This conference offers a varied program with more than 50 workshops, an inspiring keynote speaker, an awards ceremony, a resource fair, engaging EECP presentations, lively and silent auctions, evening entertainment and more.
This conference will also take place on the ancestral lands of the Ramaytush Ohlone, the original inhabitants of the San Francisco Peninsula. In keeping with their traditions, they have never abdicated their role as custodians of this land and of all individuals living in their traditional territories. As guests, we graciously acknowledge the knowledge and wisdom we gain from learning on their ancestral lands.
As a gesture of respect, we honor the ancestors and the Ramaytush Ohlone community. We affirm their sovereign rights as First Peoples, and as part of our conference preparations, we have reached out to Ramaytush tribal leaders and made a donation to support their vital work.