Friday, April 6, 2018

Hilton Garden Inn, Okaloosa Island | 8:00am - 1:00pm



Arrival/Registration Open




Hormone Balance and Therapy in Women

M. Mitchell Silver, DO


Mindful Eating

Whitney Temple, RD, CNSC, LDN
Registered Dietician, Twin Cities Hospital


Medication Interactions

Frank Materese, BS Pharm., Pharm.D.
Director of Pharmacy, Twin Cities Hospital


Treatment Options for Heavy or Painful Periods: What’s New and Current?

Diana DeCotis-Smith, MD
Obstetrics and Gynecology

Stephanie Caywood, MD
Obstetrics and Gynecology




Turn the Radio Down so I Can See...and Other Mid-Life Observations

Karen Mills
Keynote Speaker




Check back soon for updated agenda information!

*Agenda is tentative and subject to change.

Mollye Barrows

Mollye began her career as a reporter with WEAR ABC 3 in February 1998, never imagining she would have the opportunity to build her journalism career in Northwest Florida.

Once in Pensacola, she covered the courts and crime beat for a number of years where she developed a real love of reporting. It gave Mollye the opportunity to meet people from all walks of life and learn about the issues affecting our communities. In 2001, she covered the story of Derek and Alex King, two young brothers from Escambia County who confessed to killing their father. The case garnered national attention and allowed her the opportunity to co-author a true crime book about the circumstances that led up to the crime and the subsequent trials. “A Perversion of Justice” was published in 2004.

In 2004, Mollye began investigating local faith based boarding schools that offered controversial “behavior modification” methods for troubled teens. State law allows owners of these facilities to oversee themselves to a certain extent and a number of former students and their parents protested these facilities, claiming they were abused. The three part series “Secrets in the Schoolhouse,” won a best investigative award from the Associated Press in Florida in 2005.

Mollye currently enjoys co-anchoring Channel 3 News at Ten as well as the afternoon newscast “First at Four.” WEAR has allowed her the opportunity to grow as an anchor for most her years at the station. She began co-anchoring the weekend newscasts and eventually moved to “Three in the Morning.”

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Mollye graduated from Niceville High School in Okaloosa County in 1991 and then attended what was then Okaloosa-Walton Community College before graduating from the University of West Florida in 1996. She has lived and worked in Northwest Florida most of her life and is proud to call this community home!