Whova is this year’s conference mobile app!

whovaPlease download the free Whova app prior to “6th Annual UC San Diego Women’s Conference”. It is an app designed to facilitate professional networking and can help you engage and connect with other event attendees.  Additionally, it is equipped with a mobile brochure system to help you plan ahead and enhance your productivity at the event.

Some of its features include:

  • Comprehensive professional profiles of all event attendants
  • Networking features : in-app messaging, contact exchanging, etc.
  • Instantaneous update notifications from event organizers
  • Agenda, GPS guidance, maps, and parking directions

Please use the download links below and sign up to the app with the email from your conference RSVP.  If someone registered for you, then please use your own email address.  To be able to browse the event information, please use the passcode: UCSDWomen

Whova  for iPhone
Whova  for Android
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About ucsdwomensconference

The UC San Diego Women's Conference is free and open to all UC San Diego faculty, staff and students. The conference brings together business professionals, healthcare providers, scientists and award-winning faculty to share ideas on motivating today’s working woman, offering tips on empowering one’s self, budgeting and finances, and staying fit, healthy and well-balanced.
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