GROWTH IS EXPLODING IN PARKER COUNTY.
Are you ready to maximize this opportunity?
Learn how to
Plan and organize for growth
Build your audience online
Compete in a growing market
Be your brand 24/7/365
Invest in yourself and your employees.
Develop your intellectual capital.
Saturday, March 28, 2020
9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Campus of Oak Ridge Church of Christ
4895 I-20 Service Rd. North
Willow Park, Texas
Parker County is experiencing unprecedented growth and the forecast calls for more.
Parker County population is expected to grow to 193,700 in 16 years.
That’s a 66 percent increase since 2010.
41.8 percent predicted job growth over the next 10 years
Many parts of the county are expected to grow 300 percent.
Parker County has a higher median and household income than the U.S.
The question is, will local businesses survive and prosper, or will they fall behind and yield their success to others?
It is important to our community
for businesses that are here now
and the people who run them
to continue to be successful.
That’s why we are focusing on this timely topic, which is not being addressed anywhere else.
The conference will help businesswomen
Respond to growth and thrive
Develop their intellectual capital for the future
Invest in themselves so they’re ready and
Build powerful leadership skills to guide their companies – and Parker County.
Become a Partner
Partnership opportunities are available for businesses who want to invest in Parker County and have marketing exposure to our top thought-leaders and their families.
Various partnership levels are available. Based on your partnership level, your company will be
Recognized on our website, in the program, the VIP reception and during the conference
Featured in our social media campaign
Highlighted in a video interview.
We leverage social media, videos, recognition at the event and other types of marketing to be sure our community leaders know who is making this educational opportunity available to them.
2020 Legacy Leaders
Gail, wife of Parker County Sheriff Larry Fowler, retired in 2013. A resilient woman who does not like the limelight, Gail began her volunteer efforts as board member of Freedom House, which supports battered men and women, and the Children’s Advocacy Center, which serves children who experience sexual assault and family violence. Gail spends her time raising funds to support these non-profits in the community she loves.
Kathryn’s dream of teaching swimming and water safety culminated in her starting The Swim Lesson People eight years ago in Weatherford. She works mostly with children, beginning with 3-month-olds. A committed volunteer, Kathryn is water safety chair for Safe Kids of North Texas, vice chair of the Healthy Children’s Coalition of Parker County and is a member of the Child Fatality Review Team of Parker County.
History of the Women's Legacy Conference
The Women’s Legacy Conference is an annual half-day forum for business professionals that features high-powered guest speakers addressing critical issues foremost in the minds of highly motivated achievers in the corporate world.
Lisa Marie Graves founded this conference, now in its fifth year, to provide world-class professional education in Parker County. Previously, there was no opportunity for businesswomen to grow in their careers and in their companies without traveling elsewhere.
Starting with 70 attendees, the conference has grown to 120 and we are expecting greater attendance than ever at this year’s event on March 28, 2020. Most who attend are business owners and decision-makers.
Our conference is substantive and competes successfully with events anywhere in the nation.