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Developing and Sustaining Leadership: Women of Color in Public Policy

Developing and Sustaining Leadership: Women of Color in Public Policy
Community Voices Heard Invites you to a Roundtable Discussion

Tuesday, November 1
6 to 8:30 pm
CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue, Rm C202

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Join us for a dynamic conversation about the necessity, strategies and impact of women of color’s leadership in public policy.

A networking reception will follow the discussion.

Opening Remarks & Moderated by
Rinku Sen
Director, Applied Research Center


Monica Barrera
Policy Analyst, Women of Color Policy Network

Pamela Brown
Gail Aska Policy and Research Fellow, Community Voices Heard

Ede Fox
Chief of Staff, NYC Councilman Jumaane Williams

Reshma Saujani
Executive Director, Fund for Public Advocacy
Deputy Advocate for Special Initiatives, NYC Public Advocate’s Office

Haeyoung Yoon
Senior Attorney, National Employment Law Project

Event Co-Sponsors:

  • Applied Research Center
  • Barnard Center for Research on Women
  • The Center for Place, Culture, and Politics at CUNY
  • The Charles B. Rangel Center for Public Service, CUNY
  • Community Voices Heard
  • National Employment Law Project
  • Research Center for Leadership in Action
  • The Women of Color Policy Network
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