Attendees at the 2016 WHVACR Annual Conference in Philadelphia

Attendees at the 2016 WHVACR Annual Conference in Philadelphia.

Women in HVACR to Convene First Stand-alone Conference

Conference registration will open June 1st 2017 on the Women in HVACR website. Hotel room block info will be provided on the WHVACR website.

As a result of increased membership, Women in HVACR (WHVACR) announced that for the first time in its history, the organization's annual conference will be held as a stand-alone event, at the Tarrant County College Center of Excellence for Energy Technology, Fort Worth, TX, Sept. 27-29.

Julie Decker of Atco Rubber Products, the 2017 WHVACR president, said the news has generated much excitement within the organization, and it wants the industry at-large to be a part of the event as it enters a new phase.

"In the past, we have partnered with great organizations that helped WHVACR get our start. We held our conference in conjunction with their annual events which was instrumental in building our legacy," Decker said.

"We have grown in membership, so we are excited to launch our conference in Ft Worth Texas on September 27-29.  Please watch your email, the WHVACR newsletter and other forms of communication for the exciting details. Please join us in historic Fort Worth Texas.“

With the support of members and sponsors, Women in HVACR is excited to open this next chapter in the growth of the organization. Look for more updates and details online, at: www.womeninhvacr.org

  • Conference registration will open June 1st 2017 on the Women in HVACR website.
  • Hotel room block info will be provided on the WHVACR website.
  • Conference is open to male and female members and non-members.
  • Lineup of speakers to be released in June 2017.

Women in HVACR exists to improve the lives of its members by providing professional avenues to connect with other women growing their careers in the HVACR industry. It empowers women to succeed through networking opportunities, mentoring and education.

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