The 2010 Stanton/Anthony Conversations and Luncheon
Outstanding women leaders will explore the subtle social hurdles women face as they seek to lead in business, academia, and government.
The Interfaith Chapel at the University of Rochester
October 15, 20010
Luncheon at 12 noon in the River Room, followed by a book signing
Conversations at 1:15 p.m in the Sanctuary
"How Women Use Power: Transforming Leadership"
River Room of the Interfaith Chapel at the University of Rochester
This event is open to the Public
$40 per person/$20 per student
Please call the Anthony Center at (585) 275-8799, or visit the Meliora Weekend page for Friday events and scroll down to The 2010 Stanton/Anthony Conversations: Keynote and Luncheon.
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Keynote Address by Gloria Feldt
The Conversations bring together the country’s foremost experts on women’s corporate and professional leadership.
Sanctuary Level of the Interfaith Chapel
This event is free and open to the Public
Reservation Required. Click Here and scroll down to the Stanton/Anthony Conversations (a few items below the keynote luncheon).
Moderated by: Nora Bredes, Director of the Susan B. Anthony Center for Women’s Leadership at the University of Rochester
|Jennifer L. Lawless:
is author of It Still Takes A Candidate: Why Women Don’t Run for Office
, the only systematic, nationwide empirical account of the manner in which gender affects political ambition. She is currently an Associate Professor Government and Director of the Women & Politics Institute at American University. In 2006, she sought the Democratic nomination for the U.S. House of Rep. in Rhode Island’s second congressional district. Although she lost the race, Lawless is active in politics and encourages women to get involved in the political process.
is Project Director and Editor of The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers
, a project designed to preserve, teach and apply Eleanor Roosevelt's writings and discussions of human rights and democratic politics, and Research Professor of History and International Affairs at The George Washington University. Outside the classroom, Professor Black has written teachers' guides for PBS documentaries and served as an advisor to other documentaries prepared for PBS, the History Channel, A&E, and the Discovery Channel.