Join Olympic Gold Medalist, Kristin Armstrong and Idaho Women In Leadership on August 29, 2019, for a meaningful conversation on civility and civil discourse with leaders in government, business, and sports. Moderated by former KTVB anchor Carolyn Holly, you'll learn how you can disagree and dispute with others while listening and demonstrating mutual respect. The lunch and panel discussion will be held from 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM on the 17th floor of the Zions Bank Building. Additional panel members include Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter; and former U.S. Representative Walt Minnick.
Consider membership in the I-WIL Ambassador program at www.i-wil.com/membership. Your $36/monthly membership includes attendance to this and all monthly I-WIL events. Non-members can purchase a ticket to attend this luncheon panel discussion for $45 at www.i-wil.com/shop.
About Kristen Armstrong:
Kristin Armstrong is the most decorated U.S. women's cyclist of all time and the best time-trialist in sports history. She is a three-time Olympic Gold Medalist, two-time World Champion and has won six U.S. National Championships.
Kristin is the only female U.S. athlete to win the same event (time trial) in three consecutive Olympic Summer Games, taking home the gold medal in Beijing (2008), London (2012) and Rio (2016). Additionally, Kristin became the oldest female cyclist in history to win an Olympic medal when she won gold in Rio, one day before her 43rd birthday.
Kristin graduated from the University of Idaho with a B.S. in Exercise Physiology. She spends her free time on public speaking engagements and serves as the Manager of Community Health for St. Luke’s in Boise, Idaho. Kristin is married to Joe Savola and they have a six-year-old son named Lucas. Kristin and her family continue to reside in Boise, Idaho.