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Women's Empowerment Summit

THE NEW YORK METROPOLITAN ASPA CHAPTER

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)

Women's Empowerment Summit

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NY METRO ASPA CHAPTER

CORDIALLY INVITES YOU

TO THE 

WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT SUMMIT


VENUE: John Jay College, New Building, Floor 9, Conference Room 9.64.00

This Summit will be a panel discussion featuring Phenomenal Women giving insight on how they faced off challenges and attained Success in their respective fields.


PANELISTS:  

  • Maria D'Agostino, PhD, John Jay College of Criminal Justice Professor and Author
  • Elizabeth DeLeon, JD, Deputy Commissioner, NYC Small Business Services - Neighborhood Development Division
  • Judy Keenan, JD, Deputy Director of the EEOC
  • Helisse Levine, PhD, Long Island University Professor and Author
  • Hillary Knepper, PhD, Pace University Professor and Author
  • Mary Ann Triest, Associate Director/MPA Career Advisor, John Jay College Career Services
CONFIRMED GUEST:  Gail A. Brewer, District 6 Council Member

** PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AT THE SUMMIT. **


We hope that you can make this outstanding event.  If you have any questions, please email us at nymetroaspa@gmail.com.

Thanks in advance.




Have questions about Women's Empowerment Summit? Contact THE NEW YORK METROPOLITAN ASPA CHAPTER

When & Where


John Jay College - New Building, Floor 9, Conference Room 9.64.00
860 11th Ave
New York, NY 10019

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)


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THE NEW YORK METROPOLITAN ASPA CHAPTER

The New York Metropolitan Chapter of ASPA (NY Metro ASPA), comprised of approximately 1800 members and supporters, offers a number of opportunities for professional development in the field of public administration.  NY Metro ASPA offers many Professional Development workshops to help its members learn, develop and network with other public service professionals at the city, federal and international level.  The Chapter recognizes the work of public servants and its community through its sponsorships, awards and fundraising opportunities. We endeavor to keep our members and public administration enthusiasts informed of public policies, community concerns, local and federal government news, community volunteer opportunities and issues of sustainable development.

 

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