Celebrating Women As Community Builders Panel-Lansing 2013

Niagara Foundation, Michigan organizes a panel discussion “Celebrating Women as

Community Builders; Perspectives from Three Women Leaders” in commemoration of Women’s History Month.

In this panel, our panelists will share their opinions with us on the role of the women as community

builders, discuss the contributions of the women to the society in different fields and talk about the

challenges that they encounter. They will also share their views on how to make women realize their full

potential and encourage them to fulfill this potential.

Please see below for the details and kindly RSVP at online registration page. (RSVPing is not mandatory but will be appreciated)

PANELISTS:

Linda Forward, Director of Office of Education Improvements and Innovations, Michigan Department of Education

Colonel Kriste Kibbey Etue, Director, Michigan State Police Department

Mayor Diane Goddeeris, Mayor of East Lansing

MODERATOR:

Ann Emmerich, News Anchor at WLNS

DATE: Thursday, March 14, 2013

TIME: 6pm-8pm

VENUE: East Lansing Hannah Community Center, Executive Conference Room

ADDRESS: 819 Abbot Road, East Lansing, MI 48823

FEE: Free of charge

Co-SPONSORS: MSU Women’s Resource Center

PS: There will be a reception between 6pm and 6:30 pm. We will serve refreshments from Turkish

cuisine.

[nggallery id=73]

The views and opinions expressed on The Falls are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of Niagara Foundation, its staff, other authors, members, partners, or sponsors.