Who should attend the Young Republican Women’s Leadership Conference?
While this is a Young Women’s conference, it is open to any conservatives regardless of age or gender. That said, programming will primarily be targeted for women.
What type of speakers or programming can I expect?
The Young Republican Women’s Leadership Conference will be curated by members of the Georgia Young Republicans. Attendees can expect to hear from elected officials at all levels of government, Republican Party leaders, successful business professionals, etc. Topics will range from working in government, running for office, winning the female vote, starting a business, effective communication in government and the private sector, etc. To stay aligned with the purpose of this event – to elevate women in the Republican Party – we only plan to invite female speakers. Confirmed speakers will be announced in the coming weeks!
What is the purpose of the conference?
The purpose of the Young Republican Women’s Leadership Conference is to ELEVATE women in the Republican Party. Further, it is our mission to educate, empower, and encourage future leaders in government, the Republican Party, and the private sector.
Is there discounted registration pricing available?
Absolutely! We have an early bird registration rate of $35. We also have a discounted rate of $30 for members of a College Republican chapter. Both of these discounted registration rates end on August 20th.
Are there sponsorship opportunities available?
Yes, we’re glad you asked! The Young Republican Women’s Leadership Conference has a variety of sponsorship opportunities available. To request a sponsorship packet, contact Georgia Young Republicans Chairman, Colt Chambers, at email@example.com.
Where do I park?
The Hotel Indigo Atlanta-Vinings, the host of the YRWLC, provides free ample onsite parking.
For those traveling outside of metro-Atlanta, are there any special/discounted accommodations for overnight stays?
Yes! Click here to visit the Accommodations page to learn more about the discounted guest rooms at the Hotel Indigo Atlanta-Vinings.