Here's what people are saying about the 2018 Life Science Women's Conference
"Had a wonderful time yesterday facilitating three discussion sessions on important and somewhat sensitive topics ! Met many wonderful women in science & valuable learning from their experiences!"
Tanya Sabharwal, PhD
Research Associate at Texas Crop Science/Research Scientist at The University of Texas at Austin
"I attended the Life Science Woman's conference last week and really enjoyed it! Thank you so much for all of your passion and effort - I look forward to the next one! I'd like to talk sometime about how I can be more involved in the next conference. Thanks again!"
Field Application Scientist at Illumina
"Thank you so much for bringing so many inspiring women together at the LSWC. As an early career scientist, it was such a motivational and validating experience to learn from role models I could truly relate to. I look forward to the next one!"
Catherine Cheng, PhD Candidate
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
"Congratulations on the success of the first Life Sciences Women's conference in Austin earlier this month. It was a very well organized event! ... Looking forward to the next event already. "
Senior Manager at Ernst and Young
"Great event! Met some very cool women in Life Sciences and learned alot. Looking forward to next year!"
VP Training and Education, Oriel STAT A MATRIX
"What a great day! Great speakers, inspiring conversations ... and ending with networking over chocolate. Thanks for your hard work!"
Verena Kallhoff, PhD, MBA
Manager, WorkSpace at Health CoLab at Dell Medical School, The University of Texas at Austin
"Many thanks for inviting me to help you with the Life Science Women’s Conference. I really loved my experience meeting so many other women in science and enjoyed participating in some great discussions. It was a wonderful success and everyone I spoke to agreed and are looking forward to next year! I hope you heard it too and are enjoying some quiet rest this weekend! You are an amazing lady to put this together and I am so happy to participate in its first year."
Margo Lee, PhD
President, Association for Women in Science – Austin (AWIS)