Niagara Gazette — Her goals as a leadership coach is to help people to understand their "end game" and to continually evaluate their decisions to get to their life goals.
She said she and her husband decided upon their "end game" early in their relationship. "Our family mission was that we were going to raise responsible, self-sufficient, resilient, nurturing children," she said. "It became my mission statement, but I also know that my kids were going to get that only if they saw that I did things that were important to me."
Hunt will be speaking at 9 a.m. Saturday following a continental breakfast at 8 a.m., to open the fifth annual conference at the Conference Center of Niagara Falls. The event features speakers throughout the day, including Niagara Gazette Natural Health columnist and doctor of naturopathy, Catherine Stack, who will speak on common hormone issues. A noon luncheon will feature a special menu highlighting healthy aspects in foods and food preparation, including recipe, nutrition facts, and antioxidant properties.
The morning sessions will be repeated in the afternoon to allow attendees to visit other demonstrations and presentations. The conference adjourns at 2:30 p.m. Co-Chairs of the event are Kate Cumbo, Allison Violante, and Tanya Miller. For reservations or information, call 298-2697 or 298-2146. Registration is $15 for the entire conference, $5 for students, and advance registration is encouraged as space is limited to the first 350 registrants. Reservations are limited.IF YOU GO • WHAT: Fifth annual Health Care Conference for Women, sponsored by Mount St. Mary's Hospital of Lewiston. • WHEN: Doors open at 8 a.m. Saturday. The day concludes at 5 p.m. • WHERE: Conference Center Niagara Falls, 101 Old Falls St. • MORE INFO: Cost is $15 and includes breakfast and lunch. For more information visit www.msmh.org or call 298-2697 to register.