Want to know more about the conferences for women that She’s Local produces? Find the answers to all your questions here, or contact us if you have a question that isn’t answered here.
When is the conference?
The Merrimack Valley Conference for Women has been postponed to Spring 2021.
Where is the conference?
how much is a ticket and what is included?
Individual Tickets for the conference are $52.00 for a full-day conference pass. Tickets for the VIP reception the night before are $35.00 and include an opportunity to meet and greet our keynote speakers and panelists.
Your ticket includes:
- Full buffet breakfast
- Seated lunch
- Two main keynote sessions
- Ten breakout sessions to choose from
- Post-conference wine reception and networking opportunities
- Access to the Exhibitors all day
- Access to the Career Center (including one-on-one career coaching and resume review),
- Complementary Profile Pictures, Connecting to “Women Who Lift” space and more
Tickets are non-refundable.
how do I register?
How do I become a sponsor or an exhibitor?
Contact Jen Maseda at jen.maseda@she’slocal.org
How long is the conference?
The 2019 Conference includes two events spread out over two days.
Metrowest: The main full-day Metrowest Conference will be held on September 19 from 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM.
In addition, we will be hosting a VIP Reception the evening before the Conference, on September 18 from 5:30p – 8p where guests will meet and great our speakers and panelists.
What should I wear / what may I bring?
Whatever you want, it’s your day to be inspired! We don’t judge…just know press will be there and we’ll be taking shots of attendees throughout the day. You will receive a Glam Conference bag upon arrival to hold all of your purchases and program materials.
Past attendees have found it helpful to bring any of the following: business cards, current resume (if you’re participating in our resume reviews/coaching sessions), phone/laptop/tablet + charger, paper/pen for taking notes and a bottle of water.
How do I get my badge?
Stop by our Conference Registration Table, first thing in the morning to pick up your badge and say hi! You will need your badge to enter the spaces where you hear the good stuff.
What if my plans change?
All tickets are non-refundable. We plan the day based on our ticket sales.
Seating is done on a first come/first served basis for breakfast and lunch. Preferred seating is available for sponsors.
Accessibility Information: There are 9 handicapped parking spaces near the front entrance of the Boston Marriott Quincy. There are access aisles between every second space, and a ramp with curb cut leading from the parking lot to a smooth sidewalk which leads to the front entrance, which is just over 100 feet from the nearest space. In addition, there is a drop-off area directly in front of the front entrance. The route from the entrance to the meeting room area is accessible with doorways and hallways more than 32″ wide. Accessible restrooms are available in the immediate area. All meeting rooms are on the first floor of the building.
During sessions, all speakers will use microphones. Seating will be available for speakers and audience members, and there will be space for those using assistive devices. An ASL interpreter will be onsite. The accessibility coordinator is Melissa Smith. Please contact her at email@example.com or 617-888-4468 if you have any questions or concerns.
Are there volunteer opportunities available?
Absolutely! We would love your help! Please sign up by visiting our Contact Us page and let us know how you would like to lend a hand.
are men welcome at the conference?
Of course! We hope you find it valuable. We know men are our partners is furthering the success of women in our region.
who produces the conference?
She’s Local Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization, Tax ID#81-4840574. Meet our all-volunteer Board of Directors.