Women’s Council Holds Communication Workshop in Rock Springs

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CHEYENNE– The Wyoming Council for Women (WCW) presents dynamic global public speaker Jenni Prisk to provide “Communicating With Confidence” workshops in Cheyenne on April 9 and Rock Springs on April 10.

These public speaking and communication workshops will include techniques on:

  • Taking the risk out of public speaking
  • Analyzing and engaging your audience
  • Breathing and confidence exercises
  • Improving your self-esteem and confidence through communication
  • Self-empowerment for women
  • Expressing confidence in any situation

Cheyenne Workshops

There will be two workshops in Cheyenne at Laramie County Community College in the Clay Pathfinder Building, room 109. The first will be from 1–3 pm and the second from 6:30-8:30 pm followed by a meet and greet reception from 8:30–9 pm.

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Rock Springs Workshop

There will be one workshop in Rock Springs at Western Wyoming Community College, room 1302 from 6–8 pm followed by a meet and greet reception from 8–8:30 pm.

All three workshops are free and open to the public.

About Jenni Prisk

Prisk, owner of Prisk Communications, is a corporate coach, trainer, advocate for women’s rights and motivational speaker who believes “with a strong voice, focus and determination, you can make a difference and make the world a better place for everyone.” 

Karen S. Haynes, of Cal State San Marcos, said, “Jenni Prisk is that rare and wonderful combination of motivational speaker and entertainer.  She quickly captivates an audience with her humor and holds their attention with her wisdom.”

Conference attendees of Prisk’s events have described her as “incredible,” “inspirational” and “refreshing.”  For more information on Prisk, visit www.prisk.com.  

About The Wyoming Council for Women

The Wyoming Council for Women is a 13-member council with representation from each of the nine judicial districts, four at-large members and one ex-officio member for the Wyoming Business Council.

Members are appointed by the governor.  Funded by the Wyoming State Legislature, the council focuses on improving the status of women in Wyoming in the following four areas:  employment practices, educational opportunities, home and community and legal rights and responsibilities.

For more information about WCW, visit www.wyomingwomenscouncil.org.