September 22, 2008
Women in Leadership Conference: Charmaine to Speak
Charmaine will be speaking this Saturday, September 27 at the University of Virginia.
General Sessions – Saturday, September 27 (Darden School of Business)
Charmaine speaking at Princeton University
Women in Politics (9:00 a.m.)
Karin Agness (College ’06, Law ’09) – Founder, Network of Enlightened Women
Jennifer McClellan (Law ’97) – Virginia House of Delegates, 71st District; Democratic National Committee
Ellen Qualls (College ’88) – Senior Advisor to Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
MODERATOR: Lynn Sanders – Associate Professor, College Department of Politics.
From the University of Virginia conference website,
University of Virginia’s Women in Leadership Conference
“Making a Difference”
Friday and Saturday, September 26 and 27, 2008
Women in Leadership and Philanthropy is excited to announce the inaugural Women in Leadership Conference scheduled for Friday and Saturday, September 26 and 27, 2008.
The Conference will offer an opportunity for interested alumnae and friends in diverse fields to gather at the University and to share how they are “Making a Difference” in their professional and personal lives.
The two-day event will feature panels of distinguished professors, alumnae and students discussing contemporary topics in the worlds of business, public life, science and the arts, as well as prominent keynote speakers.
We invite you to attend and enjoy rich discussions and networking opportunities.
This is proving to be a timely and relevant conference. With Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska now the conservative Vice Presidential nominee, voters are more interested in how a woman would lead a very large organization.
Charmaine will be speaking from her experience as senior advisor to Mike Huckabee during his presidential campaign. She will also review the challenges as president and CEO of a public interest law firm.
Like Sarah Palin, Alert Readers know that Charmaine has five, count ‘em, five children.
Feminists hate Sarah Palin. And don’t care much for Charmaine either…
Feminists are not happy with any successful woman who has made it to the top, without government intervention.
Charlie Rangel, Democrat from New York has even called Palin, “disabled.”
Charmaine will be on FOX today at 2:30pm est discussing Women’s Issues.