Upcoming Events

Mindfulness Beach Retreat in St. Petersburg

When: Friday, January 18, 2019, 9:00am – 1:00pm (EST)
Where: Tradewinds Islands Grand Resort – St. Petersburg Beach, Florida
Start the new year right with the Alliance at this retreat by winding down, practicing mindfulness, and getting focused on your 2019 goals. Join the Florida ambassadors in beautiful and sunny St. Petersburg Beach. We’ll enjoy quality time near the ocean with our toes in the sand, industry networking, and a workshop featuring Robin Nickell designed to help you be more mindful with helpful tips for setting and achieving your personal goals. Breakfast will be served.

An optional group activity will be planned for the evening before on Thursday, Jan 17. A block of rooms will be available at $179 per person, not including taxes and fees. Details coming soon.

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2019 RIMS Post-Conference Event: Rise & Resilience

When: Thursday, May 2, 2019, 9:45am – 12:00pm (EST)
Where: Hyatt Regency Boston – Boston, Massachusetts
Join the Alliance after RIMS in Boston for a post-conference session featuring keynote speaker Rebekah Gregory on the theme Rise & Resilience. We will also introduce the new Employer Advisory Committee. Shuttle service to the Hyatt Regency will be available.

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Save the Date: 2019 Comp Laude® Conference Event

When: Friday, November 1, 2019

More details coming soon. Save the date for the 2019 event.

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Ambassador Program

The Alliance is seeking local Ambassadors who will become essential to building regional communities in cities around the U.S. Please contact us at events@allianceofwomen.org if you are interested in taking the lead in building a community in your city or industry vertical, or participating in the organization at a leadership level.

  • The ambassador program is for local area networking.
  • Program events are open to all women and men working in the workers’ compensation market and are designed to spark conversation and collaboration with one another.
  • Event types include: networking, workshops, seminars, panel discussions, and events linked to regional conferences.
  • Ambassadors are essential to building communities in cities and regions around the U.S.