We are hosting our 3rd annual International Women's Day Celebration
March 7th, 2020 at CIA Copia
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The theme for the 2020 International Women's Day is #EachforEqual.
A celebration of community empowerment and local leadership featuring powerful speakers, and lessons about taking action.
Award-winning journalist and author of How to Start a Revolution Lauren Duca is joining us as a keynote speaker. Duca is best known for her massively viral piece “Donald Trump is Gaslighting America” in Teen Vogue and an interview with Tucker Carlson that launched her efforts fighting for young people to insist on their right to the political conversation.
Don't miss a special book signing opportunity with Lauren hosted by Napa Bookmine during our Marketplace and Networking Hour.
We are also proud to welcome Everytown Survivor Fellow Liz Russell, Napa City Council Member Mary Luros, Gilda Gonzales - CEO of Planned Parenthood Northern California, teen activist Carla Magaña, Beverly Daniels-Greenberg - retired judge of the Alameda Superior Court, Stephanie Odalise Ramirez, Program Coordinator, LGBTQ Connection, Laura Lopez Ledesma, Associate Director at VIDAS, Christine Henneberg MD MS
Powerful keynote speakers and thought provoking panel discussions about women's access to health care and activism
Networking hour featuring local wine and passed bites
Engage with local women leaders from wineries, businesses, and non-profits at our second floor Marketplace sponsored by Jenny Gass - Coldwell Banker
Our Hotel Sponsor The Westin Verasa Napa is offering discounted rooms during the weekend of this event, click link to book!
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Thank you to our Wine, Business, and Non-Profit Partners!
Past Event Details
A special screening of Jennifer Siebel Newsom's film Miss Representation followed by a panel discussion with actress Tara Buck, Dr. Caroline Heldman, NVUSD Superintendent Rosanna Mucetti, and local teen activist Larkin Dewyer.
Keynote Speakers included:
Dr. Caroline Heldman Executive Director at The Representation Project and professor of Gender Studies at Occidental College, she is a frequent commentator on Fox and CNN to discuss women and media.
Julie Castro Abrams CEO of How Women Lead, a network of 8000 women leaders and for 11 years she was the visionary and inspiring leader of Women’s Initiative for Self Employment.
Thought Provoking Panel Discussions including panelists Amy Perkins of Keys to Courage, Joelle Speed DDS, Maryam Ahmed of Women for WineSense, Sue Mazzetti, and Pina Cari
Specialty Non-Alcoholic Beverages and Curated Bites by Cindy Pawclyn.