Georgia Commission on Women Celebrates 30 Years of Advocating for Women’s Health

Registration is now Open for the Free Georgia Wellness Summit (Virtual) Presented by the Georgia Commission on Women on June 10, 2022

(PRUnderground) May 3rd, 2022

The Georgia Commission on Women will present their Annual Georgia Wellness Summit virtually on Friday, June 10 from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.  Created to inform and foster conversations about the latest health topics impacting women, the event brings together experts from medicine, policy, education and more to share information and form meaningful connections.  The event is free and open to the public and will provide 20 continuing education credits for healthcare professionals.  All attendees must register in advance at

“The Wellness Summit is a powerful event that features inspiring individuals and organizations doing groundbreaking health and wellness work in Georgia and across the nation,” said Tita Stewart, chair of the Georgia Commission of Women.  “The agenda highlights a number of topics that impact the well-being of women and families, presented by leaders in their respective fields.  We want the attendees to leave the program empowered and informed, and hope they will be motivated to become involved with the various organizations committed to elevating wellness in the state of Georgia.”

Georgia Wellness Summit topics will focus on the areas of health equity, mental health, maternal-child health, and COVID.

The Georgia Commission on Women is also celebrating 30 years of impactful work in the state. Created by the Georgia General Assembly in 1992, the Georgia Commission on Women is a state commission representing the women of Georgia. The 15 members of the GCW are appointed by the governor, lieutenant governor, and the speaker of the House, and come from every corner of the state.

“It has been an honor and a privilege to serve on Georgia’s Commission on Women for the past 30 years.  As we move into our 2nd Georgia Wellness Summit, we will also be celebrating our 30th anniversary!  That’s 30 years of serving the women of Georgia and focused on wellness for women.”, said Juliana McConnell, the longest-serving member of the Georgia Commission on Women.

Its mission is to advocate for Georgia women, to create programs designed to advance women’s well-being and education, to inform government officials of issues affecting women, and to celebrate the accomplishments of women in the state.

For more information about the Georgia Commission on Women or the Georgia Wellness Summit please visit, and follow on Facebook

About Georgia Commission on Women

The Georgia Commission on Women was created in 1992 by the Georgia General Assembly and Governor Zell Miller to monitor the status, rights, and opportunities of women in Georgia.

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