Welcome to the 58th International Women’s Conference
The women of Santa Fe, and all of New Mexico, welcome you to the 58th International Women's Conference in the Land of Enchantment! Santa Fe's beautiful blue skies and high mountains will captivate you, along with the art, shopping and food! We look forward to celebrating our sobriety together.
Santa Fe is a high desert (elev. 7,000 ft), so it is important to remember to dress warmly, drink lots of water and rest when needed during your visit.
Santa Fe Community Convention Center
201 W Marcy St., Santa Fe, NM 87501
Each of our five conference hotels has their own unique, Santa Fe charm and a negotiated IWC hotel rate! All conference hotels are in Downtown Santa Fe and less than half a mile from the Santa Fe Community Convention Center.
To the 57th International Women’s Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina who carried the message to over 19,000 women all over the world.
Once a pandemic hit our shores, the amazing, sober women of Charlotte completely changed their focus and put together the first Virtual International Women’s Conference. We can all agree it was a huge success! Not only were there wonderful speakers, panels and workshops speaking the Language of the Heart, but we laughed and had fun at the Dysfunctional Family Feud, shed our inhibitions at the Dance Party, and was brought to tears during Amazing Grace on Sunday morning. Thank you Charlotte for making this one of the most memorable conferences in the history of the IWC.
I would like to invite you to make your plans to participate in the 58th International Women’s Conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2022. Although the conference sold out in two days, the women of Santa Fe are working very hard to structure their conference so we can continue to reach women from all over the world. Please be patient.. more information will be coming soon.
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...