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Community & Education Pavilion

Located in the Virtual Exhibit Hall | Open from October 1 – March 1, 2021


Education Stage Learning Bursts:

NEW! Learning Bursts are mini sessions meant to deliver fun, digestible content on the Education stage.



The Habits of Women who Retire Comfortably
A recent study revealed 45% of women were not confident they could retire comfortably.  In this session, you’ll learn how to take control of your financial future, navigate the path to retirement and face common challenges so that you can save, invest and prepare for your best years ahead. 

Financial Planning for Successful Women
Are you ready to take that next step in your financial planning? This session is designed to help all women – whether you are an emerging leader, a mid-career executive, or a leader in the boardroom learn about managing your money, building wealth and planning for the life you want to live. The goal is to help you feel prepared for where you want to go next – whether that’s buying your first home, starting your own practice, growing your business, or caring for an aging parent. 

Bright Spots and Pain Points – Leadership Through Unexpected Circumstances
If you are in a leadership role, you are almost certain to face obstacles, but, the obstacles brought by 2020 have challenged leaders in ways we could never have expected. Join the president and CEO of Huston-Tillotson University, as she shares how she has tried to meet the challenge of running a university during this pandemic and some of the defining moments in this journey.  Walk away with tips and strategies to apply to your own leadership path. 
Speaker: Colette Pierce Burnette, Ed.D., president and CEO, Huston-Tillotson University


NEW! Conferences for Women Resource Center for Confronting Racial Injustice

Now more than ever, we stand together to join the voices calling for change and call on women to support one another to achieve equality for people of color. Featuring speakers within the CFW community as well as external thought-leaders, these anti-racism resources have been curated and shared to amplify the voices of Black women and women of color, and to help us learn and take action together. WE are the women the world needs now, and we are ready to act. Together we can go further and do better. Learn more.