Schedule

9:00am- 9:30am- Check In/ Arriving Time

9:30am- 10:30am- Opening Speeches and Welcome by Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowe, Sara Horowitz in Auditorium 

Building New Labor Strategies for a Fair Economy: A Girl Power Journey

10:30am-11:30am- Session 1 Presentations

Girls and Women Worldwide- their strengths and their needs and how we might respond
led by Ruth Messinger in the Great Room

Economic Power and Being Engaged- led by Angelina Darrisaw in C221

Women and Engineering- Challenges and Opportunities- led by Aphrodite Socrates in the Math  Center.

There is So Much Yet to be Done-Make a collage using vintage magazine advertisements that portray women as submissive and inferior to men and celebrate women’s’ strengths and differences. Using images of female portraits throughout art history, decorate, celebrate and transform these women led by Jenn Croson in B201.

11:30am-12:30pm- Session 2 Presentations

Take the LEAP: Empowering LGBTQ Homeless Youth- The struggles of LGBTQ youth, perhaps especially transgender young women, how they are becoming empowered, and what girls can do to move this work forward led by Stacy Lewis in C201.

Women, Girls and Leadership- led by Christine Quinn in the Great Room

Perspectives in Leadership: Navigating Change- led by Ritu Banga and Carol Rattray in C221

Amanda Giglio in the Math Center

Women in Medicine- A panel consisting of two doctors, who will cover various topics including how and why it was they came into the medical profession and various challenges, obstacles, and observations they have made within their field led by Dr. Annamarie Greco & Dr. Erin Nance in the Auditorium.

12:30pm-1:15pm- Lunch and Student Workshops

Women in STEM- The underrepresentation of women in STEM fields led by the Student Technology Leadership Team in B202.

Identity, Gender, and Intersectional: Shifting Perspectives– Shifting to see the world through the eyes of people from all different backgrounds, recognizing the ways in which we stereotype different peoples, and talking about ways we can end discrimination and stereotypes led by CAMBIAS in the Great Room.

G.O.W. (Genders in Our World)- led by PRISM in the Math Center.

1:15pm-2:00pm- Session 3 Presentations

Nasty (smart) Woman-Discussing the various challenges faced in the research field as well as in acquiring her position led by Ellen De Obaldia in the Math Center.

Reclaiming Women of our World: Women Who Write and Make History- A presentation of her doctoral research on important women writers of the Americas and an overview of overarching feminist themes in writing and literature led by Dr. Sabina Lenae in C221. This will be accompanied by a neighboring room in which students can work with Brigitte Harbers on further analyzing feminist themes literature and write what they feel regarding the topic.

 Designing for Future Women Leaders- led by Pam Campbell in the Great Room.

Corporate Responsibility and Inclusion Strategies-  led by Patsy Doerr  in C201

Women, Broadway and the Arts- The types of jobs women get in the industry and how women are portrayed led by Barbara Whitman, Jenn Bender, and Julia Murray; additionally the Marymount Chamber Choir will be performing a song called Warrior about female empowerment led by Drama Club and The Marymount Chamber Choir in the Auditorium

There is So Much Yet to be Done-Make a collage using vintage magazine advertisements that portray women as submissive and inferior to men and celebrate women’s’ strengths and differences. Using images of female portraits throughout art history, decorate, celebrate and transform these women led by Jenn Croson in B201.

2:00pm-3:00pm- Closing Speech; Call to Action in Auditorium

Changing the Narrative to Change the World- How she came to understand feminism and how she realized that her life’s work would be in making sure that women were valued, recongized and seen, in the hope that it ending the long standing habit of cultural erasure, women’s work and words would bring our civilization to a better way of functioning for all led by Abigail Disney 

Call to Action- Charlotte Albunio, Loukia Aydag, Open Mic

Send Off- Kara Kutner and Dr. Marie O’Brien

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