The 9th Annual Women's Conference will be held on
Saturday, September 12, 2020.
Our conferences include speakers-testimonials, fitness segments, spiritual growth and development, wisdom, and knowledge shared amongst women of all ages. Meals are complimentary (breakfast & lunch). Each attendee is asked to bring a donation to support our sponsored organization. We will continue sponsoring our current grant recipient until summer 2020 when our 2021 grant recipient is announced.
IYDWUC 2020 Conference
September 12th, 2020
8:00AM - 4:00PM
Sheraton Dallas by The Galleria
4801 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy, Dallas, TX 75244
Keynote Speaker SPotlight
Imperfect Yet is excited to host, Starlene Stringer,
as the Keynote Speaker for the annual conference;
September, 12th, 2020!
Starlene is the morning show co-host and national news director for the #1 Christian station in America, 94.9 FM KLTY. This Dallas-based news anchor is seen regularly on television and in corporate and educational training videos. She's a regular on-air fundraising host for KERA-TV (PBS) and a Talk Show Host and Reporter for ICTN-TV. However, Starlene is most recognized as the first African-American to provide airborne traffic reports for a North Texas television station and for surviving a helicopter crash while working as a traffic anchor for KTVT-TV (CBS 11). Her corporate video hosting experience includes 7-Eleven, Mary Kay, Price Water House Coopers, Ben E. Keith, Voyager Workplace Learning, and Pier 1 Imports.
In addition to her numerous commitments and speaking engagements, this Best-Selling Author still finds time to volunteer. Starlene has served as a volunteer reader at North Texas Taping and Radio for the Blind, entertained kids at Children's Medical Center Dallas, organized groups for Mission Arlington, and traveled as far away as Kingston, Jamaica to feed the hungry with Food For the Poor.
Her books are titled, Speak Through Me: The Diary of a Military Brat and I Am Her... and It's Actually Okay.
Starlene holds a degree in Mass Communications from Texas Woman's University.
Awards Received: Texas Radio Hall of Fame Nominee 2018
Women In Christian Media 2011 (National Excellence in Service Award)