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America's Future: Fast-Tracking Issues Affecting Women

The New School - Starr Foundation Hall
63 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10003
US

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Tue, Nov 15 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST

New York, New York Tue, Nov 15 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST

Join Sallie Krawcheck, Lauren Leader-Chivee, Jamia Wilson, & Mark Lipton to discuss how the new leadership will impact the future for women, gender equality, and how we can hold our new leader to it.

Regardless of your politics, there is no way to deny that this election has been one of the most polarizing and controversial ever. As America now has a new President elect it's time to turn our attention to moving forward and continuing the advancement of women and gender equality.

Women have cause to celebrate with Democrat Catherine Cortez MastoAmerica's first-ever Latina senator, Pramila Jayapal, a Washington state senator, the first Indian-American woman elected to the House of Representatives. And Kamala Harris, just the second black woman to serve in the Senate.

America is progressing and our panel will be feverently discussing how bright the future can be! How we can leverage the collective power of women and use this power to break down the barriers we face.

Our Panel includes:

  • Sallie Krawcheck, Chair, Ellevate Network + CEO & Co-Founder, Ellevest
  • Lauren Leader-Chivee, Founder & CEO, All In Together (AIT)
  • Jamia Wilson, Executive Director, Women, Action and the Media

Special remarks by:

  • Jordan Brooks, Deputy Executive Director, White House Council on Women and Girls

Moderated by:

  • Mark Lipton, Professor of Management at the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy

Photo credit: Karsun Designs Photography

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2 Comments

Supriya Desai
November 15, 2016

I won't be able to attend in person tonight - have registered for the live stream - so if you want to give my ticket to a lucky gal please feel free :). I wrote Sagarika to let her know she could try - don't know if Ellevate would allow this but figured it's worth it since I can't attend!

Sagarika Ramanan
November 15, 2016

Is it to late to register or attend the event this evening?

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The New School - Starr Foundation Hall
63 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10003
US

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Tue, Nov 15
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM EST

Speakers
Lauren Leader-Chivee
Lauren Leader-Chivee

Founder & CEO, All In Together (AIT)

An activist, writer, researcher and thought leader on diversity and women’s issues – in the workplace, in politics and in between, Lauren the Founder & CEO of the non-profit All In Together (AIT), a non-partisan organization dedicated to teaching women how to have voice and agency in politics.

Mark Lipton
Mark Lipton

Professor of Management at the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy

A division of The New School in New York City, where he served as Chair of the graduate management programs for over twenty-two years. He created and continues to direct The Tenenbaum Leadership Initiative, a highly-focused research and executive development program targeted specifically to founders of non-profit organizations and the CEOs who directly succeed them.

Jordan Brooks
Jordan Brooks

Deputy Executive Director, White House Council on Women and Girls

Jordan Brooks is the Deputy Executive Director of the White House Council on Women and Girls. The Council works every day to coordinate policy and outreach from the Federal government to advance the ‎lives of women and girls. Prior to her position with the Council, Jordan worked in both the Office of the First Lady and the Office of the Vice President, beginning in 2009.

Jamia Wilson
Jamia Wilson

Executive Director, Women, Action and the Media

Jamia Wilson is many things: An activist. A feminist. A storyteller. A mediamaker. But more than anything, she is a natural-born thought leader. As Executive Director of Women, Action, & the Media, Jamia has been a powerful force in the social justice movement for nearly a decade. As a leading voice on feminist and women’s rights issues, her work and words have appeared in and on several outlets.

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