The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce's Fourth Annual Women's Work-Life Symposium was help today at the Florida State University Panama City's Holley Academic Center.
The symposium featured six speakers from across the country addressing topics beneficial to help women maintain a healthy work-life balance.
Around 200 women attended the symposium with keynote speakers including Joan and Bill Martin, founders of Brahmin luxury handbags, and Beth Holloway, mother of Natalee Holloway.
Holloway spoke about coping with adversity and the importance of knowing your surroundings when you travel.
"One thing that keeps me going is when these young sons and daughters come up to me , the 18-19 and 20 year olds and tell me how they just, that the message really struck a chord with them. And so that's what it's about, it's giving them a chance and giving them a heads up," said Holloway.
Holloway hopes her message and her experiences can help other young people.