Mason First Gen Leadership Summit
Save the date for the first ever First Gen Leadership Summit at George Mason University. The First Gen Leadership Summit will be hosted by the Leadership Education and Development Office and Diversity, Inclusion, and Multicultural Education + LGBTQ Resources. More information will be available in early January!
To register for the 2019 Mason First Gen Leadership Summit visit: https://goo.gl/forms/4yVglOE77bFhqfRj1. For more information, contact Lisa Snyder (Associate Director for Leadership Education and Development) at email@example.com. The deadline to register is February 22, 2019.
Each year at Mason, Women and Gender Studies and African and African American Studies takes the lead in co-sponsoring the Sojourner Truth Lecture Series during the spring in honor of Black History and Women’s History months. In the past, our speakers have included Ntosake Shange, Donna Brazile, bell hooks, Anita Hill, Patricia Hill Collins, Dorothy Roberts, Nekima Levy-Pounds, Janet Mock and other notable women. It is one of our signature events during the spring semester. We design the Sojourner Truth lecture to be a rich and varied experience and thus we construct the speaker's visit around the lecture but also include a smaller event, such as a seminar with students or a conversation among women across racial/ethnic backgrounds.
This year we will be featuring two speakers: Dr. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor and Dr. Robin M. Boylorn who are scholars, activists, and award-winning authors.
Co-sponsors: Women and Gender Studies, African and African American Studies, Diversity, Invlusion and Multicultural Education and LGBTQ Resources, American Revolution, University Life, Higher Education, and Interdisciplinary Curriculum Collaborative
International Women’s Day at Lake Anne Plaza
By Women for All: Kick-Off Reception Highlights Stories of Reston and Advice for Business and Life
February 19, 2019 - (Reston, VA) – Join us on Friday, March 8th for International Women’s Day as we raise awareness and celebrate the achievement of the women who have made the iconic Lake Anne Plaza what it is today. An appropriate location for such a day given 75% of all businesses on the plaza are owned and operated by women. Friday evening, come to learn and share at the kick-off reception at the Jo Ann Rose Gallery (1609 Washington Plaza). Hear first-hand from past and present female leaders in the community about personal experiences as business owners, stories of Lake Anne and visions for years ahead. Panelist include: Susan Gerstein (owner of Small Change Consignment), Susan Burwell (owner of Reston Used Book Store), Linda Fuller (owner of Lake Anne Florist which operated for 40 years), and Ann Potts (taught and later directed Lake Anne Nursery Kindergarten).
Complimentary to the conversation, enjoy the photography exhibit by local photographer, Charlotte Geary along with vintage photos from the Reston Historic Trust & Museum. Light fare and refreshments provided. Donations from the sale of limited edition Commemorate Posters will benefit Shelter House, a community based non-profit organization that provides crisis intervention, safe housing, and supportive services to homeless families and victims of domestic violence.
Continue the celebration through Sunday with shop and eatery special promotions and a variety of music performances, art exhibitions, book signings and more. The 1st Annual International Women’s Day Celebration at Lake Anne is provided by the Lake Anne Merchants and Professionals Committee.
Friday, March 8th (7:30pm-8:15pm; Gallery Reception and 8:15pm-9:00pm; Panel Disucssion and Q&A)
For more info, visit: www.lakeanneplaza.com
Grab your lunch and join us in the LEAD Office our Brown Bag Lunch Series is facilitated by our very own Student Leadership Consultants and is open to the entire campus community. As part of Women's History Month, our Leadership Consultants will be facilitating a Brown Bag Lunch discussion focusing on Women in Sports. For more information and to RSVP, visit: lead.gmu.edu/brownbag/
Benefit Show and Dinner
The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. at George Mason University would like to cordially invite you to our 12th annual Spark
Hope benefit show and dinner! The event is free and open to the public and we will be collecting donations and selling raffle tickets to raise money for our national philanthropy, CARE. CARE seeks to end poverty and promote social justice, centering around women and girls because they believe we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities.
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