Thank you to the conference planning committee and all of the wonderful volunteers who helped to organize OHEA's 39th annual conference and thank you to all of our sponsors! We also would like to thank everyone who came out to the conference and showed their #PHEcPride. We truly appreciate it, and could not have had such a great event without your support!
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by: Adrienne Tsandelis
OHEA would like to take this opportunity to thank our generous conference sponsors. Without their support #OHEA2017 would not have been possible.
Ontario, (March 13, 2017) – On March 25th at the Holiday Inn Guelph Hotel and Conference Centre, the Ontario Home Economics Association (OHEA) will transform the future of home economics. Geared to attract Professional Home Economists, Dietitians, Nutritionists, bloggers and university students, OHEA’s 38th annual conference promises a full day of professional development, networking, inspiration and fun for delegates, speakers and sponsors.
The jam packed agenda includes dynamic speakers, skill exchange breakout sessions, a student focused panel discussion, award presentations and plenty of time to network, visit exhibits and participate in the popular silent auction and raffle.
Keynote Speaker - Bobby Umar - Executive leadership coach, authority on personal branding and TEDx speaker will kick-off the day with a strong dose of inspiration and authentic connection.
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This year's Ontario Home Economics Association Conference was a huge success! The speakers, the venue, the food, the exhibitors, the conference committee, the emcee, the raffle prizes, the silent auction, and the delegate bags were all phenomenal. We are grateful to our sponsors who made this memorable day possible and would like to take the opportunity to extend our sincere gratitude.
OHEA is very thankful for the overwhelming support of our sponsors, who were not only instrumental in the success of the conference, but who were paramount in helping us spread awareness and understanding of the incredible and diverse profession of Home Economics.
You can view our full list of sponsors here...
By: Mary Carver, P.H.Ec.
Once a year, Professional Home Economists from across Ontario come together for a weekend of business, professional development, networking and fun.
This year, the events take place at the 34th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Ontario Home Economics Association (OHEA) at the University of Toronto on March 22nd and 23rd.
So what’s behind the conference theme - Be a Winner in Challenging Times?
The Ontario Home Economics Association, a self-regulating body of professional Home Economists, promotes high professional standards among its members so that they may assist families and individuals to achieve and maintain a desirable quality of life.