The Policy Circle and Center for the Study of Liberty will be co-hosting “Women’s Influence & Liberty Conference”, a half-day conference for women on September 17, 2016, in Indianapolis at the Ivy Tech Community College Conference Center. Many Policy Circle members have already registered. This is an open event but space is limited to 200 participants!
The Women’s Influence & Liberty Conference will begin with lunch and a keynote speaker, Nina Easton, Chair of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women International and Senior Associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). The presentation will be followed by a series of roundtable discussions moderated by women experts and policy scholarson free enterprise, healthcare, foreign trade, education reform, anti-poverty efforts, regulation and entrepreneurship, government spending and taxation. A cocktail reception will conclude the event.
This conference is unique because you will get to speak! Don’t worry, you don’t need to be an expert or have deep knowledge or experience on a specific issue. As you complete your registration, you will select two roundtable discussions. Our moderators have chosen readings that will help you prepare for the discussion. At the conference, you will get to share your views.
Don’t wait: register now in order to choose your policy issue breakout sessions, and spread the word to women who are interested in deepening their understanding of the policy issues that impact the direction of our country, especially during this election year.
Space is limited and session selections will be first come, first serve – so be sure to register right now! Help us spread the word, and if you are interested in being a sponsor please visit our sponsorship information pageor contact Jennifer Thompson at email@example.com.
To register,and for more details on the agenda and sponsorship opportunities, please visit http://www.studyliberty.org/womens-influence-liberty .
We look forward to this first conference.
The Women’s Influence & Liberty Conference Chair Committee
Angela Braly, Kathy Hubbard, Sylvie Légère, Jennifer Thompson, Charlotte Lippert, Deborah Pickett