Tuesday, September 1st, 2020
Exclusively for Elected Women!
Connection is even more important during these times and engaging in meaningful conversation with other elected women can help you lead your state with greatness. This is your chance to connect with elected women from all across the country in an informal way and share policy projects and legislation you may be working on. Bring a friend, your thoughts, kids, a drink, your pets… just bring yourself! Join us on Thursdays for a wind down zoom session.
|If so, nominate her to receive NFWL’s Women of Excellence Award on November 12, 2020. Each winner will receive formal recognition on a zoom session, and the best part is… they will be able to invite their friends and family to watch them receive the award!|
The Elected Women of Excellence Award was created to identify and honor women who have worked tirelessly, often breaking down barriers and overcoming obstacles that once seemed insurmountable, to serve their communities. Nominate any elected woman serving on the county, city, or state level who is currently serving in office.
The deadline to nominate an elected woman is September 30th.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and women’s constitutional right to vote, NFWL Partnered with the Society of Human Resource Management to share the power and importance of the 19th Amendment. Elected women from all across the country have let us know how to continue the 19th Amendment’s legacy in the workplace.
How did you celebrate?
Did you wear the honorable colors of purple and gold? Did you ring a bell in Wisconsin, sign a proclamation in Hawaii, or joined us and took a picture with your #FlatSusan in Nebraska?
Let us know how you celebrated Women’s Equality Day and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment so we can feature you on social media!
Verizon announces new responsible business plan: Citizen Verizon
“With Citizen Verizon, our team is making a significant commitment to move the world forward through the power of action and technology,” said Hans Vestberg, Chairman and CEO of Verizon. “There has never been a more critical moment to demonstrate the power of purpose. To continue being one of the world’s technology leaders, we must address the economic, environmental and societal issues that are most pressing.”
Let us know your feedback!
We want to know what you are working on during COVID-19 and how we can better help you. Would you join us for a lunch zoom? What topics would you like to hear? Fill out this survey in just a few short minutes, and have your voice heard.
Rep. Tarah Toohil has been named the 34th winner of the ATHENA Businesswoman of the Year Award. Representative Toohil is dedicated to the youth of the community, and mentors girls on how to achieve their goals. Congratulations Representative Toohil on a well-deserved honor!
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