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LSC-North Harris Women's Conference

Unlocking the Power of Me

Business professional attire encouraged.

The Lone Star College-North Harris Women's Conference is dedicated to currently enrolled LSC-North Harris, LSC- Greenspoint Center, and LSC-Victory Center female students to inspire them to reach new levels of academic achievement, self-sufficiency and personal development.

FREE ADMISSION! Breakfast and lunch provided.

Take advantage of this great opportunity to explore ways to learn how to communicate in any profession, making better grades, saving money and much more. The conference is about the power of women encouraging and empowering other women to meet their life goals.

Lone Star College-North Harris
Student Services Building - Conference Center
Friday, March 11, 2016
8:30a.m. — 2 p.m.

Registration deadline is Monday, March 7 by 5 p.m.

Keynote Speakers


Shayla Rivera
Morning Speaker

Shayla wears many hats--working as a comedian, speaker, TV host and writer. Shayla attended Texas A&M University, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering. Shayla then went on to work for NASA in the Space Shuttle and Space Station Programs, Technical Sales of environmental products for the Oil and Gas and Chemical industries, Stress Management Corporate trainings and motivational speaking and finally onto stand-up comedy. Her life is a reflection of what can be achieved if you are willing to open up to the possibilities and to listen to your own spirit.




Ruth Chow-Kneese
Lunch Speaker

Ruth Chow-Kneese is a personal stylist. Her current focus is styling women over 40, concentrating on work and special event clothing. Ruth attended the Wood Tobe-Coburn School of Fashion in New York City. When Ruth first started in the fashion industry, she was in the Executive Training Program at Joske's of Houston, which was later acquired by Dillard's in 1987. In 1986, Ruth opened her specialty knitting store. In 2009, after 18 years in business, she sold her store, and returned to her fashion roots. Ruth has taught several classes at the Women's Institute of Houston, and has been invited to serve as a guest speaker at several women's group lunches in the area.