Updated Sept. 7, 2021
Center for Growing Talent is looking forward to this in-person meeting in New Mexico, September 12-14, 2021. Creating a healthy and COVID-appropriate environment for all guests, staff, and vendors attending our event is of utmost importance to us. Even as we prepare for the long-awaited in-person women’s leadership event, we are monitoring the pandemic. We are working closely with health, government, facility, and other authorities to meet/exceed public health and safety protocols, revising requirements as needed.
Conditions are evolving, and we are monitoring local and federal resources on a daily basis to inform our onsite practices and procedures. The following information is based on current facility and local guidelines and may not reflect the requirements or recommendations that will be in place in September 2021.
The Hyatt Regency Tamaya has their own stringent cleaning/disinfection services, rules about guest conduct in public spaces (e.g. mask wearing and social distancing), and revised access to amenities and services. Visit them online at Hyatt Cares for the most up-to-date information.
The conference will look different from years past as we implement our own session and networking protocols to keep you safe. Before the conference, Center for Growing Talent will have information that details expectations and requirements for guests, staff, and vendors. We have waited a long time to get back together, and these protocols are essential to being able to do so.
As of August 26:
- The state of New Mexico requires face masks in all public indoor spaces regardless of vaccination status.
- Hyatt requires: At all Hyatt hotels in the U.S., guests who are unvaccinated are required to wear face masks or coverings in hotel indoor public areas, as well as outdoors where social distancing is not feasible. In light of the latest CDC guidance, Hyatt requests that fully vaccinated guests and colleagues wear face coverings in hotel indoor public areas at Hyatt hotels in the U.S. that are located in counties with substantial or high COVID-19 transmission rates, as designated by the CDC. Learn more about CDC transmission rate designations here.
- All unvaccinated persons who have arrived in New Mexico from another state or from outside the United States are recommended to self-isolate or self-quarantine for a period of at least 10 days from the date of their entry into the State of New Mexico or for the duration of their presence in the state, whichever is shorter.
- Vaccinated travelers who arrive in New Mexico from another state or from outside of the United States are not required to self-isolate or self-quarantine, and do not need to be tested after arrival unless symptoms develop. All travelers should continue to watch for symptoms for the full 14 days after arrival in New Mexico and follow COVID-19 safe practices. If symptoms develop, immediately self-isolate and get tested.
- The session rooms have been modified to control crowd density for safe, socially distant interactions.
- There will be reduced/monitored capacity in each room based on local and event industry guidelines.
Check back frequently for updates. Your safety is our top priority, followed closely by an amazing event full of information, insights and networking.