Annual conference of the Hellenic American Women’s Council (HAWC) will be in Chicago, November 6-7.
The Hellenic American Women’s Council (HAWC) will host its annual National Conference on November 6 – 7 in Chicago. This year’s theme is “Mind Your Brain: Maintain Memory, Clarity and Creativity”, and is being held at the Union League Club in Chicago. Presentations and panel discussions will revolve around how our brain works what we can do to protect our most important organ.
Kick Off at Cité
To kick off the conference weekend, join us on Friday evening for a Meet and Greet reception at Cité at the top of Lake Point Tower near the lake, at 7:00 p.m., hosted by businesswoman and philanthropist Evangeline Gouletas.
Saturday morning’s panel presentations and discussions will feature Dr. Joan Vernikos, Former Life Sciences Director of NASA, Dr. Heather Snyder, Director of Medical and Scientific Operations at the Alzheimer’s Association, Dr. Teresa Poprawski, Hartgrove Hospital and Clinical Director at First Chicago Neuroscience Clinic, and Margaret Nopoulos-Glatfelter, Professor of Yoga.
At the luncheon, the Aristeon Award will be bestowed upon Roula Alakiotou, Architect, FAIA.
Tickets or call 847.340.8775.
The Hellenic American Women’s Council (HAWC), founded in 1993, is a 501(c)(3) nonpartisan, nationwide network whose mission is to identify and harness the tremendous talents of Hellenic American Women. HAWC encourages awareness of public policy issues and promotes women who wish to play leadership roles in their communities, the nation and their professional fields of endeavor. HAWC sponsors regional conferences, lectures, debates and seminars by prominent scholars, government officials, and experts on various issues of interest to its membership.