WIN Announces The Theme For The 2020 Annual Educational Conference

WIN Announces The Theme For Its 2020 Annual Educational Conference

"Driving the Future" is the 2020 theme for the two-and-a-half-day event that brings education, connection and celebration to collision industry professionals each year.

The Women’s Industry Network (WIN) has now released details on its next Educational Conference being held May 3-5, 2020 in Newport Beach, California.

“Driving the Future” is the 2020 theme for the two-and-a-half-day event that brings education, connection and celebration to collision industry professionals each year.

“Being held in one of the most iconic locations in California, Newport Beach is an ideal place for our members to gather,” according to Wendy Rogers, WIN conference committee co-chair. “The selected hotel provides all we need for our new and prior attendees to engage and participate in the conference events.”

As previously announced at the 2019 Conference, members will converge at Hyatt Regency hotel in Newport Beach. The conference property offers an abundance of meeting space to host the organization’s growing membership, and all with a complete resort feeling.

The conference is set to start on Sunday May 3 – which is a return to its former meeting format tradition. “We are excited to return to a Sunday evening start to conference, and kick off with an engaging networking welcome reception,” says Rogers. “Look for more changes in this year’s agenda including the 2020 WIN Gala closing the conference on Tuesday evening.”

In addition to educational sessions focused on both industry issues and professional development, the conference will honor both the Most Influential Women recipients and WIN scholarship award winners at the celebratory gala dinner. The popular Scholarship Walk fundraiser is also guaranteed to be part of the 2020 agenda. Additional programming details will be published by the organization as they become available. Watch for registration opening announcements early in 2020.

For more information about the Conference, MIW nominations and scholarship applications, visit

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