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Millennials in the Movement: Working for Choice

WIN.NYC

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)

New York, NY

Millennials in the Movement: Working for Choice

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WIN.NYC's Pro-Choice Network Presents:
Millennials in the Movement: Working for Choice
Panel and Networking Event
 
Connect with movement leaders and experts in reproductive health, policy, and education as we learn more about what it means to work for choice as a millennial.
 
Panel discussion will cover pro-choice career paths and volunteer opportunities in direct service, activism, and issue advocacy. After the panel, network with our speakers and other attendees. Light refreshments will be served.
 
Have some burning questions for our panelists? Drop us a line via the "Contact the Organizer" button!
 
Official event hashtag: #Work4Choice

Moderators:
Jenny Dodson, Co-Chair, Pro-Choice Network, WIN.NYC
Angela Giacchetti, Co-Chair, Pro-Choice Network, WIN.NYC

Panelists:
Kelly Baden, Director of Policy and Strategic Partnerships, NIRH & NARAL Pro-Choice New York
Nicole Clark, Social Worker, Consultant, and Reproductive Justice Activist 
Nicole Grafilo, Doula, The Doula Project; Nursing Student
Kristen Shuken, Independent Consultant, Public Health Institute
Finn Schubert, Reproductive Health Education in Family Medicine, Montefiore; Board Member, Sadie Nash Leadership Project
Alison Turkos, Board Member, NYAAF; Organizer, Slutwalk; Development Assistant, NARAL Pro-Choice New York
 
ABOUT WIN.NYC (Women’s Information Network of NYC)
As the Women’s Information Network’s first official chapter outside of Washington, D.C., WIN.NYC provides progressive women with access to networking and professional development opportunities not available anywhere else in New York City. 
 
WIN.NYC brings together the fellowship of more than 550 women from a variety of professional backgrounds, including: government/politics, the arts, public health, media, finance, and more. The spirit of women helping women climb the ladder of success is the cornerstone of our chapter.
 
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Twitter: @WIN_NYC
 
ABOUT WOMEN'S ENEWS
Women's eNews
Women's eNews is an award-winning nonprofit news service covering issues of particular concern to women and providing women's perspectives on public policy.
 
With writers and readers around the globe Women's eNews' audience stretches from New York City to New Delhi and all points between, reaching an estimated 1.5million readers each year. Find them on Twitter @Womens_eNews.
 
 
 
 
Have questions about Millennials in the Movement: Working for Choice? Contact WIN.NYC

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Women's eNews
6 Barclay Street
6th Floor
New York, NY 10007

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)


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WIN.NYC

Focusing on the unique needs of the New York City community, WIN.NYC is dedicated to empowering young, pro-choice, Democratic women. The spirit of women helping women climb the ladder of success is the cornerstone of our chapter. WIN.NYC provides progressive women with access to networking and professional development opportunities not available anywhere else in New York City. 

WIN.NYC is an organization run on volunteer power and membership is crucial to our success.  Members are provided with various leadership opportunities, enabling them to work at the front lines of the WIN movement. Members are encouraged to commit to WIN.NYC in anyway that fits their schedule, from attending a few events to being involved in planning activities. We want you to be a part of our network!

WIN.NYC is the Women’s Information Network’s first official affiliate.  Founded in the fall of 2011, WIN.NYC brings the fellowship of Washington, DC’s premier professional, political, and social networking organization to the Big Apple.

 

 

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