WOMEN'S POLICY FORUM

Women's Policy Forum 2022 Emerging Issues Symposium

  • Friday, November 11, 2022
  • 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Texas Wesleyan University

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Reserved table, 8 tickets.
    Exclusive.
    Title and logo recognition on all event materials including email invites, promotions, programs, signage.
    Spoken acknowledgement during event.
    Recognition on WPF social media.
    Prominent title logo recognition on printed program and media including presentation screens.
    Logo on WPF website.
    Ad space in one WPF newsletter.
  • Reserved Table, 8 tickets.
    Logo recognition on all event materials including email invites, promotions, programs, signage.
    Recognition on WPF social media.
    Prominent recognition on printed program and electronic media including presentation screens.
    Logo on WPF website.
  • Reserved Half Table, 4 tickets.
    Name recognition on all event materials including email invites, promotions, signage.
    Recognition on WPF social media.
    Name recognition on printed program and electronic media including presentation screens.
    Logo on WPF website.
  • 3 tickets.
    Name recognition on all event materials including email invites, programs.
    Name recognition on printed program and electronic media including presentation screens.
    Name on WPF website.
  • 2 tickets.
    Name recognition on all event materials including email invites, programs.
    Name recognition on printed program.
    Name on WPF website.
  • 1 ticket.
    Recognition on printed program.
    Name on WPF website.

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Women's Policy Forum 2022 Emerging Issues Symposium
The State of Mental Health in Tarrant County: Our Focus, Our Investment, Our Outcomes


Friday, November 11, 2022

7:30 a.m. - 12:00 pm

Check-in, networking, and breakfast begin at 7:30 a.m.

Paul and Judy Andrews Ballroom
The Nick and Lou Martin University Center at Texas Wesleyan University

1205 Wesleyan Street

Fort Worth, TX 76105



The Women's Policy Forum 9th Annual Emerging Issues Symposium presented in partnership with The Fort Worth Report brings a timely and vital conversation on the topic of Mental Health and Mental Wellness in Tarrant County.

Our goal is to raise awareness and understanding about the current state of Mental Health and Mental Wellness programs and outcomes in Tarrant County using data-driven evidence and focused conversations. The morning will begin with a breakfast facilitated and led by The Fort Worth Report featuring a panel of community and healthcare experts. The event will conclude with a capstone conversation that envelops the topics discussed earlier in the event. In support of attendees and the conversations held, nonprofit organizations that support mental health and wellness will be onsite to offer support and services.

This event is made possible through the generous partnership of sponsors and underwriters. Proceeds from the Symposium benefit Women's Policy Forum Foundation. Anticipated audience will exceed 200 thought leaders, including representatives of leading private and public sector organizations throughout Tarrant County who are dedicated to making positive changes in their community. 

Face masks are optional but encouraged when when not seated at your table eating or drinking. Masks will be available if needed. Tables will be spaced out and fewer attendees seated at each table.


About Women’s Policy Forum
The Women's Policy Forum of Tarrant County is an organization of influential women who investigate and support policies and initiatives that will effect positive change for Tarrant County women and our community. Objectives are to increase the visibility of women in Tarrant County, foster relationships with others and assist in agenda building of our community and country. 

About The Fort Worth Report
The Fort Worth Report is a 501(c)(3) organization that launched April 12, 2021. This new media outlet is built on a foundation of local leadership and local investment. It provides community-sourced journalism that exclusively supports and reports on the Fort Worth community with fact-based, thoughtful and contextual coverage without bias or predetermined agendas. The enterprise is governed by a mission statement, bylaws, and an organizational structure that ensures it remains faithful to these foundational principles.

Women's Policy Forum is a non-partisan educational and networking organization. Views expressed in presentations are those of the speaker and do not imply endorsement by WPF.

Women's Policy Forum  |      P.O. Box 11246  •  Fort Worth, Texas 76110  

  womenspolicyforum@gmail.com or womenspolicyforummarketing.com



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