Wednesday, October 1, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.*
Madison Concourse Hotel
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Women Inspiring Change
As a recognized leader, you are invited to join the Arthritis Foundation and other female leaders to celebrate the incredible impact of women in Dane County.
12:00 - 1:30 p.m. - Lunch, Program and Dessert Dash
Megan Cooley at 608-221-9800 x5201 or email@example.com
The Arthritis Foundation provides advocacy, awareness, and health related programming in the Dane County community. We support those who fight this disease on a daily basis and make a true impact in the face of arthritis. The Arthritis Foundation recognizes the continuous battle women face, not only as those living with arthritis, but for those who are also caregivers of the disease. Many women in our region, in addition to those living with this debilitating disease, also have children who live with the daily struggles of arthritis. There are 6,000 children living with juvenile arthritis in Wisconsin alone!
Chariti Gent, of Chariti Gent Coaching and Consulting, is a long-time Madison, WI resident and Midwesterner. After spending fifteen years coaching and training adults within academia, government, and corporate America, Chariti ventured out on her own and formed Chariti Gent Coaching + Consulting, where she regularly guides, mentors, and coaches women in life, career, and business. Her company exists to inspire happiness, confidence, and freedom in the lives of her clients and the people of this world. Chariti received her professional coach training from the world-renowned Coaches Training Institute (CTI), based out of San Francisco. She holds the designation of Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), as well as Associate Certified Coach (ACC). Chariti is a UW-Madison alumni, and she earned a Master’s Degree in Political Science and Public Policy from the University of Colorado at Boulder.Chariti lives in Madison, Wisconsin with her hunky hubby, her darling daughter, and two four-legged friends. Chariti enjoys belly laughing, strong espresso, fresh-cut flowers, girlfriend getaways, juicy fiction, and naps in the afternoon.
Anna Huttenlocher is a Professor in the Departments of Medical Microbiology and Immunology and Pediatrics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a physician scientist who sees patients with autoimmune disease and primary immunodeficiency disorders. She is Director of Pediatric Rheumatology and Director of the Medical scientist Physician training program (MSTP) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is also a member of the UW Comprehensive Cancer Center, Biotechnology Training Program, Cell and Molecular Biology program, Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology and Cancer Biology programs She is the recent recipient of the APS Norman J. Siegel Outstanding Science Award, the Romnes Award at UW-Madison, membership in the American Society of Clinical Investigation, membership on the Journal of Cell Biology Editorial Board and Chair of the 2009 Gordon conference focused on Gradient sensing and directed cell migration. Dr. Huttenlocher’s research focuses on understanding the basic molecular mechanisms that regulate directed cell migration and inflammation.
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