Where Do We Go From Here? – An Event For LI Women

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The Board of Directors and the Leadership Council of the Long Island Women’s Agenda Present   THE STATE OF WOMEN 2013 – WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

Whether it be the ramifications of a natural disaster such as hurricane “Sandy” or the outcome of the recent elections; we are all asking ourselves “where do we go from here?” On Tuesday, November 27th, at Carlyle at the Palace, Plainview, NY, the Board of Directors and Leadership Council of the Long Island Women’s Agenda present the first annual “State of Women” forum. Join us as we come together with three of Long Islands most notable leaders in their field to discuss the issues that impact the women living and working on Long Island. Networking at 6:00pm followed by the panel presentation at 7:00pm, during which Stacey E. Rosen, MD, FACC, FACP, FASE – Vice President, Women’s Health Clinical Services, The Katz Institute for Women’s Health, North Shore – LIJ Health System, Patricia E. Salkin, Dean and Professor of Law, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center and Resi Cooper – Principal, CooperHill, LLC, will provide their insights in the areas of healthcare, law, politics and business. Moderated by Saundra Thomas, Vice President of Community Affairs, WABC-TV, this promises to be an informative and engaging evening.

Please join us for The State of Women 2013 – Where Do We Go From Here?

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

6:00 pm Networking

7:00 pm Panel Presentation

Carlyle at the Palace

1600 Round Swamp Road, Plainview


Event fees per person: $50.00 LIWA members, $65.00 Non – Members, $40.00 Students. Complimentary drink and hors d’oeuvres provided.   To purchase tickets on-line, visit- http://www.liwa.org/newsandevents/signup.phtml?ID=1064


The Long Island Women’s Agenda (LIWA), a not-for-profit, nonpartisan coalition of women’s organizations and individuals, is an advocacy organization that provides a voice for Long Island women on issues, policies and programs affecting the lives of those living and working on Long Island. www.liwa.org

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