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Events for October 4, 2019
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CWE's annual Women Business Leaders Conference is the premier event for women in business. Each year this event brings together women business leaders and owners, entrepreneurs, community leaders, supplier diversity teams and purchasing professionals. This Conference will feature: Workshops, roundtable and panel discussions led by knowledgeable experts; topics will revolve around building and scaling your business, personal journey, and best... Read more »Find out more »
Welcome to the University of Vermont (UVM) Cancer Center’s Women’s Health and Cancer Conference, now in its 22nd year! As providers who care for cancer patients every day, we are proud to lead this year’s event, which aims to improve the lives of those touched by cancer through education and community. Navigating the cancer journey and empowering ourselves with knowledge... Read more »Find out more »
OCTOBER 4, 2019. THE WOMAN’S HOUR: SEX, RACE, AND MONEY IN THE FIGHT FOR THE VOTE. MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE. 12:30-1:30 P.M. Elaine Weiss, award-winning journalist and author of The Woman’s Hour, shares her research on the last step in the battle for granting the vote to women and touches on the concurrent museum exhibit exploring the controversy over women’s role in... Read more »Find out more »
2019 Legislative Wrap-Ups Building Bright Futures, Vermont Early Childhood Advocacy Alliance This fall, Alliance Executive Director Matt Levin and Public Engagement Director Charlie Gliserman will continue to offer legislative wrap-up presentations at Building Bright Futures Regional Council meetings. Join us for a productive discussion about the Alliance’s 2019 Legislative Agenda and results. Tuesday, September 10, 3:30 pm-5:30 pm, Lamoille Family... Read more »Find out more »
“All my life I have disagreed with David Henry Thoreau: Unlike him, I definitely think it is “worthwhile to go around the world to count the cats in Zanzibar.” Clift has visited almost 100 countries on every continent for work and pleasure. Her travel memoir shares personal stories, vignettes, photographs, and postscripts that range from poignant to hilarious. One reviewer... Read more »Find out more »