"Concepts and Conversations" a great success

Over 80 members of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association San Antonio chapter had just such an opportunity on May 16, 2012. The second annual “Concepts and Conversations” event was held at Oak Hills Country Club. Attendees selected two topics and attended round table discussions led by the subject matter experts. Participants were asked to come with open minds and left with new information and inspirational ideas that will affect their careers and community involvement.

Imagine a room of ten healthcare experts ready and waiting for your questions; professionals from all aspects of healthcare business eager to share their knowledge and experience with you, to impart wisdom, and to challenge your thinking. Over 80 members of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association San Antonio chapter had just such an opportunity on May 16, 2012. The second annual “Concepts and Conversations” event was held at Oak Hills Country Club. Attendees selected two topics and attended round table discussions led by the subject matter experts. Participants were asked to come with open minds and left with new information and inspirational ideas that will affect their careers and community involvement.

The experts and the topics covered were:

  • Michael Espinoza, president, Technology Coaching, Inc.: “New Technology Tool to Make You More effective Time Managers”
  • Helen Segura, organizing and productivity expert, Living Order: “Organization for Optimum Performance”
  • Michelle Fischer, senior healthcare administrator, department of surgery, San Antonio Military Medical Center: “Get Your Woman On: Embrace Femininity, Grace, Power, and Use innate Gifts for Connecting and Collaborating”
  • Peggy Pace, retired attorney, community activist: “Give and Get: Non-profit Board Service for Civic Good and  Career Growth”
  • Patricia Cecconi, MD: “Simple Strategies for Achieving Balance”
  • Deborah Douglas, MD, director, Metropolitan Methodist Hospital Breast Center: “Women Making a Difference in Women’s Health”
  • Barbara Greene, founder and CEO of Greene & Associates, Inc.: “Strategies for Taking Life By the Horns”
  • Jerri Tull, president, Tull Systems: “Finding Your Dream Job”
  • Mary Pat Moyer, PhD, founder of INCELL Corporation-Biopharmaceutical: “Entrepreneurship: Taking the Plunge”
  • Beth Eby, president of Eby Financial: “Financial Strategies for Improving Your Bottom Line”

This evening was an opportunity for experts and attendees to explore and discuss a number of leadership and professional development topics. We thank our sponsors and discussion leaders for their participation and support.

Dr. Mary Pat Moyer
Mary Pat Moyer, PhD, founder of INCELL Corporation-Biopharmaceutical,
discussing “Entrepreneurship: Taking the Plunge.”

 

Jerri Tull
Jerri Tull, president, Tull Systems, discussing “Finding Your Dream Job,”
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