This is a note of gratitude to the group of hard working ICFNE coaches working behind the scenes, breathing life and energy into the Partnership of Massachusetts Conference for Women and ICFNE.
These coaches make up the committee that works constantly for the three months preceding the conference. So many moving parts – marketing and communication; the lottery event; coaching tools & logistics; orientation calls; and the vendor booth – all coming together simultaneously with the intention of increasing awareness, education, and visibility of the power of professional coaching.
Whether you are an active participant on this day or not, ICFNE is there representing you in many ways:
- The Coaches Corner, with 50 ICFNE coaches coaching 300 conferees atvthe end of the conference day. (Up from 40 coaches)
- Video testimonials of coaching participants as they exit their coaching session… to be professionally edited. (New this year!)
- The ICFNE vendor booth, providing 8,000 women with the opportunity to engage with ICFNE.
- The Conference for Women Radio Show, “Office Hours”, which features an ICF guest coach each month. (New this year!)
- Complimentary conference tickets for participating ICFNE coaches to inspire and motivate them while they interact and network with more than 8,000 women throughout the day.
Our conference, here in Boston, is one of the largest women’s conferences in the USA; ICFNE is fortunate to be part of a movement that is growing. Texas and Philadelphia Conferences for Women have also adopted this coaching model.
We are there representing you and coaching in all its glory as we engage with thousands of people.
This is only possible by the hard work of the committee. Please extend a huge thank you to The Massachusetts Conference for Women Committee, with whom I am proud to work:
|Karen Burke||Stephanie Marisca|
|Ed Evarts||Suzan Czajkowski|
|Tracy Mindess||Brianne Krupsaw|
With a smile,
Anne Barry Jolles
Chairperson for The Partnership of Massachusetts Conference for Women and ICFNE