March 23, 2011
Busch Student Center 253
Practicing good sustainability practices and stewardship of our resources and environment is definitely an art. Juggling the demands of being a good mother, spouse and employee is a difficult balancing act that sometimes makes it hard to employ good sustainability practices.
In March, the Women's Commission will welcome professional organizer, Carolyn Conboy, who will discuss ways we can learn to be better stewards of the resources in our homes.
Conboy, an accountant by education, is a master at juggling. Not only does she now work as a professional organizer, but she is the mother of five children, all under the age of nine, including a set of triplets.
She will share her experiences as well as lots of good practices and techniques at being good stewards in our everyday lives.
The Women's Commission serves as an advocacy board for faculty, staff, students and administrators at Saint Louis University. It promotes the interests, issues and concerns of women at the University by sponsoring programs designed to heighten awareness of major issues and disseminate information to both men and women; by providing networking opportunities to foster the personal and professional development of women at the University; and by recognizing the outstanding contributions of University women.
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