Our Women in Leadership event is an annual gathering of women serving as program leaders, deans, development directors and similar positions — a unique forum to network for mutual encouragement and support.
The gatherings are intergenerational, so women of all ages can learn from each other’s experience and wisdom. Invited guests network and collaborate, hear from a guest speaker, and have time for group interaction. They are offered a unique opportunity to explore key issues vital to their work and lifestyle.
For more information, email the Trust or call 360-694-8415.
The next Women in Leadership conference is May 6-8, 2020: Leadership Coaching with Mind, Heart, Strength
During this conference, you will learn how to utilize a model of coaching that will equip you to think about your leadership as well as the development of others. Sessions are designed to create a dynamic and creative environment for you to interact with like-minded leaders. You’ll learn how to discern where God is calling you and your sphere(s) of influence to focus, engage realities, and create plans to move forward while engaging with God’s Spirit. This will be a space where we will move between concepts and application to real life with the goal of helping you leave with greater clarity and equipping for your work.
- Session 1: Why We Need Mystery & Strategy
- Session 2: Framing Goals
- Session 3: Assessing Reality
- Session 4: Creating & Choosing Options
- Session 5: Engaging the Will & Next Steps
Meet the Speaker
Tracey is a leadership development coach and trainer who is passionate about working with mission-driven leaders, teams, and organizations. She has had over 20 years of ministry experience as a director with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship where she has designed training experiences and resources for a range of leaders from college students taking their first leadership steps to national directors, executive teams, and board members.
She is a Gallup-certified strengths coach whose top 5 strengths are Strategic, Input, Futuristic, Achiever, and Activator. She earned her master’s degree in Leadership from Fuller Seminary where she focused on topics such as leadership development, learning, and organizational dynamics.
She is also a published author of a book for Asian American women called, “More Than Serving Tea: Asian American Woman on Expectations, Relationships, Leadership and Faith.” Originally from the Bay Area of California, Tracey now lives in Los Angeles with her husband, two boys, and rescue dog Kona. She loves camping, baseball, and black coffee.