Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF) is a nationally recognized leader in promoting the development of women’s careers. WFF’s educational events occur throughout the year and our Annual Conference draws nearly 3,000 attendees. Presenters at our events speak to audiences of individuals ranging from Emerging Leaders to C-Suite Executives. WFF’s leadership development programming covers twelve competencies, which are grouped into three pillars: leading self, leading people, and leading business. Speakers who are chosen for our learning events, must have content relevant to the following competencies:
 
Leading Self Leading People Leading Business
Insight & Awareness Building High Performing Teams Business and Financial Acumen
Initiative Influence & Diplomacy Strategic Thinking & Visioning
Communicating & Listening Coaching & Mentoring Taking Risk
Building Trust Building Networks Driving for Results

To meet our goal to provide unparalleled educational opportunities, we seek speakers who can address the unique challenges of our industry, identify emerging issues, and share best practices.

Individuals who would like to make themselves available to speak at WFF events may put their names forward by completing the online Speaker Nomination Form.  Submissions will be added to the WFF speaker database.

Nomination Form


WFF will review submissions when vetting speakers and will contact speaker’s we believe will be a good fit for programming.

Guidelines:
  • Presentations must be educational in nature and non-promotional and may contain no "sales pitches" or sales-oriented material
  • Presentations should address key issues facing the industry
  • Speakers must agree to have their handouts made available on WFF’s event specific website and in some cases, authorize the videotaping of their presentation.
Thank you for your interest in WFF.