44th Western Area Conference

Conference Schedule

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  • Wednesday, June 5, 2019
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    EVENTS

    8:30 AM  -  11:30 AM
    COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT
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    COMMITTEE MEETINGS

    1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM
    DELEGATE/ALTERNATE TRAINING
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    1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM
    FIRST TIME ATTENDEE MEETING
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    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    COMMUNICATIONS/TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE MEETING
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    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    HHS COMMITTEE MEETING
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    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    HOSTESSES/PAGES COMMITTEE MEETING
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    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    NOMINATING/ELECTIONS COMMITTEE MEETING
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    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    PROTOCOL COMMITTEE MEETING
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    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    TIMEKEEPERS/DOORKEEPERS COMMITTEE MEETING
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    2:00 PM  -  3:00 PM
    WORKSHOP MONITORS COMMITTEE MEETING
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    EVENTS

    4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM
    MEMORIAL SERVICE
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    6:30 PM  -  7:15 PM
    OPENING RECEPTION - 'TEXAS TAILGATE'
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    6:30 PM  -  7:30 PM
    TEXAS STARS VIP RECEPTION
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    7:30 PM  -  9:30 PM
    OPENING CEREMONY
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  • Thursday, June 6, 2019
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    EVENTS

    6:30 AM  -  7:30 AM
    MORNING EXERCISE
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    7:30 AM  -  8:15 AM
    MORNING DEVOTION
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    PLENARY

    8:30 AM  -  11:30 AM
    FIRST PLENARY MEETING
    Officer Reports & Call for Nominations
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    EVENTS

    12:00 PM  -  2:00 PM
    LEGACY LUNCHEON
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    PLENARY

    2:30 PM  -  5:00 PM
    SECOND PLENARY MEETING
    Programs and Operations Reports & Candidates Speeches
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    FORUMS

    5:00 PM  -  6:00 PM
    CANDIDATES FORUM
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    EVENTS

    7:30 PM  -  11:00 PM
    HOST CLUSTER GALA

    Experience the Magic: Welcome to the Emerald City

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  • Friday, June 7, 2019
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    6:00 AM  -  7:00 AM
    BALLOTING (DELEGATES)
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    EVENTS

    7:30 AM  -  9:00 AM
    PROGRAM BREAKFAST
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    9:15 AM  -  12:00 PM
    LITERARY LINKS
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    SESSION I - OPERATIONS

    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    OPERATIONS: Communications and Technology: Partners in Excellence  (CommTech)
    Room 208
    Technology has changed how we Communicate, and when your chapter’s Communications Committee joins forces with the Technology Committee it’s a partnership that exemplifies excellence. A collaboration that promotes the Links brand and your chapter’s programming is a game-changer.  Winners of the 2019 Western Area Web Presence Awards will share tips, lessons learned and the keys to successful web and social media presence. Learn how to establish a winning web presence for your chapter – creating compelling and engaging content designed to improve your reach and establish an impressive brand presence
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    OPERATIONS: Ethics and Standards, Navigating to Success II: Complaint Process  (ETHICS)
    Room 201
    Back by popular demand. Join us for an interactive  workshop that will explore the nuances of ethics and the complaint and hearing process.   Learn how to engage in best practices and work work with other membership and OE to resolve chapter and member problems.
    Remaining Capacity: 4  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    OPERATIONS: Ignite & Catch Fire: Engaging Your Chapter For Strategic Planning Success  (SP)
    Room 209
    The Ignite & Catch Fire workshop is designed to address the challenges of chapter engagement in the strategic planning process.This interactive session will incorporate tangible tools, tips & best practices to structure and develop chapter strategic plans and foster engagement.The chapter WASP Awards will also be presented during this session.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    OPERATIONS: PARLIAMENTARIAN: Spotlight on the Language of Meetings  (PARL)
    Room 204
    The workshop highlights the language that moves meetings along in a quick and effective manner. Attendees will practice the language more than listen to a lecture. Some typical and some not so typical situations will be presented, providing the opportunity for members to participate and learn how such situations are handled both as a member and as a presiding officer. Each attendee will receive a "Spotlight" booklet pertinent to a specific officer, or to a committee, or to the member.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 75  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    OPERATIONS: Protocol: Are you photo ready?  (Protocol)
    Room 306
    We will discuss how to ensure that you have set up your chapter officers and members correctly for photographs.  We will also discuss the most updated changes to the Protocol Manual. Please bring your questions about Protocol so you can keep your chapter informed.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    OPERATIONS: Rituals: This is How We Do It!  (RITUALS)
    Room 305
    The official Rituals Manual of The Links, Incorporated, is the definitive guide in conducting each of our treasured ceremonies. This workshop will offer attendees the opportunity to conduct a mock Induction ceremony, following a competition in setting the correct Induction Ceremony table. It is designed to ensure uniformity throughout the Western Area. So, let’s renew our ceremonial acumen, follow the leader, set a beautiful table, adhere to the correct procedures, and produce one of the most memorable ceremonies within our beloved organization. Presenters: Charlotte Ned, WA Awards & Rituals Chairperson, Katie Allen, Tracy Bowers, Pamela Davis, Shari Lamb, Karen Little, Sandra Talbot Who should attend? Chapter Rituals Chairpersons, Membership Vice Presidents, all interested members
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    OPERATIONS: The $25,000 Links Pyramid: Strategies for Winning at Membership  (MVP)
    Room 202
    Information is POWER. The right information at the right time is TRANSFORMATIONAL. Up your Membership acumen at this workshop designed to prepare you for potential membership pitfalls before they happen and empower you with the right responses to challenging membership issues on the spot. Emphasis will be placed on the interplay of Chapter Bylaws, National Bylaws & Constitution and Manual of Procedures as you hear scenarios or “what ifs” from the WA Membership Committee and provide potential answers. We will round out the workshop with a fun and fast-paced Membership-Oriented $25,000 Pyramid game where you can emerge the Queen of the Membership Pyramid!Who should attend:Chapter Membership Vice Presidents, 40s Under 40 Liaisons, Alumna & Platinum Affairs Liaisons, OE Chairs, Awards & Rituals Chairs
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 100  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    OPERATIONS: Tools for Strong Financial Anchoring  (FIN)
    Room 205
    Description of Workshop: (Use language to encourage participation)This workshop focuses on several critical areas of importance to the chapter’s fiscal operations. Topics will include Handling of Funds, The Importance of Budgeting, Chapter Generated Assessments, New Policies and Procedures, Reporting, Internal and External Audits, Contracts, Chapter Fund Development and Transitioning. This workshop is a must for members with chapter fundraising and fiduciary responsibilities. Who should attend: Treasurers, Financial Secretaries, Development Chairs and any members who want to learn about financial procedures/process in The Links, Incorporated.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 60  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    OPERATIONS: WA Emerald Anchors…Rockin Steady in Friendship and Service  (WAAPA)
    Room 213
    Western Area has a special group of treasured members who are still cruising through Linkdom after numerous years of friendship and service.  They are considered our ‘Emeralds’, Link Sisters who have been Anchors, keeping Western Area steady as a rock for sixty-nine years.  Learn more about how WA is elevating these Elegant, Enlightened and Extraordinary Link Sisters.  Take advantage of this forum opportunity to share your memories and opinions on how we can continue cruising together.  This lively workshop will be informative and FUN.Who should attend: Platinum Members, Alumnae, Alumna-eligible Members, Alumna and Platinum Affairs Chapter Liaisons.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    OPERATIONS: WA SUPERSECRETARIES SURVIVAL STRATEGIES  (WAS)
    Room 210
    This workshop will focus on the 'how to' of taking comprehensive minutes aligned with parliamentary procedure. The workshop will feature a videotape of a mock chapter meeting and You will take the minutes. You will be given the meeting agenda, view the video-taped meeting session and compose your minutes. You will receive real-time feedback on the minutes you create. This exercise is designed to improve accuracy, efficiency and compliance with Robert's Rules of Order in minutes recording. A laptop is required for participation.Administrative training will also be offered in these four areas: 1) how to complete your 1N5 Chapter Tracker; 2) how to input member/chapter information in the Membership Management System (MMS); 3) how to input member/chapter information into the Chapter Demographic Database (CDD); and 4) how to complete the necrology form for deceased members. We will have a special review session utilizing the game "Western Area Secretaries in Kahoots" with a prize awarded to the winning team.Who should attend: Chapter Secretaries, Presidents, MVP's, Archivists
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
     

    SESSION I - PROGRAM

    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    PROGRAM: Chaplains- Sisterhood from a Biblical Perspective  (CHAPLAINS)
    Room 211
    Purpose: The intent of this workshop is to present the concept of sisterhood and sisterliness from a biblical perspective. This exciting, interactive session will explore examples of God’s unifying power across diverse cultures, religious practice, age, and position in the community. It will challenge us as sisters to put aside our differences and focus on what we have in common: unity of purpose, singleness of direction, and oneness of mind. In so doing, we will recognize that none of us is as strong as all of us and together, we’re unstoppable. Workshop Format: This two-hour workshop will blend Godly principles and biblical examples with real-life examples (historical and current day) through story-telling and testimony. Participants will experience problem-solving strategies, conflict resolution, and leveraging individual differences toward the pursuit of common purpose in a fun-filled, action-packed set of activities or sure to unite learning, laughter, and lasting impact for all who attend. Suggestion: Comfortable clothing and low-heeled shoes will make the learning experience more pleasant. Learning activities are physical in nature. However, those with physical limitations will be given assignments that will be equally enjoyable and enlightening.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    PROGRAM: Mental Health Wellness: ‘Resilience and the Biology of Stress’  (MentalHealth)
    Room 212
    The San Francisco Chapter will showcase the film ‘Resilience’ followed by a panel discussion of mental health professionals. The goal of this workshop is to expand our knowledge and awareness of mental health literacy. We will explore the connection between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and mental health, and how these experiences impact children, adults, and families. We will also identify how to access resources in our community that will support and help sustain resilience in our youth. Presenters: Dr. Janice Beal/WA Mental Health Chair and the San Francisco (CA) Chapter
    Remaining Capacity: 3  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    9:15 AM  -  10:30 AM
    PROGRAM: Observation of Sex Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation of Children Through the Societal  (HST)
    Room 307
    Participants will learn and understand the power of coercion and mind control and how it can be used for the purpose of human sex trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children.  Steven Hassan’s BITE Model will be used to as a catalyst for interactive discussion. Participates will be able to use this evidence-based workshop for future discussion to push legislation, grant writing and chapter programming.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    PROGRAM: VIBRANIUM UNLEASHED: The ART and SCIENCE of WAKANDA  (STY_ARTS)
    Room 203
    Wakanda is a technology leader, superior in STE(A)M, develops beautiful textile and tapestry and has proven themselves as an advanced nation. Vibranium was their special weapon and our secret strength is our sisterhood.Stir the power awake as you gather information through the “Wakanda Marketplace” which will feature highly rated programs provided by the ARTS and STY Facets, including NSBE Jr. demos, best practices in ARTS and innovative mentorship initiatives. This workshop will provide solutions that will transform your chapter and unleash your super powers. Facilitators: Link Wendolyn Washington, STY Facet Chair, Link Nina Jennings, Arts Facet Chair and Carla Hopson-Penn, STEM chair
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
     

    SESSION II - OPERATIONS

    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    OPERATIONS: 40sUNDER40: The journey of Linkdom – Navigating to fulfillment  (40sUnder40)
    Room 213
    The membership experience in Linkdom is broad, diverse, transitional and very much uniquely personal. Members attending this workshop will share in an intimate intergenerational discussion on navigating Linkdom from induction to Platinum years and beyond. Panelist will share candid accounts of how they’ve maximized their membership experience and provide insights on overcoming challenges in navigating relationship building, chapter culture, and desires for greater leadership experience. Their insights will lead the group through finding fulfillment in service by identifying, acknowledging and honoring each other’s contributions to the organization’s growth.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 75  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    OPERATIONS: Fund Development Fundamentals  (FD/HBCU)
    Room 311
    This workshop will highlight the key components of the WA Fund Development initiative and the WA Foundation Representative initiatives. We will discuss roles, responsibilities and smart goals for each function. Time will be allotted for participants to ask questions and discuss their issues with the presenters and receive responses and clarification of the content presented. Who should attend: Chapter Presidents and members. Also, anyone interested in the role and responsibilities of Fund Development.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    OPERATIONS: Making the Media Work For You: Online, On Air and On Social Media  (COMM)
    Room 212
    Learn the art of storytelling like professional journalist do every day, in print, broadcast and on social media. You too can develop the perfect pitch for programming and sharpen your editorial skills when promoting the chapter’s work. See the power of great photographs, learn how and when to reach out to the news media, and master how to amplify your message on social media. Learn the tools of the trade with tips and tools to help your chapter join the chorus of “One Voice” our guide to successful communications. Who should attend: All member with special emphasis on chapter communication chairs and social media chairs
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 75  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    OPERATIONS: Maximizing the Relationship Between Chapter Foundation and local Community Foundation  (FOUNDATION)
    Room 211
    This workshop is designed for Chapters who manage their own Foundation. Workshop presenters will explore governance and investment strategies proven to enhance operations and increase investment return. Participants will discuss growth opportunities and explore relationship building techniques with local Community Foundations.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    OPERATIONS: OE: This is US – The life of Linkdom  (OE)
    Room 205
    This is US – The life of LinkdomOE workshop will highlight the life timeline of a Link during her active membership in The Links, Incorporated. The major life moments in her personal life and Link life are always intertwined and it typically has an impact on organizational effectiveness. Join us in this interactive fun session that will spark laughter and understanding as we all see ourselves in one or more of these relatable examples. You will work with your sisters in breakout groups to identify how we can we can take away more compassion and patience in our Link lives.Who should attend:OE Chairs, MVP’s and general membership.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    OPERATIONS: The Phases of Grant Development  (GRANTS)
    Room 210
    This workshop will provide instruction on grant development strategies that will help the workshop participant identify types of funding resources that align with their programs, target local and national funding opportunities, and gain familiarity with funding cycles and proven strategies to access grant funding dollars.
    Remaining Capacity: 8  Total Capacity: 75  Optional 
     

    SESSION II - PROGRAM

    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    PROGRAM: HBCUs – Our Past, Present, and Future  (HBCU)
    Room 306
    This workshop will highlight WA HBCU Initiatives, the impact of HBCUs to the community, and how legislation affects HBCUs. Workshop panelists include Mrs. Sylvia Drew Ivie, administrator at Charles Drew University and daughter of Dr. Charles Drew and a special guest presenter from Huston-Tillotson University. Panelists will speak on the future of HBCUs and their continuing need for our support. Time will be allotted for participants to ask questions and have dialogue with the presenters.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 75  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    PROGRAM: 360 Degrees of Living While Black: Challenges and Solutions  (NTS/BLM)
    Room 305
    Black Lives Matter 24/7, 365 not just when we encounter law enforcement.  Living While Black means encountering racial profiling in every aspect of our lives whether in education, delivering of health care, housing, or government.  The workshop will address the multiple arenas in which Black Lives are impacted, presented challenges and solutions as well as legislation to put on your watchlist. The workshopis designed to engage, educate and empower!
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 75  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    PROGRAM: 59 For The Future: The Next Generation of Global Thought Leaders  (Copy of PROGRAM: 59 For The Fu)
    Room 204
    The Western Area has implemented a dynamic, innovative new program to train high achieving African American girls to become Global Thought Leaders and Change Agents. Come out and learn about the progress of the program since its inception in 2017. Meet the winners of the Spring Cohort video competition and hear how they were prepared to be “Knowledgeable enough to stand up, Confident enough to speak out”. Hear the Scholars discuss the impact of global issues on their lives, including Child Asylum Seekers, Climate Change and Black Lives Matter and how they envision improving their communities and their world. Learn about Scholar challenges and the ways engaged Chapters and Mentors helped overcome them. Committee members will answer questions about operations and factors related to Scholar and Chapter success. Attendees are encouraged to make suggestions for program improvement and Chapter implementation. This workshop is a MUST for Chapters interested in participating in an upcoming Cohort. Who should attend : Program Vice Presidents, STY Chairs, interested Links.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 34  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    PROGRAM: AARP: Disrupt Aging  (AARP)
    Room 202
    It’s time to change the story about aging. It’s time to look at the bigger picture, and demand what we want — from our car, our home, our workplace, our doctor, our communities and more. It’s time to Disrupt Aging. This workshop will use JoAnn Jenkins book ‘Disrupt Aging’ as the backdrop for conversation about what it means to get older. The workshop will explore ways people 50+ are making their mark as ‘disrupters’ by staying active, financially unburdened, happy, and building age-friendly communities as they get older. Caregiving and mindful living will also be explored.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 75  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    PROGRAM: Census 2020: Are You Counted?  (LegAffairs)
    Room 307
    This workshop will focus on the criticality of the census and its impact on these key areas: Redistricting Economic Development Funding Voting Rights We will also explore current litigation and current status. The impact on the political landscape will directly be impacted as a result of this upcoming census. Chapters will be provided with tools necessary to "connect the dots" and launch engagement and awareness programs within their communities to ensure every person is counted during this Census. Who Should Attend: Legislative Issues and Public Affairs Chairs, All Members That Are Interested
    Remaining Capacity: 20  Total Capacity: 75  Optional 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    PROGRAM: Haiti: Where do we go from here?  (ITS)
    Room 208
    This workshop will take a deep dive into our 4 year ‘Boots On the Ground ‘ service project in Haiti......where we’ve been, what we’ve accomplished, and where we’re going in International Trends and Services. We’ll also discuss strategies on how to stay consistent and create sustainable programs that impact people abroad.
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    PROGRAM: HHS: Living Our Best Life Now!  (HHS)
    Room 203
    HHS is directed to help educate and illuminate chronic disease that are affecting our communities and to develop mechanisms that will help eliminate these disease and associated health disparities This will be an interactive workshopThe HHS annual calendar of health focuses will be our frameworkThese include Breast Cancer,Organ Donation,HIV/AIDS,Heart Disease, Oral Health Diabetes Obesity and Mental HealthThese diseases result in a decrease in lifespan of African American when compared with other ethnic groups They result in health disparities that can be prevented and eliminatedThe workshop will allow each participant to become aware of this health crises in our communities and it will also provide realistic day to day solutions ;so we are able to live longer and healthier lives.During the 90 minute workshop initially this multifaceted problem will be introduced as to how these illnesses are impacting our communities Participants will be broken up into groups as they enter the workshop Each group will rotate from station to station Each illness will be explained by our Western Area steering committee health professionals and real life solutions to our every day healthy problems will be outlinedSurvivors will also be in each group to answer questions and share their experiencesThe conclusion will allow participants to see the link between knowledge diet exercise stress relief and mental stability to LIVING OUR BEST LIFE NOWSome of the facts and information provided from each station will also be a part of questions and points received for our Virtual Health Pavillion This is again closing the loop between education , action and positive outcomes
    Remaining Capacity: 1  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    PROGRAM: Little Brown Girl 2.0 #LBG  (LBG)
    Room 201
    The attendees will be challenged to go back and visit their 10 year old experience as a young “Little Brown Girl“. Attendees will take their real life experiences through 2019 and craft messages and guidance for today’s “Little Brown Girl”. Or in reverse as a Little Brown Girl, what role as a leader do you imagine for the future? #LBG This workshop has the capability of enhancing existing Chapter programming in the five facet areas: • STY = Teaching confidence• Arts = Art & Design project• NTS = Black Lives Matter• H&HS = “I Matter” in society• ITS = Human Trafficking
    Capacity Full  Total Capacity: 50  Optional  Closed 
     
    12:00 PM  -  1:30 PM
    40S UNDER 40 - A NOON DAY MIX WITH A SIDE OF MINGLE
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    12:00 PM  -  1:30 PM
    WA STRATEGIC PLANNING BROWN BAG MEET-UP
    Room 203
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    PLENARY

    2:00 PM  -  5:00 PM
    THIRD PLENARY MEETING
    State of The Links, Incorporated, National President
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    EVENTS

    5:00 PM  -  6:30 PM
    TEXAS WINE DOWN
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  • Saturday, June 8, 2019
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    EVENTS

    6:30 AM  -  7:30 AM
    MORNING EXERCISE
    CALLDRAFTWEBSITE45
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    7:15 AM  -  8:15 AM
    BREAKFAST RECEPTION FOR FORUM PANELIST (Invitation Only)
    Brazos Room
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    7:30 AM  -  8:15 AM
    MORNING DEVOTION
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    FORUMS

    8:30 AM  -  9:45 AM
    PUBLIC FORUM - THE STATE OF BLACK WOMEN'S HEALTH
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    8:30 AM  -  9:45 AM
    PUBLIC FORUM - THE STATE OF STEM/STEAM IN BLACK AMERICA
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    PLENARY

    10:30 AM  -  12:00 PM
    FOURTH PLENARY MEETING
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    EVENTS

    12:00 PM  -  2:00 PM
    CIVIC LUNCHEON
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    2:30 PM  -  4:00 PM
    GREEN GAVEL RECEPTION
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    6:30 PM  -  7:30 PM
    WHITE ROSE RECEPTION
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    7:30 PM  -  10:30 PM
    WHITE ROSE BANQUET
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  • Sunday, June 9, 2019
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    EVENTS

    8:30 AM  -  10:30 AM
    GOSPEL BRUNCH
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    10:30 AM  -  12:00 PM
    TRANSITION MEETING
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