Each Spring semester, the CWC sponsors a Speaker Event related to women's concerns.
This year, the event was "Fit, Well and Working" by Penny Hite, Chair of the Sport Management & Exercise Science department at Fredonia.
Working women are finding it increasing difficult to "have it all." We want to be care-givers, responsible mothers, respected partners, as well as productive and consequential employees. Deadlines, demanding bosses, "mother-guilt" and impossible schedules fill our working lives, while play-dates, soccer practices, dance and music lessons, taxi-driving, creative finances, homework, counseling, dinner menus, grocery shopping, spiritual pursuits, house-keeping, laundry, and – in many cases – the "work" we did not finish at "work" fill our (so-called) free time. These duties often stand at the fore for the working woman as she strives to have it all; unfortunately, fitness and wellness – arguably the most important aspects – are often the last to be considered when creating a workable blueprint for success. This presentation will focus on helping working women incorporate fitness, nutrition and wellness into their busy lifestyles, allowing them to truly have it all.
Holistic Medicine for Women by Aaron Smith, N.D.
In Spring 2012, the event was "Natural Hormone Support Throughout the Lifespan" by Aaron Smith, N.D. and SUNY Fredonia alumnus. His presentation focused on a variety of medical issues that women face. He included ways to better yourself and your body, citing specific diet regimens, herbs, and exercise. For a complete list of what was included in his presentation, please download the powerpoint below.
Click here to download the powerpoint presentation.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Spring '12 Speaker event.