Women’s issues are in the limelight right now, from the Women’s March to the #MeToo movement. Yet many women, particularly those who identify as independent, libertarian, or conservative, have been left out of many of these efforts. In reality, women are not a special interest group, only interested in a few areas. Women care about all issues affecting our community, state, and country. So how should women on the right get involved and get their message across?
Three independent women come together for a dynamic panel to discuss why all issues are women’s issues. Ingrid Jacques, columnist and deputy editorial page editor at The Detroit News, will lead the discussion. She will be joined by State Representative Lana Theis and Patrice Lee, Senior Policy Analyst at the Independent Women’s Forum, both who will give their unique insights and passion for why women of all backgrounds should engage in the policy process.
This event is your chance to discuss the real issues that are effecting millennial women in our state. Join us for this discussion and evening to meet and network with other young professionals from across Michigan. As always, we will have lots of food and your first drink is on us…And men are welcome too! RSVP and invite your friends and colleagues on Facebook to the event!
All Issues are Women's Issues
Keynote Speakers: Ingrid Jacques, Detroit News; Representative Lana Theis; Final Panelist To Be Announced
When: Wednesday, February 21st, Doors Open at 6pm, Panel at 6:30pm
Where: Detroit Beer Company, 1529 Broadway St, 3rd Floor