The OHUG 2017 Global Conference
The OHUG 2017 Global Conference will be June 6-9, 2017, at the Rosen Centre Hotel, Orlando. Register today to get hands-on Oracle training, take the first look at the cutting-edge Oracle HCM insights, connect with peers that are facing similar challenges as you and so much more.
We will see you in Orlando! Make sure you register today to receive the best value (saving up to $500)!
Justify Your Attendance
We know you want to join us at OHUG 2017 this year to fully engage in hands-on, user-focused training and education and meet your Oracle HCM user peers. We've made it as easy for you as possible to get the sign off from your boss with the OHUG 2017 Justification Letter. Make the case for your attendance by downloading the justification letter and customize it to meet your specific professional needs. Then you'll be ready to send your letter, and your boss will be ready to send you to Orlando!
Introducing OHUG 2017 Keynote Speaker Dr. Jen Welter
A trailblazer in every sense of the word, Jen Welter, the first female coach in NFL history, serves as a powerful role model and inspiring reminder that anything is possible and barriers are meant to be broken.
Now she draws from her gridiron experience to share valuable insights on the importance of authentic leadership, the power of diverse teams and achieving what others say is impossible.
About Jen: Dr. Jen Welter is the first female to coach in the NFL. She served as an intern linebackers coach for the Arizona Cardinals. Welter’s time at the Cardinals has been defined by the bond she has fostered with the players. But this is not the first time Welter’s was the first to do something. In February 2015 she became the first woman to coach in a men’s professional football league, when she served as linebacker and special teams coach for the Indoor Football League’s Texas Revolution. Prior to that, in January 2014 Welter became the first woman to play running back in a men’s professional football season, when she signed with the Revolution.
Welter holds a doctorate degree in Psychology and Master’s in Sport Psychology. Her 18 years of experience in fitness, and as a professional athlete, has given her the experience to provide expert advice on a wide range of topics in fitness and sports. Her background provides her with a unique insight—both as a player and academic—into the power of sport.
Ultimately, Welter is a team player. Devoted to those she plays with and coaches. Those who played for her years ago still call her Coach to this day. Welter has spoken to a variety of audiences about her experiences, the power of sport and the mental acuity it takes to achieve what other may say is impossible.