Conference

The 13th annual Massachusetts Conference for Women will be held December 7, 2017 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 

The Massachusetts Conference for Women offers the community and connection, the information and inspiration, the motivation and momentum to help you discover what you want—and go get it! The Conference features nationally recognized speakers who share their wisdom and expertise on a wide range of personal and professional development topics, helping you find clarity on your goals and what you need to accomplish them.

Two Days, Three Events: Workplace Summit and Opening Night at the 2017 MA Conference for Women

We’re excited to offer two additional events, both held on December 6th.

The Workplace Summit is an afternoon of expert-led talks and workshops designed for mid-level managers and up who are looking for solutions to their diversity and inclusion challenges. 1-5pm; men most welcome.

Tickets are $75 and can be purchased by clicking “Register Now.”


Opening Night is a festive evening, offering attendees a preview of the Exhibit Hall and more at a very low price. Enjoy meeting speakers, author signings, the opportunity to support women-owned businesses and local charities, and live entertainment while making great contacts before the big day. 5-8pm.

Tickets are just $25 and can be purchased by clicking “Register Now.”

 

Who Should Attend?

  • Corporate, government, and healthcare professionals
  • Non-profit employees and community leaders
  • Entrepreneurs and self-employed women
  • Job-seekers or those looking for career change
  • Students
  • Anyone who wants information and inspiration

The on-site Career Pavilion, free to registered attendees, provides tools and information designed to help you take your career to next level.

The Exhibit Hall features hundreds of organizations showcasing a wide variety of products and services. Learn more about exhibiting at the Conference.

Our popular Young Women’s Program features speakers and topics that encourage young women to overcome obstacles and maximize their potential.