September 14-15, 2023
Connect2Women was created to build community by developing women's skills, confidence, and expanding their network. The conference offers dynamic presenters, professional development workshops, and networking opportunities celebrating professional women across Wyoming. Best of all, attendee feedback guides conference planning so you can be sure to enjoy the most dynamic, thought-provoking, and inspiring two days yet!
Connect2Women is coming to Cheyenne in 2023 and you won’t want to miss your chance to reconnect with women from across Wyoming! Inspiring speakers, engaging workshops, and the chance to build real-life, face-to-face relationships with impactful women making a difference in their local communities—it’s a conference like no other.
Come to make real connections as an individual or with your entire team!
It's time to reconnect.
GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF WYOMING
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
DEAN, UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Workshop Leaders, Panelists, and Heroes Among Us
L-R: Kate Debow Hayes, Shaina Case, Michael Keller, Dr. Michelle Aldrich, Cathy Holman, Christine Gray, Melody Norris, Matthew Melinkovich, Stephanie Prescott, Bill Lambert, Rep. Martha Lawley, Mary Bushkuhl. Zoë Worthern, Stevie Osborn, Rachael Svoboda, Laura Baker, Mary Billiter, Ivie Moore, Dr. Keren Meister-Emerich, Christie Goertel, Sarah Felton, Grace Andrus
Be sure to visit Connect2Women 2023 Info Booths!
• Enroll Wyoming
• Little America
• The Align Team
• Wyoming Department of Workforce Services
• Wyoming Breast Cancer Initiative
• University of Wyoming College of Business
• Cowboy State News Network/KFBC
• Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming
• RE/MAX Capitol Properties
• Wyoming Library to Business
• Whole Health Imaging
• Natalie Collins, Edward Jones
• Laramie County Community College
WHAT OTHERS SAY
FROM PAST ATTENDEES
“I loved the Heroes Among Us, which provided the opportunity to learn about what great work women in Wyoming are doing. All of the speakers were fantastic and inspiring.”