February 14, 2019 @ 9:00AM — 3:00PM
Jessie's Heart -- 2019 Leadership Conference
Come join us for a day of powerful personal and professional development geared towards those committed to leadership and dedicated to becoming authentic leaders tapping into your whole self -- mind, body and heart!
Building on the energy from our Leadership Conference last summer we have selected the most famous heartfelt day of the year, Valentine's Day for our date! Please consider bringing your sweetie or significant other with you this year!
AND... our collective efforts go towards supporting an incredibly important cause -- Jessie's Heart.
Jessie's Heart helps families with kids born with heart defects by providing financial assistance for the family's numerous transportations to the hospital, lodging, food, day care for siblings, and sometimes just something fun, like a rocking horse, to help them feel like a normal kid.
Here's what last year's participants had to say...
"I want to let you know how much I appreciated the program and all of the presentations yesterday. I left moved and ready to move. Everything I took in was remarkable! Beyond a great event, I left feeling connected to those I was surrounded by." -- Denon Moore, COO, Colorado Though Leaders Forum
"The day was outstanding and more than I could have anticipated. The subject matter and speakers were engaging and very inspirational." -- Christine Daspro, Founder & CEO, Curating Connections
"The conference was excellent, inspiring, and extremely motivating. Thank you for the opportunity!" -- Kwa "KC" Curtis, The Thompson Group"A wonderful collection of inspiring and amazing people! And for such a noble purpose. It was an honor to share the stage with all of you, and I am very grateful.
" -- Ryan Osmond, VP, Strategy & Marketing, JERA Partnerships
"Thank you for inviting me to Jessie's Leadership Conference – we need more of those types of developmental opportunities in the rotation. The day was transformational for many reasons." -- Danielle Farrell, Manager of Learning & Development, Metropolitan State University of Denver