The Transformation of Women’s Health

When

Thursday April 14th, 2016, 7:15pm

Duration: 75 minutes

Thursday April 14th, 2016, 7:15pm 2016-04-14 20:30:00 America/Chicago The Transformation of Women’s Health Presented by: Richie Davidson, UW Center for Healthy Minds; Maureen Pelson, ShiftIt Institute; Joan Fallon, Curemark; Kelley McCabe, eMindful; Sona Dimidjian, University of Colorado-Boulder; James Gordon, The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, Georgetown Medical School; Aly Teich, The Sweat Life; Melanie Contreras, Women to Women by Julia; Star Young, Women to Women by Julia Pyle Center Alumni Lounge

Presenter(s)

Richie Davidson, UW Center for Healthy Minds; Maureen Pelson, ShiftIt Institute; Joan Fallon, Curemark; Kelley McCabe, eMindful; Sona Dimidjian, University of Colorado-Boulder; James Gordon, The Center for Mind-Body Medicine, Georgetown Medical School; Aly Teich, The Sweat Life; Melanie Contreras, Women to Women by Julia; Star Young, Women to Women by Julia

Where

Pyle Center Alumni Lounge

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To Change the Future of Women is a call to women and men, world leaders, influencers and individuals to commit to the Power of 1 action of change for the future of women. Whether One woman or One man helps another woman, when we align our collaborative efforts for scale, together we create the greatest impact for social and cultural change for women.
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Melanie Contreras founder of Women to Women by Julia, a non-profit dedicated to transforming the lives of women and Dr. Richard Davidson, founder of the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison dedicated to a kinder, more compassionate world, will launch an annual campaign to change the lives of women. Together with a panel of strategic partners and a coalition of symbiotic organizations we will maximize efforts for the greater good. Each summit will be hosted by a major university starting with the University of Wisconsin 4W event, Women, Well-being, Wisconsin and the World for a summit and public presentation on the future of Women’s Health.

 

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