More than 100 people came to the Governor Calvert House Feb. 24 in Annapolis for the first Women Who Lead networking series event of 2020.
The event featured the Women Who Lead Legislative Event: Economic Justice for Women including a panel discussion around topics of interest to women in the Maryland 2020 General Assembly session.
Caryn York, CEO Job Opportunities Task Force, moderated the panel discussion which featured Del. Kris Valderrama, D-Prince George’s; Del. Vanessa E. Atterbeary, D-Howard; Del. Trent Kittleman, R-Carroll and Howard; Michelle Daugherty Siri, executive director of the Women’s Law Center of Maryland; and Nicole Hanson-Mundell, executive director of Out for Justice.
Many other legislative members were also in attendance.
The event also was the first for the 2020 Class of the Women Who Lead Initiative, a group of 12 past Leading Women winners who will enjoy small group meetings with past Top 100 Women Circle of Excellence winners. The Initiative is part of the 25th Anniversary celebration of Maryland’s Top 100 Women featuring the six Women Who Lead networking series events, Top 100 Women and Leading Women.
Keswick is the series sponsor of the Women Who Lead networking series. Towson University was the host sponsor of the event.
Bank of America and Keswick are Diamond Sponsors of the yearlong Top 100 Women 25th Anniversary.
The Top 100 Women 25th Anniversary Gala and Awards Celebration is scheduled for April 23 at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel. The next Women Who Lead Networking Series will be held May 12 at Rockfield Manor in Bel Air. Visit TheDailyRecord.com for a complete list of events.
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