Leadership Summit for Women

covid-19 FAQ

Q: I registered for the 2020 Summit. Is it canceled?

A: Yes, the Leadership Summit for Women scheduled for May 15, 2020 has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will hold our next Summit in June 2021. All 2020 registered attendees have received an email regarding the cancelation and next steps. If you have not received this email, please contact us.

Q: If an attendee's registration was a part of a sponsorship for attending the (now canceled) 2020 Summit, can that registration be transferred to 2021?

A: The sponsorship would need to be reconfirmed and secured for the 2021 conference. The registration itself may be transferred, but the funding of the sponsorship would need to be secured again in 2021.

Q: I am a U-M registrant who paid by shortcode. If I transfer my registration to the 2021 Summit, will my shortcode be charged in this fiscal year (FY20) or next fiscal year (FY21)?

A: U-M shortcodes will be charged in the next fiscal year (FY21).

Q: I paid by credit card, and I want to transfer my registration to Summit 2021. Will you refund me and expect payment in 2021, or keep the payment?

A: You will be refunded your registration fee by the end of May 2020. In early 2021, we will request that those who previously paid with a credit card to confirm previously submitted credit card information or to submit correct credit card information for payment.


The Leadership Summit for Women in Academic Medicine and Healthcare is a rare opportunity for leaders from across the nation to focus on their professional development and the advancement of women. The only event of its kind, the Summit focuses specifically on advancing leaders in their careers in healthcare and academic medicine. Join 400+ leaders for a day of learning, growth, and inspiration.

The Leadership Summit for Women is ideal for leaders dedicated to the advancement of women, including faculty and administrators. This event is open to leaders of all genders.

This summit accelerates the development of leaders through skill-based learning, connection with other leaders in academic medicine and healthcare, and insight from experts on how to successfully lead in today’s complex academic medicine and healthcare environment.


The University of Michigan Medical School, School of Public Health, Ross School of Business, and Michigan Medicine