Speaker announcement: Amy Miller

More women who work in corrections are attracted by the pay, benefits and opportunities for upward mobility. And many women are finding that working in a prison or jail is the best job they never really wanted. “It’s a stereotype that women can’t be good correctional officers or can’t be as effective,” Amy Miller, an…

Speaker announcement: Sue Kenfield

Women leaders in traditionally male-dominated professions encounter unique opportunities. Those who achieve excellence in leadership do so through a combination of innate strengths and learned skills. Sue Kenfield, president of See It Thrive, will lead two interactive and empowering sessions. “Achieving Excellence in Leadership will explore and enhance successful leadership qualities, identify essential leadership behaviors,…

Reserve your room now!

Follow this link to reserve your room at Hyatt Regency Sacramento, home of The 2018 Women Working in Corrections and Juvenile Justice National Conference, Oct. 14-17, 2018. Located across the street from the California State Capitol in downtown Sacramento, Hyatt Regency Sacramento offers passionate hospitality and inviting spaces where everyone gets the VIP treatment. Designed…

Early Bird registration is now open!

Download and print this Registration Form to earn rewards and take advantage of special “Early Bird” pricing! Fill out the form and make checks payable to WWICJJ. Mail both to 1346 N Market Blvd., Sacramento CA, 95834. You can also register online here… 

Coming soon to Sacramento!

The Women Working in Corrections and Juvenile Justice national conference will be held October 14-17, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency, 1209 L Street in Sacramento. The conference will be hosted by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the Correctional Peace Officers Foundation. CDCR operates the California prison and parole systems. Headquartered in Sacramento,…