We are pleased to show the Welcome Address from our latest conference by Linda S. Greene, Vice Chancellor of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion as well as show our Keynote Speakers: Iron Icons Kathleen McCartney Hearst & Julie Moss.
The 2013 UC San Diego Women’s Conference Keynote Address theme is from “Competitors to Collaborators” by: Kathleen McCartney Hearst and Julie Moss – 1st and 2nd place 1982 Ironman World Champions.
Kathleen McCartney Hearst and Julie Moss put the sport of triathlon on the map with their historic 1982 Hawaiian Ironman race. Their story starts in 1982 and ends last year with their return to the race 30 years later. Their journey is one of self discovery; it is a collaboration of Empowerment, Change, Strength, and “Anything is Possible” at any age.
Video and link edited 4/15/2013, 6:54 PM
We are proud to present a video from our 5th Annual UC San Diego Women’s Conference. This video is the pre-conference musical presentation by Upbeat Drum Circles – led by Christine Stevens.
The UC San Diego Women’s Conference Planning Committee would like to thank you! We would like to thank each and every one of you be it as an attendee, a speaker, a volunteer, a vendor, or someone else working and assisting with pulling this conference off today. There would be no conference without any one of you, so THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!
Don’t miss out!!! You can watch our Keynotes LIVE! Here is the link to our live stream: http://womens.ucsd.edu/
The “Ron Smith 2012 Female Triathlete of the Year” goes to both of our Keynote Speakers: Julie Moss and Kathleen McCartney Hearst! this honor is awarded by Triathlon Business International (TBI).
“Ron Smith Triathletes of the Year – The award, named after Ron Smith, one of triathlon’s earliest pioneers, recognizes a male and female triathlete who best demonstrate a combination of strong moral character, athletic performance and professionalism in the sport of triathlon. The award acknowledges triathletes who are not only strong competitors, but also are a role model to all; and who help promote the sport and pave the way for future triathletes” (By Jan Fambro, 2/12/2013, email@example.com) .