Business Women's Forum 2018: 07/17 Maintaining Wellness as a Busy Professional
Name: Business Women's Forum 2018: 07/17 Maintaining Wellness as a Busy Professional
Date: July 17, 2018
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM MDT
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When life gets hectic, the first thing many of us sacrifice is self care. Self care is crucial to be high functioning and effective at home and in the work place. Unfortunately, when we're busy or stressed, it's common for that to be the first thing to go. How does one manage a busy life and stay positive, happy, and resilient?
Come join the discussion around why it’s important to maintain wellness and learn what we can do to better take care of ourselves every day.
Also, our Non-Profit Spotlight is Salt Lake County Animal Services. We will be collecting pet supplies for the their organization. Please bring one of the following to the luncheon:
- Dog Treats Of Any Kind
- Canned Dog Food
- Canned Cat food
- Dog Leashes
- Find More Items on their Wish List
11:30 – 11:45 Networking / Registration
11:45 – 12:00 Lunch
12:00- 12:05 Announcements
12:05 – 12:10 Sponsor Comments- Auric Solar
12:10 – 12:20 Non-Profit Spotlight- Salt Lake County Animal Services
12:20 – 12:55 Topic Presentation & Round table exercise
12:55 – 1:00 Closing Remarks & Drawings
About the Presenter:
Dr. Amy B. Locke, Family Physician, University of Utah
Amy Locke is Co-Director of the University of Utah Health Resiliency Center, Associate Professor of Family and Preventive Medicine and works in the Office of Wellness and Integrative Health. Her research, educational, and clinical interests center around professional burnout, health behavior change, and prevention of disease through lifestyle. She co-directs a interdisciplinary Culinary Medicine course and leads a Health Promotion and Integrative Health track for medical students. She is the former Director of Integrative Medicine and Integrative Medicine Fellowship Director at the University of Michigan. She serves on the board of the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health. She strives to increase education around wellness and integrative health topics both locally and nationally with a goal of increased access to services and a shift towards prevention and health in conventional medicine.
Salt Lake County Animal Services is the largest no-kill, municipal shelter in Utah. They offer programs for free spays and neuters, free microchips, and free vaccinations to their constituents as well as hundreds of community and educational outreach events every year. Their shelter has onsite adoptions and innovative programs that benefit the community as a whole as well as the animals in their care. In 2017, they helped nearly 10,000 animals.
Auric Solar is a full-service provider of residential and commercial solar power, with offices in Colorado, Idaho, Oregon and Utah. The company is committed to providing home and business owners with an easy way to be powered by affordable, clean and reliable solar power. Founded in 2010 in a South Jordan, Utah, garage, Auric is now one of the fastest growing companies in the nation, with recognition on three consecutive Inc. 5000 lists. Every installation is completed with the highest quality standards and products by nationally accredited installers. As the most positively ranked solar company in the nation on SolarReviews.com, Auric Solar was built on a foundation of providing exceptional customer service every step of the way — even after installation. For more information, visit auricsolar.com.
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