Have you ever felt unsafe in SF? You're not alone.
Join us and our expert panel for our first SFWPC Policy Lab. We're kicking off the series by exploring implementable policies to prevent violence against women, both at home and on the street.
Suzy Loftus, SF Police Commissioner
Supervisor London Breed
Emily Murase, Commission on the Status of Women
Marshall Khine, Assistant District Attorney
Lt. Trenia Wearing, SFPD Special Victims Unit
Panel Discussion - 6:30pm
Reception & Light Refreshments - 8:00pm
Come with your questions. How can we make San Francisco safer for women and families? What policy options are out there, waiting to be tested and implemented? And how can we bring them to San Francisco?
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San Francisco Women's Political Committee
Established in 2002, the San Francisco Women’s Political Committee (SFWPC) is the largest women’s organization in San Francisco with hundreds of active members of all ages and political parties, both female and male.
SFWPC works to engage women in all dimensions of the political process. We are committed to elevating women into positions of leadership including elected office, boards, commissions and management positions. We are politically active and engaged through female and male candidate endorsements, initiative endorsements and presenting the only woman’s slate card in San Francisco. We actively advocate for policy improvements that support our bottomline issues – empowering women, girls and community. We are leading the sustainability of the women’s movement in San Francisco by convening the Annual San Francisco Women’s Policy Summit, hosting networking events and striving to cultivate partnerships with other women’s organizations. We also host some excellent parties throughout the year.