Welcome to the 59th International Women’s Conference
The women of Dallas/Addison, and all of Texas, welcome you to the 59th International Women's Conference. We look forward to celebrating our sobriety together.
Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel
15201 Dallas Parkway, Addison, TX 75001
I am taking this opportunity to introduce myself as the IWC Advisory Council Chair & Brenda F-J as Co-Chair.
We offer CONGRATULATIONS to the 58th International Women’s Conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico for yet another memorable Conference. In the interest of safety, the Committee decided that the Conference would be both “in person” and “virtual” in order to carry the message to more than 6500 women around the world. Therefore, for the first time in the history of the IWC, a Hybrid Conference was developed and executed in excellent fashion by an amazing group of sober women in Santa Fe. Not only were there wonderful speakers, panels and workshops speaking the Language of the Heart but the entertainment on Friday night, the Banquet, Sobriety Countdown and Dance Party on Saturday night and Sunday morning closing including Amazing Grace was a huge success. Shopping, touring & learning the history of Santa Fe was an unexpected pleasure for many during the busy conference. Again, congratulations Santa Fe for hosting this very distinguished Conference in your wonderful city.
I would like to invite you to make your plans to participate in the 59th International Women’s Conference in Dallas, TX, from February 16 – 19, 2023 at the Renaissance Dallas Addison. Registration for the Conference is available on this site and hotel registration will be available on or after March 1st, 2022. The Dallas Chair, Co-Chair and committee members are excited to host the 2023 IWC so stay tuned for additional information!
~ Deb Y. - Advisory Council Chair
SANTA FE CONFERENCE RECORDINGS
The International Women’s Conference is the bridge to a better understanding of the Alcoholics Anonymous philosophy and way of life because of our special needs in sobriety as women. We as women members of Alcoholic Anonymous are survivors. Learn more about IWC here...