UIA To Host South Asian Women's Network Conference
United India Association of New England (UIANE) and several supporting organizations invite you to the South Asian Women's Network Conference on Sunday 6/9/13 from 9am-6pm at the Wilder Auditorium, Adamian Building, Bentley University, 175 Forest Street, Waltham. Women play an important role in the development of the world, being the driving force both inside the home and outside. The conference intends to give a voice to women's perspective. Our discussions aim to bring to the forefront personal concerns that are forgone for the sake of other roles. The topics covered will include Women's Health and Fitness, issues surrounding family relations, aging parents, youth including adolescent and adult children, loss and loneliness, marriage, and finances.
We are honored to have State Representative Kay S. Khan as the Keynote Speaker. Rep. Kay S. Khan will be speaking between 2-3pm due to schedule conflicts and we will be adjusting our program accordingly.
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