One of the best conferences in the world aims to get better in 2019
New Leadership in Key Conference Planning Roles Sure to Make an Impact on CWA Future
Directly from the University of Colorado CWA Website,
“The 2019 CWA Community Chair term has begun and the responsibilities of the role will be shared between Margaret Hollingsworth (who will serve as CWA Program committee Chair/Community Vice-Chair) and Laurie Hathorn (serving as CWA Community Chair, previously CWA Community Vice-Chair). They will oversee the CWA Program committee and assist with conference planning.
Dr. Hollingsworth first joined CWA as a member of the Science and Tech committee in 2016. Prior to retiring in 2016, she was a faculty member in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University at Buffalo. In 2017, she served as a Community Co-Chair on the CWA Science and Tech committee and was a member of the Producer committee for CWA’s 70th conference in 2018. Dr. Hollingsworth serves as a volunteer in several other organizations in Boulder County, including 500 Women Scientists and Reading to End Racism.”