The Best Conference Yet!

June 29, 2008 | NeW Staff

On Friday, NeW held another successful National Conference.  It was the best one yet!  Women from around the country gathered at the Heritage Foundation to learn from each other and more about NeW.  Danielle Crittenden, author of What Our Mothers Didn’t Tell Us: Why Happiness Eludes the Modern Woman, delivered an insightful keynote address and graciously answered lots of questions during the Q&A session.  Ashley (President of NeW at the University of Dallas), Blayne (President of NeW at Arizona State University) and Holly (President of NeW at the University of Florida) told the story of how they each became involved with NeW and gave suggestions on how to run a successful NeW chapter.  We heard from other NeW Leaders about post-graduation options and had a brainstorming session.  For those of you who attended, feel free to leave comments below describing your favorite part!

Here are some pics from the speech before lunch and lunch.  I will post the pics from the events after lunch as soon as I get them.  Enjoy!

Ladies at the NeW National Conference with Danielle Crittenden.

Melissa, from NeW at UVA, working the registration table.  Each attendee received a folder of information about NeW.

Caitlin, from NeW at the University of Mary Washington, introducing Danielle Crittenden.

Danielle Crittenden speaking.

NeW Leaders with Danielle Crittenden.

Me with Danielle Crittenden.

Ladies with Danielle Crittenden’s book, What Our Mothers Didn’t Tell Us: Why Happiness Eludes the Modern Woman.  At the end of the Conference, Conference attendees received a free signed copy of Danielle’s book.

Conference attendees enjoying lunch.  Lunch provided an opportunity for these conservative women from all across the nation to get to know each other and really create a nationwide network of conservative young women.

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