries for Success” at the 2017 Conference.

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Hurricane Harvey

Updated 8/28/17

Our hearts are heavy seeing the thousands of Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey this week. We love this great state and its wonderful people, and we know that the strength, resilience, and love all Texans share will help us heal and rebuild.

But right now, relief is needed in many forms. We have compiled a list of organizations and groups that are accepting donations and assistance for those affected, and we ask that you help when and where you can, both now and going forward.  Read More

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2017 Speaker Holly Windham of Rackspace Talks TXCFW on KVUE

On KVUE’s “Wednesday’s Woman,” Holly Windham, global general counsel for Rackspace, talks about her involvement with the sold-out Texas Conference for Women in November.

Click to watch on KVUE.com.

Windham will be a panelist in the session “Using Setbacks to Build Resilience and Succeed” at the 2017 Conference.

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TexasWomen App FAQ

How do I download the app?

Just search “TexasWomen” in your app store, or use the appropriate download link below.

Download now on the App Store  Get it now on Google Play  BB-World-button  Windows-store-button

What if I already have the app from the 2016 Conference?

You do not need to download the app again; simply refresh the app by tapping “Menu” in the top left corner, then click on “Update App Now.”

How do I log in?

Tap “LOGIN” in the top-right corner, then simply type in your email address and click “Continue.”

How do I create a profile?

Once you’ve logged in by providing your email address, you can customize your profile by tapping “Profile.” Fill in as little or as much info as you’d like. You can also auto-fill your profile by clicking “Use Your LinkedIn Profile.”

How do I create My Schedule?

You can only create a schedule if you’ve logged in and have finished a profile. Once this is done, simply tap the session you’d like to add to your schedule from the AGENDA screen, and then click “+ Add to Your Schedule.”

How do I view my schedule after I’ve added sessions?

Tap the Menu icon in the top left corner of the app; then “My Schedule.” OR visit the “My Schedule” module on the Home Screen.

If I add sessions to my personal schedule on the app, does that mean I’m guaranteed space in that session?

NO. We do not require or allow attendees to reserve space in any session. Creating a schedule on the app simply allows you to better plan out your busy day. You are not guaranteed space in a session when you add it to your schedule on the app.

What are the codes that follow the session titles in the agenda? (e.g., POE, W, MC)

These codes describe the type of session:

     POE = Panel of Experts (a thought leader and three panelists engage in a discussion)

     W = Workshop (one speaker, delivering a presentation and providing takeaways on the topic.)

     MC = Moderated Conversation (these sessions are typically “fireside chat” style conversations, consisting of a moderator, and a main speaker.)

How can I connect with a specific attendee?

Simply tap “Menu” on the top left hand corner of your app, then click on “Attendees.” You can search attendees by name, company, or title. You can also send a direct, private message to someone you’re chatting with inside the Conference Community, by clicking on their name, then choosing “Send them a Message.”

How do I use the Conference Community feature?

Under “Menu,” or on the Home Screen, you’ll find the Conference Community. Here, you have a really unique opportunity to reach out to ask questions, learn about job opportunities, or just network and learn more about fellow attendees. Think of this as our very own “NextDoor.”

What’s the red dot under “Menu?”

When you see a red dot on your home screen, that means the app needs to be updated. Simply click on “Menu” on the top left, then click on “Update App Now.”

What if I have more questions about the app?

Within the Attendees section, send a direct message to Danielle Leshinski.

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Additional Ticket Notification List

The 2018 TX Conference for Women is sold out and we do not anticipate releasing any more tickets.

However, if you would like to be notified if any tickets do become available, please fill out the form below.

By filling out this form you will also be added to our regular mailing list.

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2016 Speaker Highlights

best-of-200We went through 2016 attendee evaluations and our own web metrics to compile this list of 2016’s most-loved speakers, sessions and teleclasses (posted online as podcasts).

We hope you find some downtime as 2016 rolls into 2017 to watch, listen and enjoy! Read More

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The Statesman Cap10K: Inspiration from Start to Finish

Arianna Bradley-Roth finished the Statesman Cap10K in 39:36 earlier this year, making her the 2016 Women’s Masters Champion.

Arianna Bradley-Roth finished the Statesman Cap10K in 39:36 last year, making her the 2016 Women’s Masters Champion.

By Jeff Simecek, Statesman Cap10K Race Director

On March 12, 1978, Jimmy Carter was president, “Night Fever” by the Bee Gees was dancing at No. 1 and the Statesman Capitol 10,000 was warming up for its first race in Austin. On April 23, 2017, the largest 10K in Texas, presented by Baylor Scott & White Health, will be off to the races for the 40th time.

Past and Present: Keeping It Austin

Like its hometown, the Statesman Cap10K has always been an original. For decades, it has drawn a range of participants: from the elite and fitness-focused to families and those who just wanna have fun—that’s all they really want! Each year, the race is known for its array of clever costumes. The race is also known for its beloved mascot, Dash the ‘Dillo. Read More

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