Pa. Conference For Women Attracts 8,000

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Headliners included Jane Pauley, Robin Roberts, Gail Sheehy and Diane Keaton.

Ed Rendell and Rhonda Cohen

GOV. Rendell, who initiated the Conference for Women 11 years ago, was seated down front with Rhonda Cohen, Esq. photo by Bonnie Squires

Ed Rendell with Albany Irvin and  Kerston Lindquist of QVC

GOV. Ed Rendell thanked QVC sponsors Albany Irvin and Kerstin Lindquist. photo by Bonnie Squires

Jane Pauley with Bonnie Squires

GOV. Ed Rendell thanked QVC sponsors Albany Irvin and Kerstin Lindquist. photo by Bonnie Squires

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RADIAN Group, major sponsor of the conference, sent two tables of women executives from their center city headquarters. photo by Bonnie Squires

SHECHTMAN Marks Devor PC, Center City accounting firm, brought their women executives to conference. Photo by Bonnie Squires

SHECHTMAN Marks Devor PC, Center City accounting firm, brought their women executives to conference. Photo by Bonnie Squires

GAIL SHEEHY, the noted author of "Passages," was happy to chat with Diane Semingson after the panel discussion where Sheehy urged women to dare to do what they didn't think they could do. Photo by Bonnie Squires

GAIL SHEEHY, the noted author of “Passages,” was happy to chat with Diane Semingson after the panel discussion where Sheehy urged women to dare to do what they didn’t think they could do. Photo by Bonnie Squires

ROBIN ROBERTS, co-host of NBC “Today” show, one of luncheon’s keynote speakers, spoke openly about her health challenges and benefit of friends and family members. Photo by Bonnie Squires

ROBIN ROBERTS, co-host of ABC’s“Good Morning America,” one of luncheon’s keynote speakers, spoke openly about her health challenges and benefit of friends and family members. Photo by Bonnie Squires

ENJOYING exhibit hall at conference were, from left, Shira Goodman, executive director of CeaseFire PA, and Lynn Marks, executive director of  Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts. Photo by Bonnie Squires

ENJOYING exhibit hall at conference were, from left, Shira Goodman, executive director of CeaseFire PA, and Lynn Marks, executive director of Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts. Photo by Bonnie Squires

SUSAN ANDERSON, former Rendell health-care special assistant, treasurer of Penna. Conference for Women since its inception, and Gail Inderwies, founder and CEO of KeystoneCare, are regulars at conference. Photo by Bonnie Squires

SUSAN ANDERSON, former Rendell health-care special assistant, treasurer of Penna. Conference for Women since its inception, and Gail Inderwies, founder and CEO of KeystoneCare, are regulars at conference. Photo by Bonnie Squires

LORAINE BALLARD MORRILL, news and community affairs director for iHEART MEDIA (formerly ClearChannel Media), led again a workshop on getting your message out through traditional and new media. Photo by Bonnie Squires

LORAINE BALLARD MORRILL, news and community affairs director for iHEART MEDIA (formerly ClearChannel Media), led again a workshop on getting your message out through traditional and new media. Photo by Bonnie Squires

DIANE KEATON, after delivering her keynote speech and answering questions, did an autograph-signing stint for her latest book, Let’s Just Say It Wasn’t Pretty. Photo by Bonnie Squires

DIANE KEATON, after delivering her keynote speech and answering questions, did an autograph-signing stint for her latest book, “Let’s Just Say It Wasn’t Pretty”. Photo by Bonnie Squires

LESLIE STILES, board president of Penna. Conference for Women, welcomed 8,000 attendees to this year’s conference. Photo by Bonnie Squires

LESLIE STILES, board president of Penna. Conference for Women, welcomed 8,000 attendees to this year’s conference. Photo by Bonnie Squires

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3 Responses to Pa. Conference For Women Attracts 8,000

  1. Umm, Robin Roberts is co-host of GOOD MORNING AMERICA on ABC.

    Heather Buehrle
    October 17, 2014 at 8:08 pm

  2. Thanks for the heads up.

    Sana
    October 22, 2014 at 9:45 am

  3. Bonnie. Loved the photo of Gail Sheehy and me. thanks for the memories. A great conference.

    Dianne Semingson
    November 8, 2014 at 2:19 pm

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