NO LIMITS is the perfect opportunity for enhancing your personal and professional development, inviting clients and future clients, and for building business relationships with many of Houston's top business and community leaders.
2018 Kathryn S. Stream, Ph.D.,
Award for Excellence in Women's Health
The Greater Houston Women's Chamber of Commerce Women's Health Network Committee and The Women's Fund are seeking nominations for the 2018 Kathryn S. Stream, Ph.D., Award for Excellence in Women's Health. The Annual Stream Award was established in 2008 to recognize a Houston-area researcher, educator, practitioner, or community leader who has attained a record of achievement in advancing women's health through collaborations in education, research, and/or advocacy.
The Stream Awards nominations are accepted each year. All 2018 nominees will be recognized, and the annual awardee announced, at the Greater Houston NO LIMITS Conference for Women, on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, at the Hilton Americas in Houston. Annual Stream Awardees are honored with a $1,000 donation made in their name to the charity of their choice. Awardees' names are affixed to a large plaque on permanent display at the GHWCC offices.
2018 Breakthrough Women
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Executive Vice President
Elizabeth Gonzalez Brock
Director of Local Relations
Giselle Rodriguez Greenwood
Houston Business Journal
Newport Board Group
Vice President of Tax
& Governmental Compliance
Diversity & Inclusion Leader
Baker Hughes, a GE Company
Chief Operating Officer
Senior Director-HR Law and Managing Counsel
BREAKOUT SESSION I 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
“Strength Through Our Stories” (Room 336)
Registration & Expo
Kathryn Steam Award Finalists Panel
TMC Women’s History Project Honorees Recognition
Steam Town USA Students
Carol Eggert, COMCAST
Sarah Cortez & Susana Suarez & K9 Cop
Sally Helgesen, Author
Presentation of 2018 Diversity Leadership Award
Introductions & Sponsor Recognition
Breakthrough Women Recognition
Adjourn to Breakouts
Carol Eggert, COMCAST NBCUniversal, Carol Eggert leads a discussion on the power behind advocating for yourself and other women close to you, and how it can serve as a
means of empowerment and development for all.
The Power of Investing to Create Change (Room 337)
Lily Trager, Morgan Stanley. Gender diversity at work and investing in equality for women can actually increase a company’s—and your portfolio’s—bottom line.
Houston on Board, What does it take to serve on a corporate board? (Room 339)
Jennifer Kirk, Oxy; Cindy Taylor, Oil States International; Moderator: Mary Bass, Spencer Stuart. It’s time to change the low representation of women in the board room.
Learn from experts about steps you can take to be “board” ready.
Women Influencing Politics (Room 340)
Former Mayor Annise Parker, LGBTQ Victory Fund & Institute; Devon Anderson, Trial Attorney. #agentsofchange.
BREAKOUT SESSION II 3:00 PM - 4:00PM
Words in Action - Translating Your Messaging into a Brand Experience (Room 336)
Panelists: Kelli Newman, President, Newman & Newman; Lindsay Vladimirov, Newman & Newman. An essential component of successful messaging, and one often
overlooked, is translating your organization’s unique culture and philosophy of care into what customers actually experience.
Leading Clarity! The Breakthrough Strategy to Unleash People, Profit and Performance (Room 337)
Brad Deutser. Deuster. While traditional business models are often driven by communication, strategy, culture and innovation, Brad Deutser puts forward a new, bold,
time tested approach that remakes the essential connections within an organization.
Dare To Be The Change (Room 339)
Annella Metoyer, Inspire Development, LLC; Author, Dare To Be The Change; Interviewer: Minerva Pérez, Minerva Pérez Media/Latina Voices, LLC. Dare To be The
Change will resonate with anyone that has ever faced adversities. As you read the story, you will rejoice in learning about the strengths we all can use to make this
world a better place.
Simple Rules to Set You Free: Using Personal Policies to Enhance Your Productivity and Well-being (Room 340)
Dr. Vanessa Patrick, Bauer Professor of Marketing, Faculty Advisor to the Bauer Women’s Society at the Bauer College of Business, University of Houston.
You will come away with the tools you need to set up personal policies for your professional and personal life. Whether your goal is self-care, time management or the ability to say no more effectively to the things you don’t want to do, this session is for you!