Using Our Voice: Women as Leaders, Change Makers and Politicians
Garden City, NY • June 29, 2017
Join us for a dynamic, bi-partisan discussion about civic engagement and why we need to fit it into our busy lives. How to influence an issue, organize community and make a difference.
Thursday, June 29, 2017 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDTThe Mercer School
65 Fourth Street
(Enter to park at 71 Fourth Street and follow to the left)
Garden City, NY 11530
The amendment giving women the right to vote is almost 100 years old yet only 19.4 % of Congress members are women and 12% are governors. Let's talk about why! Is law making a man's job or can we find our voice?
Patricia Russo of The Yale Women's Campaign School joins us along with local Legislators Laura Schaefer from Nassau and Monica Martinez of Suffolk , from both sides of the aisle, to talk about women as political leaders in today's environment and going forward.
You can have a say in how your city, state, or country is run. Come and discuss our common needs and experiences as women with an ability to make a difference as leaders, volunteers, citizens, activists, operatives, candidates and so much more...
Interested in sponsoring this event or future events? Contact Us.
Get Introduced to the Women You Should Know
We help our members connect with specific attendees who share their industry and life experiences.