Women’s Health Conversations, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was established in 2013 with the belief that today’s generation of women can transform our nation’s health for the betterment of all women and the world. It is women who impact individual health and therefore the nation’s health. By transforming health, women transform our culture and economy.

Women make more than 80% of the health care decisions in this country, not only for themselves, but for everyone they touch in their lives– their children, spouses, parents, friends, co-workers. By transforming health, women transform our culture and our economy.

Join Dr. Vonda Wright, keynote speaker and conference founder, on November 4 @ the Westin Convention Center for a conference that will transform women’s health thereby impacting the nation’s health.

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Cynthia Mendoza

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