Women's History Month


Women’s History Month: The Voice of Now

 

Join us during March for a series of virtual events celebrating women’s history and accomplishments, as well as the challenges that remain for women and possible solutions. Our theme this year is “The Voice of Now.”

Hear speakers discuss women’s role in diverse fields, such as politics, computer programming, and media and entertainment. Learn about the struggles and triumphs of immigrant, Black and Latina women. You’ll even have an opportunity to participate in stress-relieving stretching and mental health/self-care exercises.

 
 

Debra Lee

The former CEO of BET helped it become the largest global company dedicated to African American programming. Read her full bio.

"Women Chat Wednesday Speaker Series: Debra Lee"

Wednesday, March 31, 4 - 5:30 p.m.

 
 

Lydia Villa-Komaroff

Wednesday, March 10, 2 - 3 p.m.

Dr. Villa-Komaroff will speak on the importance of women in STEM fields and her experience as a woman doing blood cell medicine research. She will discuss the difference it makes to have women's voices heard in medical research.

 

Andrea Wise

Wednesday, March 24, Noon - 1:30 p.m.

Attend a self-care event with Andrea Wise Brown. Learn how to a manage a healthy mindset and get tips for a better mental health lifestyle.

 
 




Click on an event below to view the full event description, including a link to join.