HBA OLD Greater Philadelphia presents

Women-omics: Nine out of Ten Doctors Agree - Don't Fall Into the "Make it Pink" Trap

Date and time



Lankenau Medical Center and Heart Pavilion

100 Lancaster Avenue

Wynnewood, PA 19096 United States



Event contact

Kari Gearhart

(215) 896-2824




Event sponsors





Each year, women’s contributions to the economic health of our society increases. Women are now achieving higher levels of education, on average, than men, and their power and economic influence continues to grow. Yet many women report feeling underserved in key areas of the economy such as healthcare, automobiles, finance and business travel to name a few. What does the future hold in a world of ever-increasing digital footprints, education requirements and presence of women in leadership positions? Our speaker, Constance Hunter, chief economist at KPMG LLP will discuss the changing role of women in the economy as well as the broader economic and geopolitical trends under way.

This event is open to both HBA members and non-members of all genders. Bring a non-member friend and have a chance at winning exciting prizes. Seats are limited so register soon.

5:30 - 7:00 PM    Registration, networking session, exhibits and hors d'oeuvres
7:00 - 7:15 PM    Welcome and opening remarks
7:15 - 8:00 PM    Presentation
8:00 - 8:30 PM    Q&A, closing remarks and networking


Map of Heart Pavilion

Special instructions: Parking - Heart Pavilion (Garage D) - Street level entrance parking.
Self-parking is available in Garages A, B and D. There is also a handicapped accessible parking lot next to the Heart Pavilion. For your convenience, valet parking is available at the main entrance of the hospital and at the street-level entrance to the Heart Pavilion, Monday – Friday from 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM.
Parking rates (self-parking and valet):
• 0 – 30 minutes free
• 30 – 60 minutes $3
• 1 – 2 hours $4
• 2 – 3 hours $5
• 3 – 24 hours $7

Registration information
Event is open to: HBA members and nonmembers
Online registration deadline: 13 September 2017
Onsite (walk-in) registration: Is allowed

This event is nonrefundable.


Featured speakers

Constance Hunter

Chief economist



Learning objectives

1. Expand your knowledge of the economic contribution women make in our society and their importance in driving a growing economy
2. Gain clarification on the macro economic factors and trends both past and future


Registration information

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The HBA will make reasonable modifications to policies and programs to ensure that people with special needs have an equal opportunity to enjoy all of its programs. Contact us if you require special accommodations for this event.


 Registration NamePrice LevelEarly Bird (until 30 August)Regular

 1 - Regular registration

 1 - Regular registrationMember$30.00$40.00
 1 - Regular registrationMember - Euro€26.00€34.00
 1 - Regular registrationNon-Member $45.00
 1 - Regular registrationNon-Member - Euro €39.00

 2 - Beacon members registration

 2 - Beacon members registrationMember$30.00$40.00
 2 - Beacon members registrationMember - Euro€26.00€34.00
 2 - Beacon members registrationNon-Member$30.00$40.00
 2 - Beacon members registrationNon-Member - Euro€26.00€34.00

 3 - Women in Transition registration

 3 - Women in Transition registrationMember $25.00
 3 - Women in Transition registrationMember - Euro €21.00

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