Join California Women Lead and Board of Equalization member Betty T. Yee in a discussion on lessons for women leaders in the private and public sectors on how to be effective community advocates and how to be effective leaders that the community advocates to. Click here for more information»
CALL TO ACTION: WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO ELECT MORE WOMEN IN LOS ANGELES?
Of the ten largest cities nationwide, Los Angeles has the lowest percentage of women seated on the city council or holding citywide elected office. How did the second largest city in the nation and the largest city in California get to this point? More importantly, how can we reverse this decline?Click here for more information»
Assemblywoman Diane Harkey will join us to inspire women on why they should consider applying. With the number of women in local government decreasing, we want to empower the new Mayor and their administration with a list of names of qualified women willing to serve. Join us and be part of the movement.Click here for more information»
16TH ANNUAL SAN DIEGO
On May 10th, California Women Lead held its 16th Annual San Diego Networking Luncheon at The Prado at Balboa Park. Community leaders were joined by our panelists Assemblymember Diane Harkey, Assemblymember Shirley Weber, Trustee Cindy Marks, and