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Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine® Alumnae Events & Programming

2018 ELUM Professional Development Program
Leadership During Challenging Times: Building Resilience and Versatility

January 11 – 13, 2018


The Four Seasons | Denver, Colorado
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Sponsored By

University of Colorado School of Medicine


The 2018 ELUM Professional Development Program, Leadership During Challenging Times: Building Resilience and Versatility, welcomes alumnae from ELAM and ELATE to strengthen their skills in communication, philanthropy and organizational change. ELAM's executive director, Nancy Spector, and former directors, Page Morahan, Rosalyn Richman and Diane Magrane, welcome you to this three-day event to connect alumnae across the nation and to continue to strengthen the leadership skill-building begun during the fellowship.

Morning plenaries are complemented by afternoon workshops and evening social events.

Registration is now open. The early bird registration fee of $450 is available until October 15. Registration after that date is $550.

Register for the Alumnae Development Program

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Hotel Registration Information

Please note that a food and beverage fee of $120.53 will be added to the best available rate for each night of your stay. The fee covers daily breakfast, lunch, snacks, evening receptions, dinner on January 11 and 12, and associated taxes and fees. For example, if the best available rate is $300/night, your bill will come to $420.53/night.

Please call the Four Seasons directly at 303.389.3300 to determine current rates and to register. When you call, reference the “ELUM Program.”

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ELAM is a core program of the Institute for Women's Health and Leadership at Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pa. The Institute continues the legacy of advancing women in medicine that began in 1850 with the founding of the Female Medical College of Pennsylvania, the nation's first women's medical school and a predecessor of today's Drexel University College of Medicine.