In 1838, Milo P. Jewett envisioned a world where women would be academically prepared for leadership, receiving a degree of academic rigor that paralleled male educational opportunities of the day. The dream of Judson College’s founders lives on 175 years later.
On March 18, Judson College will host the G2G Women’s Leadership Conference to celebrate the college’s impact on young women’s lives–and the impact of those women on the world. G2G (or “Generation to Generation“): Lighting the Path will bring together outstanding alumnae of the College, who will lead the events of the day-long conference. Ms. Mandy McMichael (’02), Doctoral Candidate at Duke University and Assistant Professor of Religion at Huntingdon College will lead Tuesday’s Chapel service (which will begin at 9:30am), followed by breakout sessions in specific fields of study and general leadership topics, led by Judson women of all ages–including the 100th Baptist missionary to Japan (from Dr. Potts’s Judson Quiz!). The day’s events will conclude with a plenary session with Dr. Evelyn Ellis-Grosse (’88), Pharmaceutical Researcher/Developer and President of e2gBiopharmaceutical Consulting.
See the full schedule of the day, including a detailed description of the day’s breakout sessions, here: G2G Schedule
Registration for the G2G Conference will begin at 9 a.m. The registration fee is $20 and is waived for Judson students, faculty, staff, and alumnae presenters. Other attendees may register online via this form.