Elevate Yourself to the Boardroom, C-Suite and the Podium

2016 Eccles Executive Education Women’s Symposium

SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Top faculty from the David Eccles School of Business and some of Utah’s
most influential women will present a day of research-driven content and
engaging dialogue at the 2016 Eccles Executive Education Women’s

Academic sessions will be combined with thoughtful panel discussions and
a powerful keynote address by current Women’s Leadership Initiative
President and former Utah Senator Pat Jones.

The symposium will be held April 28, 2016 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the 7th
Floor of the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building on the University of
Utah campus (1655 Campus Center Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84112).

The cost is $149 per person and includes materials, breakfast, lunch,
parking and networking tools. Limited corporate sponsorship
opportunities are still available.

Register now at ElevateUtahWomen.com.

The symposium provides a unique opportunity to energize careers and
network with inspirational women who play a major role in shaping Utah’s
business landscape.

Symposium presenters and topics include:

  • Pat Jones, CEO, Women’s Leadership Initiative – ElevateHER
  • Eccles School Professor Brian Cadman – Elevate Your Worth in the
  • Eccles School Dean Taylor Randall – Elevate Your Business
  • Eccles School Professor Bonita Austin – Elevate Your Strategy
  • Jennifer Danielson, President, Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield Utah;
    Camille Guth, VP, L3 Communications; and Heather Walker, COO, Salt
    Lake Chamber – Elevate Yourself: The Executive Journey
  • Eccles School Professors Kathryn Canas and Georgi Rausch – Elevate
    Your Voice

About David Eccles School of Business Executive Education Corporate

With the same passion for excellence that fuels Utah’s top ranked
Executive and Professional MBA programs, the David Eccles School of
Business delivers world-class corporate and executive education.
Executive education brings together academic rigor and research with
today’s best management practices. To learn more, visit ElevateUtahWomen.com
or call 801-587-7273.

About the David Eccles School of Business

Founded in 1917 and educating more than 4,500 students annually, the
David Eccles School of Business at The University of Utah offers eight
undergraduate majors, four MBAs, five other graduate programs, a Ph.D.
in seven areas and executive education curricula. The Eccles School is
also home to eight institutes and centers that deliver academic research
and support an ecosystem of entrepreneurship and innovation. The
University of Utah is consistently one of the top schools in the nation
for startup businesses based on university research. Experiential
learning is central to the Eccles experience. For more information,
visit Eccles.Utah.edu or call


David Eccles School of Business
Raeanne Stranc, 801-587-7273