Wonder Women: Networking & Panel Discussion

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Location: 

Berns Student Center

Contact: 

Dr. Antoinette Bellamy
(910) 630-7257
abellamy@methodist.edu

Description: 

District Court Judge Tiffany Whitfield and former N.C. Rep. Margaret Dickson will discuss their experiences as working women as part of a panel discussion.

The Wonder Women Panel & Networking Discussion also will include retired Army Command Sgt. Maj. Ruby Murray, who is the JROTC instructor at South View High School, and Dr. Iman Moore, chairwoman of Methodist University’s Department of Occupational and Environmental Management. The event is sponsored by the Methodist University chapter of the American Association of University Women and the Methodist University Office of Multicultural Affairs. The public is invited, and there is no admission charge. The schedule includes a networking reception at 6:30 p.m., followed by the panel discussion at 7 p.m.

Donations of feminine hygiene products are requested, but not required. The donations will go to women in need in the Fayetteville community.

Dr. Iman Moore, CSM Ruby Murray, Hon. Margaret Dickson, Hon. Tiffany Whitfield
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