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Norman Women Lead Network Event - Civics 101

Norman Women Lead Network Event - Civics 101

Jan 24, 11:45am - Jan 24, 1:00pm

Interurban Restaurants
1150 Ed Noble Parkway
Norman, OK  73072 Map

January kicks off our #7MonthsOfCivics Network Events!
These Network Events place the individual - YOU - at the center of government structures, and provides you with the tools you need to navigate them.

Join us as we breakdown government structures and answer the question, WHY SHOULD I CARE?

This month, we are tackling Civics 101.
We'll look at the big picture of government, why you should care, and how you can make a difference. Sound exciting?? It is!

These 2018 WLN Events are a condensed preview of the Women Lead Academy Curriculum. Each month will focus on a different topic.

***We are asking several members to commit to attending one event every month in order to gain their feedback on the program as a whole. If you are interested in committing to all 7 months of programs in your area, please email elizabeth@womenleadok.org.***

Women Lead Network events are free and open to all! Space is limited, so please RSVP.

154 interested  ·  23 going
Women & Children 1st Advocacy Trng/State of the State Watch Prty

Women & Children 1st Advocacy Trng/State of the State Watch Prty

Feb 5, 8:30am - Feb 5, 2:00pm

Girl Scouts West 6100 N Robinson Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73118 Map

An Advocacy Training to Better Prepare You for the 2018 Legislative Session. With the need for greater citizen engagement, there is no time more important than now to learn how to help influence policymakers to make the right decisions when it comes to our state. We invite you to join us for this day of learning the process to better craft your message to lawmakers to help inform them on what is needed to move our state forward!

Join OICA, Women Lead, and the Oklahoma Women's Coalition for advocacy training, lunch, a State of the State viewing party, and post address panel discussion.

115 interested  ·  20 going
OKC Women Lead Network Event - Federal Government 101

OKC Women Lead Network Event - Federal Government 101

Feb 7, 11:45am - Feb 7, 1:00pm

McNellie's OKC
1100 Classen Dr
Oklahoma City, OK  73103 Map

The #7MonthsOfCivics Network Events place the individual - YOU - at the center of government structures, and provides you with the tools you need to navigate them.

For the month of February, we are tackling *Federal Government 101* and answering the question, WHO’S RESPONSIBLE? We will be discussing who does what, how they got their job, and what it means for you.

Women Lead Network events are free and open to all! Space is limited, so please RSVP.

223 interested  ·  29 going
Tulsa Women Lead Network Event - Federal Government 101

Tulsa Women Lead Network Event - Federal Government 101

Feb 14, 11:45am - Feb 14, 1:00pm

Tulsa

The #7MonthsOfCivics Network Events place the individual - YOU - at the center of government structures, and provides you with the tools you need to navigate them.

For the month of February, we are tackling *Federal Government 101* and answering the question, WHO’S RESPONSIBLE? We will be discussing who does what, how they got their job, and what it means for you.

Women Lead Network events are free and open to all! Space is limited, so please RSVP.

50 interested  ·  4 going
Trailblazer Luncheon with Elaine Dodd

Trailblazer Luncheon with Elaine Dodd

Feb 16, 11:45am - Feb 16, 1:00pm

State Chamber of Oklahoma
330 NE 10th St
Oklahoma City, OK  73104 Map

The Women Lead Oklahoma Trailblazer Series features women who have led the way in their fields. Our speakers share their journeys and answer your questions about navigating the professional world.

Join Women Lead Oklahoma for a conversation with Elaine Dodd.

Lunch will begin at 11:45, the program will begin at 12:15.

Elaine Dodd spent 22 years in law enforcement doing investigative work for the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, retiring in 1995 as the director. Her tenure there allowed opportunities for investigating white-collar crimes as a diversion investigator, as well as training for officers and medical professionals.

Dodd joined the OBA in October 2003 and since then has provided fraud training to thousands of bankers and customers across the state. In February 2013, she was awarded the Brad Edwards Consumer Champion Award by the Oklahoma Attorney General's Office. And, in April 2013, she was inducted into the Oklahoma Women's Hall of Fame.

For six years, she coordinated the community outreach effort for Leadership Oklahoma, helping to start local leadership groups, facilitating retreats and teaching and enhancing skills on a local level.

Dodd holds a bachelor’s degree in political science (criminal justice) from the University of Oklahoma.

51 interested  ·  7 going