LOCATION Indiana Convention Center
DATE November 7, 201911/07/2019 07:00 AM11/08/2019 04:00 PM

Volunteer

We invite you to join us as a dynamic volunteer for this one-of-a-kind conference!

If you are interested in volunteering at the Midwest’s biggest all-day conference for women, please fill out this form and one of our volunteer coordinators will be in touch with you.

As we draw closer to the event, specific volunteer opportunities will be listed on this page. Please check back for updated volunteer schedules.
About the Volunteer Team
Angela Hughes, Associate Director of Philanthropy,
The Nature Conservancy in Indiana

Angie attended Indiana University and has a Master of Public Affairs from the School of Public and Environmental Management Affairs and a Bachelor of Science in Parks and Recreation.  She first started at The Nature Conservancy in Government Relations and was responsible for representing the organization with elected officials at the federal and state level. Additionally, Angie has served as the lead for a coalition of 30 statewide conservation organizations with a focus on advocating for policy and funding initiatives.  Currently, as an Associate Director of Philanthropy with The Conservancy, her focus is on fundraising from individuals, foundations and corporations as part of a successful fundraising team. 

Angie has been a part of the volunteer force at the Indiana Conference for Women for the past two years and has also served as a vital part of the production team. As Angie has stated: “Working for a not for profit shines the light on the critical need for dedicated volunteers and the Conference has an amazing group of volunteers who are the best of the best! It is so wonderful to see so many of the same gals back year after year to help make this the best conference in the Midwest.”
Read some of the feedback from previous volunteers, and register for yourself!
“I have volunteered at the Indiana Conference for Women for the past 3 years, every year it has grown and I have walked away empowered. I had the opportunity to meet new amazing women, while being energized by some of the top women in our country. You learn from these women, their stories and what it takes to be a woman of influence.”
– Rhonda Beiswanger, Avison Young