On Tuesday, August 23, WCC hosted ten WCC/Eli Lilly Travel Award winners at a poster session preceding the WCC luncheon. Ranging from just ﬁnishing undergraduate to completing post‐doctoral studies, each woman had an unique story to share. The award winners were Brittney Anderson (University of California, Davis), Brittney Armstrong (University of California, Davis), Elizabeth Cleverdon (Syracuse University), Vedanjali Gogineni (University of Mississippi), Laura Hawk (University of Minnesota), Sarah Johnson (Purdue University), Kayleigh McGovern (Syracuse University), Molly Vergerame (University of Rose Island), Clorissa Washington (University of South Carolina) and Lizzie White (Duke University). Their research focused on biochemistry, biotechnology, inorganic, and medicinal chemistry. The poster session was well attended with ACS governance members, Eli Lilly representatives, and other conference attendees. Following the hour long poster session, the WCC/Eli Lilly Travel Award winners were honored at the WCC luncheon.