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Directing the Work 2012

The Texas Council on Family Violence invites you to attend our annual conference tailored specifically for executive directors of family violence programs across Texas.

Date: January 30 – 31, 2012

Location: The Westin Hotel at the Domain

11301 Domain Drive

Austin, Texas 78758

Registration Fee: $155.00 Members

$170.00 non-members

Register for the TCFV Annual Executive Directors’ by clicking here.

For the stipend application, please click here.

This year’s conference entitled Directing the Work offers extraordinary plenary sessions including:

Dr. Linda Chamberlain

Dr. Linda Chamberlain, nationally recognized keynote speaker and known for her ability to translate science into practical information, presents her innovative advocacy leadership model specifically designed for non-profit leaders.

Susan Meier

Susan Meier has spent over 23 years in governance and nonprofit work and will guide executive directors on how to engage their boards in a deeper understanding of their roles and responsibilities, strategic and generative thinking, and addressing culture and dynamics in the boardroom.

Join us for a number of capacity building workshops that address various interest areas including Agency Longevity, Doing the Work, and Strengthening the Work and expert speakers such as:

Anne Pritchard Grady, blends her professional expertise with her personal experiences and puts a comedic spin on even the most challenging topics, such as leadership communication and managing multiple priorities, to keep non-profit leaders engaged and inspired.

Toby Strout serves as the executive director of Middle Way House in Bloomington, Indiana, a national model domestic violence program that has served victims with innovative services since 1971. Strout discusses the development of a social enterprise as a domestic violence program, evaluating its effectiveness, and how to address financial obstacles in a struggling economy.

Kenya Fairley, lifelong advocate and coordinator of the National Domestic Violence Awareness Project, understands the weeks of frantic flurry of activity leading up to October. Fairley shares her experiences and expertise in leading DVAM projects to guide executive directors plan spectacular public awareness events and honor the women and children who have lost their lives to domestic violence.

Preview the conference agenda by clicking here.

This year’s conference takes place at the Westin Hotel at The Domain. The Domain offers impeccable restaurants and luxury shopping in a pedestrian-friendly, open-air lifestyle center. TCFV welcomes you to the 2012 Executive Directors’ Conference for the opportunity to network, learn, dine and play.

Attendees may reserve a room directly with the Westin hotel at the number or link below. When calling please indicate you are calling to reserve a room within the “Texas Council on Family Violence Executive Director’s Conference.”

Phone: (512) 832-4197

Fax: (512) 973-3703

Hotel information and reservations available here.

Special Rates:

Single: $108.00

Double: $148.00

Triple : $148.00

Book by January 13, 2012 to receive special rates.

For questions or assistance please contact Nikhita Ved at (512) 685-6294 or

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