Join us for the 18th annual Women in Leadership Conference!
 

The theme of this year’s conference is Design Your Future. We invite you to join us at UC Berkeley, a world-renowned center of innovation, to learn how to apply design thinking to your life and career.

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Logistics Information:

Download your logistics and parking information here.

Venue: Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley

Address: 2220 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94720

Registration begins at 8:30AM at the Haas Courtyard and will be open throughout the day. Please be sure to bring photo identification with you, and your student ID if you purchased a student ticket.

Parking

If you did not pre-purchase parking, a few nearby parking options are noted below:

  1. Underhill Parking Facility located at 2616 Haste between College and Bowditch.
  2. City of Berkeley surface parking lot at Oxford Street, Allston Way, and Kittredge. Enter from Kittredge.
  3. UC Student Union Garage, located on Bancroft just west of Telegraph (south side parking).
  4. City of Berkeley Sather Gate Garage, located on Durant between Dana and Telegraph (south side of campus). Enter from Channing Way or Durant Ave.
  5. City of Berkeley Center Street Garage, 2025 Center Street between Shattuck and Milvia Street.
  6. Street parking: Read all parking restriction signs carefully. The rules and times are strictly enforced by the City of Berkeley.

Public Transit

BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit)

From either airport, San Francisco or other points west or south of Berkeley, take a Richmond-bound BART train to the Downtown Berkeley station. Visit http://www.bart.gov/ for more information. From the BART station, it’s a 25-minute (uphill) walk to Haas.

AC TRANSIT

AC Transit bus service provides transportation for commuters to and from San Francisco and throughout Alameda and western Contra Costa County. There are several AC bus lines that stop near campus. Visit http://www.actransit.org/ for information

 

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