December 2019 Newsletter

  View this email in your browser Access the Materials   Policy Resources and Event Summaries  Each session is detailed with speaker information, presentation slides, and related resources.FULL Photo Gallery Our full gallery is now available. Log in as a guest and download any photo for your personal or professional use. Thank you so much […]

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January 2020 Newsletter

  View this email in your browser January 2020 Newsletter In this Issue:  NFWL: Welcomes the New Year Human Trafficking: Get Involved Grab n’ Go: Resources for you Partner Post: Pew Charitable Trusts on Student Loans Save the Date: 2020 Annual Conference We are thrilled to welcome Hawaii Senator Donna Mercado Kim as the Chair of our Board for 2020. […]

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October 2019 Newsletters

              In this Issue:  Register: 2019 Annual Conference Sneak Peek: Conference Activities Announcement: 22nd Annual Scholarship Winners Let Us Know Your Insight: Bylaws Changes  We Need Your Opinion: Policy Survey REGISTER TODAY Travel Scholarship Excited about the conference? Take a look at the agenda!  Agenda At A Glance It […]

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September 2019 Newsletter

  IN THIS ISSUE Women of Excellence  2019 Annual Conference Policy Survey Willingness to Serve Keeping up with NFWL Nominate a woman who inspires you to receive NFWL’s Women of Excellence Award. This 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 […]

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August 2019 Newsletter

In this Issue: Recap: Evolution of Marijuana Policy Summit Register: 2019 Annual Conference Now Open!: Nominate Women of Excellence Awards Calling All Leaders: Complete Your Willingness To Serve Keeping up with NFWL: Northeast Regional State Director Meet-Up & Podcast RECAP: Marijuana Policy Summit Recap Here REGISTER: 2019 Annual Conference REGISTER NOW NOW OPEN: Nominate Woman Of Excellence Nominate Here Calling All Leaders: Complete […]

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July 2019 Newsletter

  July 2019 Newsletter In this Issue: A Note From Our Chair: Let’s Talk About Childcare Join us In Denver: Evolution of Marijuana Policy Summit Register: 2019 Annual Conference Now Open!: Nominate Women of Excellence Awards Nominate: Annual Constitutional Essay Scholarship Contest Calling All Leaders: Complete Your Willingness To Serve A Note From Our Chair: Let’s Talk About Childcare Join us In Denver: […]

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June 2019 Newsletter

  IN THIS ISSUE A NOTE FROM OUR CHAIR JOIN US IN DENVER: MARIJUANA POLICY SUMMIT PARTNER POST: ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION ENGAGE IN CIVICS: CIVXNOW KEEPING UP WITH NFWL: DOME TOURS TAKE ACTION: REGISTER FOR ANNUAL CONFERENCE TODAY STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP: NOMINATE A YOUNG WOMAN Did you know that June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month? Share your […]

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May 2019 Newsletter

  In this issue 2019 Annual Conference: Registration Open NFWL Voices: Celebrating Mothers All Year Keeping up with NFWL: Wisconsin Symposium and more Announcement: Dome Tour in PA Sticking With NFWL: Share your Legislation REGISTER HERE We want to hear from you! Last month we asked how you support mothers everyday. Next month, we want to hear […]

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April 2019 Newsletter

In this issue:   Keeping up with NFWL: Elected Women Engaged Across the Country Partner Post: United Health Group PSA: Distracted Driving Awareness Month Announcement: Google’s Made With Code Contest Save the Date: November 18 – 21; Don’t forget! THE RED SAND INITIATIVE & ELECTED WOMEN NFWL Policy Committee Chair, MN Senator Carrie Ruud takes a moment to […]

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March 2019 Newsletter

  In this Issue A MESSAGE FROM OUR CHAIR: JOIN WOMEN IN THE MOVEMENT WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH: CELEBRATE EDCHOICE PARTNER POST: ABC’S OF SCHOOL CHOICE PARTNER NOTE FROM PEW: JUVENILE JUSTICE POLICY RESOURCE Since 1988 we have officially been celebrating March as Women’s History Month. Though in truth our unofficial celebrations trace back much further than […]

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