If you haven’t signed up for the Network of Enlightened Women’s Sixth Annual National Conference yet – you should!
The National Conference kicks off this Thursday night (June 23) with a “Night to Network” at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. This is an exclusive opportunity to meet and mingle with the conservative and liberty movement’s top leaders, other professional women and the leaders of NeW.
The National Conference itself will be held on Friday, June 24 at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. Kate O’Beirne, author of Women Who Make the World Worse and former Washington editor of National Review, is the keynote speaker. Registration is free and open to NeW chapter leaders, supporters of NeW, and those interested in learning more. Lunch will be provided.
Participants at the conference will hear from NeW’s top leaders as they discuss starting NeW chapters, increasing membership, fostering intellectual group discussions, organizing campus events, and promoting conservative principles on campus and beyond. NeW will also honor one woman as the “NeW Leader of the Year” for her campus leadership and activism. Space is limited, so be sure to sign up today.