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From Turbulence to Transformation

Presented by the National Council for Research on Women

Wednesday, March 3, 2010
3 to 5 PM


Edith Cooper, Managing Director, Global Head of Human Capital Management, Goldman Sachs

Melanne Verveer, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues

Letty Chiwara, Manager, UNIFEM Cross Regional Programmes (invited)

Moderated by Jacki Zehner, Founding Partner, Circle Financial Group

At this critical yet promising moment in history, join our panel of visionary leaders for an in-depth exploration of the most pressing issues of our time.  What are the challenges and opportunities for advancing real and substantive social change that creates a better world for women and girls? Panelists will share their vision, strategies, and the action steps needed to promote more equitable and inclusive societies locally, nationally and globally.

Goldman Sachs Building
32 Old Slip
2nd Floor Auditorium
New York City

Reservation required: or call: (212) 785-7335 ext. 100

For security reasons, all attendees must RSVP by March 1st.

Sponsored by Deloitte.

Co-Sponsors: Americans for UNFPA; Center for Women in Government & Civil Society, SUNY Albany; Demos: a Network for Ideas & Action; Gender Studies Program, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY; Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Columbia University; New York Women’s Social Entrepreneurs; The White House Project; Women’s Forum, Inc.

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