Join Davenport Institute 3/22 Virtual Conversation with Women Leaders in Local Government
The Davenport Institute is hosting their upcoming virtual event, "In Honor of Women's History Month: A Conversation with Women Leaders in Local Government", on Wednesday, March 22nd at 3pm Eastern, 12pm Pacific. Hear from women with extensive backgrounds in government at the federal and local levels share their career journeys, challenges, contributions, and wisdom. Learn more below and register for the event here!
In Honor of Women's History Month: A Conversation with Women Leaders in Local Government
The Davenport Institute is pleased to bring together women with extensive backgrounds and experiences in government at the federal and local levels to share their career journeys, challenges, contributions, and wisdom. This free, virtual event will take the form of an organic panel discussion, working through the following questions:
This event will be moderated by Maureen Tobin, Executive Director, Davenport Institute. Panelists include, Deborah Feng, Former City Manager, City of Cupertino, Former Associate Center Director, NASA; Caitlin Jachimowicz, Director of the Center for Social Justice and Public Service and the Public Interest JD program at Santa Clara Law; Lydia Romero, City Manager, City of Lemon Grove; and Megan Scheid, Deputy City Manager, City of Roseville. Register here!
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