Intergenerational Tea: Women at the Top? Why Not?
In the third edition of Pacific Women's Resource Center's annual Intergenerational Tea, we highlight the question, "Women at the Top? Why Not?" and feature a panel of women leaders in business, policy, politics, education and more.
Among the speakers is Provost Maria Pallavicini who, as Pacific's chief academic officer, oversees the College and Schools on three campuses, 120 academic programs, 783 faculty, 6,700 students and a $115 million budget.
Other speakers include Dr. Kathy Hart, President of San Joaquin Delta College, Anne Moses, founder of IGNITE, an organization that trains women of color to run for public office, Rhodesia Ransom, executive director of the Sow a Seed Foundation, Alicia Hetman, statewide president of AAUW-California, and more!
This annual event brings generations of women and girls together to celebrate and ignite women's leadership and achievement in every sector of society.
The Intergenerational Tea is a collaboration with Pacific Feminists student organization, Pacific Alumni Association, National Council of Negro Women - Sacramento Section, Advancing Women's Leadership 2.0 and the American Association of University Women - Stockton Branch.
Reservations required. Please contact Corrie Martin at email@example.com or 209.932.2815
Sunday, October 6, 2013 at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Don & Karen DeRosa University Center, Ballroom
901 Presidents Dr, Stockton, CA 95211