The Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute will present a program entitled Why Women Matter: Influencing the Political Process as part of its 2012 Leadership Luncheon Series on Friday, June 8.
Held at The Chattanoogan from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Why Women Matter: Influencing the Political Process will feature guest panelists Pam Ladd, chair of Chattanooga City Council; Ellen Hays, chair of the Tennessee Arts Commission and the Ochs Center for Metropolitan Studies; Robin Derryberry, owner of Derryberry Public Relations; and Dr. Jean Howard-Hill, UTC Department of Political Science.
All women are invited to learn more about the varied areas of politics in which women can and should become involved. Panelists will share with attendees their personal experiences, both good and bad, in working on campaigns, lobbying, serving in an appointed position and running for office.
The cost is $20 for CWLI members, and $25 for non-members, which includes lunch and parking at The Chattanoogan.
For more detailed information on this leadership luncheon, and to register, please visit www.cwli.org. Registration and pre-payment are required by Tuesday.
The Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute is a local non-profit, non-partisan organization that works to increase the leadership capabilities of and influence of women in all sectors of public life and private enterprise by offering educational, networking, and information gathering programs throughout the year. For more information on all of CWLI’s programs, as well as information on how to become a member, please visit www.cwli.org, or call 394-8173.