The Conway Regional Women's Council is an advocacy group of the Conway Regional Health Foundation. Established in May 2001, the group promotes women's health education and provides support for fundraising and volunteer services benefiting Conway Regional Health System. The Council is open to women of all ages who would like the opportunity to learn more about women's health issues while contributing their talents toward the improvement of women's health in their communities.
The purpose of the Conway Regional Women's Council could not be served without the dedication and leadership of the following Steering Committee members:
2018 Steering Committee:
Aimee Prince, President
|Grace Barre||Jennifer Hill||Amy Reed|
|Jenna Davidson||Shelia Isby||Stephanie Vann|
|Amelia Day||Sonja Keith||Pam Sims|
|Regennia Jones||Wendy Nelson||Keri Yarbrough|
|Mathilda Hatfield||Michelle Philips||Aimee Prince|
|Brittany Butler||Shanon Howland|
Lori Ross, Chief Development Officer
Dot Welch, Foundation Associate Director
Marla Hambuchen, Special Event Coordinator
Becky Benedetti, Campaign Coordinator
As a supporting organization of Conway Regional Health System, the Conway Regional Women’s Council is dedicated to the fight against childhood obesity in our community. Through the Teacher’s Grant, the Conway Regional Women’s Council is offering educators in Faulkner County the opportunity to impact the lives of their students by offering programs specifically designed to promote physical activity, good nutrition and/or personal wellness.
Educator Eligibility Criteria:
- Must be employed full-time as a PreK-12th grade teacher.
- Must intend to continue teaching in the consecutive school year.
- Must have experience as a PreK-12th grade teacher.
Grant applications will be coming out in the next couple of weeks! Stay tuned!
In Her Honor Women's Health Fair
Conway Regional's Women's Council will be hosting the annual In Her Honor Women's Health Fair from 9:00 AM-2:00 PM on Friday, April 20th. There will be a wide range of health information ranging from child care, senior care and specific women's health issues. There will also various health screenings such as glucose and blood pressure.
Registration is not required. The first 150 guest will recieve a boxed lunch, plus many more gifts and door prizes to be expected!
- Women's Health Fair 2018 Vendor Application click here.
Check out the latest Women's Council News through our Quarterly Newsletter - Council Connection (April 2017).