Cal State San Bernardino to Host Professional Women’s Conference

The inaugural professional women’s conference at Cal State San Bernardino will be held on Monday, April 20 at the university’s Santos Manuel Student Union Events Center. This helpful, supportive event will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and General Admission for professionals is $50. College students with I.D. are $10. Parking at the site is $6 per vehicle.

Designed for female college students, Cal State San Bernardino alumni, entrepreneurs, medical professionals, educators, lawyers, authors and law enforcement “Living Your Best Professional Self” will be sponsored by the university’s Health Professions Advising Center .

The morning keynote speaker is Astrid Sheil, associate professor of communication studies and interim chair of the department of accounting and finance at the university. Prior to her career in academia and publishing her book, ‘”Dynamic Public Relations: the 24/7 PR Cycle,” Sheil worked in communication management for two Fortune 500 companies.

The luncheon speaker, Eloise Gomez Reyes, became the first Latina to open and manage her own law firm in the Inland Empire. For the past 30 years she has been a tireless advocate for working families, union workers and injured workers as an attorney

The afternoon will consist of a  panel of professionals who will provide information and discuss many issues such as “What Your Body Language is Showing About You,” “Self Defense for Women,” “Creating Healthy Relationships in Your Life” and several other fascinating and helpful topics.

For more information on the conference contact Lesley Davidson-Boyd at (909) 537-3252 or lboyd@csub.ed. To register for this potentially life-changing conference visit

This is one of those great event that could prove to be life changing for interested women so if you’re interested in finding out more about “you” in business be sure to attend. You will probably learn a lot about yourself and your skills and go home with a different attitude and new ideas that can help you in your career.




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