Condoleezza Rice headlines Utah Women’s Conference, co-hosted by Sen. Hatch

SALT LAKE CITY – Earlier this week, Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch announced that former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will be headlining the Utah Women’s Conference that Hatch and his wife, Elaine, have co-hosted for 27 years. The conference, “Discovering the Diversity and Unity of Women,” will be held Oct. 11 at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.

Under President George W. Bush, Rice was the first African-American woman to serve as Secretary of State, from 2005-09. She previously served as the National Security Advisor from 2001-05 and provost of Stanford University from 1993-99.

Rice is currently a professor of political economy in the Graduate School of Business, the Thomas and Barbara Stephenson Senior Fellow on Public Policy at the Hoover Institution and a professor of political science at Stanford. She is also a founding partner of RiceHadleyGates, LLC. She is the author of numerous books, including two bestsellers: “No Higher Honor: A Memoir of My Years in Washington” and “Extraordinary, Ordinary People: A Memoir of Family.”

“Elaine and I are thrilled that (former) Secretary Rice has agreed to headline the Utah Women’s Conference,” Hatch said. “Condoleezza Rice epitomizes strength and dignity and exercised both as a diplomat and worldwide ambassador for America. Her tenure in high positions in government, as well as academia and political science, has been marked by remarkable intelligence and thoughtful leadership. I am honored that she would agree to be part of our conference and believe this is a wonderful opportunity for Utah women to hear from someone who has been at the forefront of history.”

Steve Amerson will be the featured musical entertainer at the conference. A nationally recognized tenor with immense talent, he has been a featured soloist with major symphonies across the country and throughout the world, and has been dubbed “America’s Tenor.”

The conference will also feature many other local and national experts who will be presenting workshops on the power of early detection in women’s health, using new media in the workplace, getting ahead in your professional life, civic participation, health and nutrition, financial planning, and many other timely and relevant topics for women. To register, call 801-413-9133.

Event details and contact information

Date: Oct. 11

Time: 8:30 a.m.

Location: Grand America Hotel, Salt Lake City

Admission: $40 per person

Contact: Utah Women’s Conference – 801-413-9133

Submitted by: The Office of Sen. Orrin Hatch

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3 Comments

  • truthseeker formerly commenter September 14, 2013 at 1:13 am

    So wonderful to have globalist war criminal liars making appearances on a state and local level. I wonder what propaganda or agenda is going to be spewed this time. This administration and the previous ones. These usurpers should be held accountable for their treasonous crimes. Condi Rice, Rumsfeld, Cheney, Powell, Bush, Obama and his crony bankster buddies.. Ha wake up peopple. Govern yourselves and transcend this failed system.

  • truthseeker formerly commenter September 14, 2013 at 1:17 am

    Strength ans dignity?- have you seen her flopping on her 9/11 testimony? The victims families were disgusted. Don’t you people see how cabinet members remain in the spotlight to improve their image and numb you to the corruption and lies. Wake up.

  • philiplo September 14, 2013 at 6:52 am

    Senator Hatch is the last person we should trust to host a Women’s Conference. His votes against the Fair Pay Act (Lilly Ledbetter) and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) were disgusting. Women would do best to run far, far away from this man. He should have zero credibility in this arena.

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