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THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED THIS FABULOUS EVENT! VISIT WWW.FUNDFORWOMENANDGIRLS.ORG TO SEE THE 3 THINGS YOU CAN DO RIGHT NOW TO ADVANCE WOMEN IN OUR COMMUNITY

June 19, 2012
4:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Omni New Haven Hotel | 155 Temple Street, New Haven, CT
Free and open to all

Get Informed

  • Learn what's in the Status of Women & Girls in New Haven Report

Be Inspired

  • Witness a dynamic performance. Hear from expert activists.

Stay Connected

  • Express your opinions, share your ideas.

...Then, Create Your Personal Pledge to Take Action!


Learn about the issues and opportunities for women and girls in the region by reading the Report of the Status of Women & Girls in New Haven that was highlighted at the Convening.


The Community Foundation is organizing a series of Convenings to inspire learning and sharing about the many areas of interest in the Greater New Haven region.


in partnership with

 

 

The United Illuminating Company

 

 

Griswold Home Care

 

 

START Community Bank

 

This second Convening will focus on the work being done to advance women and girls in Greater New Haven under the leadership of the Community Fund for Women & Girls.

 


Moderator

Michelle Turner, WSHU/WYBC

 


Presenters

Dr. Chisara N. Asomugha, Community Services Administrator, City of New Haven

Carolyn Mazure, Ph.D, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at Yale School of Medicine and founder and Director of Women's Health Research at Yale

Claire Criscuolo, Owner and Chef at Claire's Corner Copia

Nilda Aponte, All Our Kin Network Director, Fairfield County


Other

Live poetry performance by Lytasha Blackwell

 


Live blog panel: Paul Bass, the New Haven Independent; Angela Carter, New Haven Register; Norma Rodriguez-Reyes, La Voz Hispana; Babz Rawls-Ivy, Inner City News; Ariella Martin, Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School