Courageous Conversations: NYC Hero and Champion of Women's Rights
New York, NY • January 23, 2019
Join us in conversation with Brenda Berkman: a pioneering firefighter, a 9/11 First Responder, a White House Fellow, Artist, the Founder of United Women Firefighters & a Champion of Women's Rights.
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM ESTSara Kay Gallery
4 East 2nd Street
New York, NY 10003
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Join us and the incredible pioneer, Captain Brenda Berkman, at this very special Courageous Conversations event.
Captain Berkman began her career in the fire service after initiating and winning the federal sex discrimination lawsuit against the City of New York that paved the way for women to serve in FDNY. She then served as a firefighter for 25 years stationed in Manhattan and Brooklyn and was a first responder on 9/11. She retired as a Captain.
In 1996-97, Capt. Berkman served as a White House Fellow, the first professional firefighter to be awarded this prestigious leadership development fellowship in the history of the program. She has led both local and national women firefighters’ organizations.
Since retirement, she has pursued her passion for art through printmaking, and volunteers as a walking tour guide at the 9-11 Memorial in New York City to honor her friends and colleagues who were lost on 9-11, and to help educate visitors.
Join us to hear her talk about her inspirational and moving life story.
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