Uplift Families Parenting Conference
October 26th, 2013
UTAH VALLEY CONVENTION CENTER
220 West Center Street Provo, Utah
The First Lady of Utah, Jeanette Herbert is hosting the “Uplift Families Parenting Conference” on October 26th, 2013 at the Utah Valley Convention Center in Provo. Uplift Families is the official initiative of Utah’s First Lady and a non-profit foundation dedicated to providing resources for parents that can improve parenting skills and keep children safe from negative societal influences.
The conference will include international dinner and dessert stations among booths and exhibits, addresses by Governor and First Lady Herbert, inspirational presentations by Richard and Linda Eyre, Chad Lewis, Stephanie Nielson, Carmen Rasmusen Herbert and other renowned experts on issues that families face. There will be prizes and give-aways as well!
The cost is only $25.00 per coup le or $15.00 for an individual. Seating is limited to 500.
Tickets NOW available at upliftfamilies.org.
5:30 – 6:30pm Dinner Stations among the Exhibits and Booths
6:30 – 8:30pm Plenary Sessions with Guest Presenters
8:30 - 9:30pm Meet the Presenters Dessert/Exhibits
Richard and Linda Eyre: Best Selling Authors, Parenting Experts and Keynote Speakers
Stephanie Nielson: Best Selling Author, Speaker and Creator of “NieNie Dialogues”
Chad Lewis: Former NFL Pro Bowl Player, Author and Speaker
Nicholeen Peck: National “Family Government" Author and Nominee National Mother of the Year
Polly Scott: Public Relations Director at “Women for Decency”
Charles Machinski: Family Finance, Personal Development Coach and Founder of The Coaching Box
Abbie Vianes: Certified Prevention Specialist, Trainer and Life Coach
Carmen Rasmusen Herbert – Recording Artist, American Idol Finalist, Columnist for Deseret News
“Our organization believes that to have a strong viable state, we must have strong viable families. We have great concern for the children of Utah and the negative influences they are exposed to. We believe strongly that by getting the message out to parents as to the critical nature of their positive involvement with their children, we can help turn the tide of juvenile problems that we see as a growing threat to our society.”
—First Lady of Utah, Jeanette Herbert