Join Idaho Senator Cherie Buckner-Webb for Panel Discussion, Navigating Difficult Conversations

May 22, 2019


June marks the start of something special for Idaho Women In Leadership!  Join Senator Cherie Buckner-Webb & Idaho Women In Leadership for our first panel discussion, Navigating Difficult Conversations.  At this session, learn how to prepare for and engage in productive discussions and create an environment that reduces stress, increases trust and improves relationships.


Senator Cherie Buckner-Webb serves as the Senate Minority Leader for the State of Idaho, and will serve as lively and engaging panel member.  


Cherie was elected to the Idaho House of Representatives in 2010 and currently serves in District 19.  Cherie was born in Boise, Idaho. She received her bachelor’s degree in management and organizational leadership from George Fox University and earned her master’s degree in social work from Northwest Nazarene University. 


Cherie is a board member of numerous community organizations and received the 2010 Community Hero award from Boise State University. Cherie was awarded the Excellence in the Arts; Idaho Governor’s Award in the Arts; the Jefferson Award for public service; 2012 NAACP Heritage Hall of Fame award; American Mothers Inc., 2012 Idaho Mother of Distinction and 2013 Idaho Mother of the Year; Gandhi, King, Ikeda Award – A Legacy of Building Peace; Hewlett Packard Award for Distinguished Leadership in Human Rights; United Nations Human Rights Award; and the 2019 Idaho Business Review – Woman of the year. 


To attend this event as a guest, click here for one-time registration.  The event is $45 for non-members to attend, members attend included in membership. 


To join the I-WIL Panel Discussion on Difficult Conversations, as a member click here.  Your I-

WIL membership includes attendance to our monthly events and special discounts on our

annual events. 




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