Catherine Bailey, CWEALF's Legal & Public Policy Director and co-chair of the Campaign for Paid Family Leave was interviewed on Where We Live.
One Woman Makes a Difference
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
5:00 to 9:00 pm
Aqua Turf Club
556 Mullberry Street, Plantsville, CT
On October 4, 2016, CWEALF will hold its annual awards dinner “One Woman Makes a Difference” at the Aqua Turf in Plantsville, CT. The event celebrates the contributions of women to the personal and professional lives of women and girls in Connecticut. Make sure to follow CWEALF on Facebook and sign up for our e-news for the announcement of the 2016 honorees and event updates.
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There are many ways to support the event which raises resources for CWEALF’s direct services for women and girls. Companies and individuals are encouraged to sponsor the event, purchase advertisements in the program book, donate auction items, host a table or buy tickets.
One Woman Makes a Difference 2016 Honorees:
Dr. Elsa M. Núñez
In August 2016, Dr. Elsa M. Núñez will start her 11th year as the president of
Eastern Connecticut State University. Read Elsa's bio.
Patricia J. Wrice
Pat Wrice is the former Executive Director of Operation Fuel.
She was the Executive Director for 19 years. Read Pat's bio.
Attorney Rachel Goldberg
Rachel Goldberg presently serves as General Counsel of the Stamford, CT
Urban Redevelopment Commission. Read Rachel's bio.
Keri Hoehne is the Executive Assistant to the President, United Food & Commercial Workers Union Local 371. Read Keri's bio.
Marsha Anastasia is the Vice President, Deputy General Counsel - The Americas, Pitney Bowes and President, National Association of Women Lawyers. Read Marsha's bio.
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