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Saturday, December 10, 2016

Women Leaders, Community Servants and Commissioners,

The WE3 Women’s Empowerment Conference Committee has made a mission critical adjustment in our program this weekend in response to an overwhelming community call to action! Advocacy in Action: Education and Our Children is a resource and guidance forum providing dialogue and discussion about our schools! You are welcomed to share your experiences, views, concerns and solutions either by written testimony or signing up to speak. This forum is opened to the public and all testimony will be reported out to County Executive Baker and Prince George’s County Leadership! The 5th Anniversary WE3 Conference series is as follows and below:

Friday, September 23, 2016 3:00 – 9:00 PM (Awards)

College Park Marriott Conference Center

Saturday, September 24, 2016, 9:00 AM (Advocacy)

Prince George’s County Facility

Saturday, December 10, 2019, 9:00 AM (Education)

College Park Marriott Conference Center

 

The Prince George’s County Commission for Women in partnership with the Office of the County Executive, Prince George’s County Council, Prince George’s Community College, The Community Foundation for Prince George’s County and the Department of Family Services hosts an annual fall conference to educate and empower women. This annual conference aims to inspire action and encourage collaboration, partnership and support among women and women’s organizations as participants discuss the concerns of women, girls and their families throughout our region. The anticipated outcomes of the conference are to teach women how to become strategically focused advocates for themselves, their families, their organizations and the community through political and legislative engagement. The Prince George’s County Women’s Empowerment Conference gathers hundreds of women, college and high school student attendees including women’s and non-profit, organizations, women in leadership, Commissions from throughout the State of Maryland, women in business and a host of elected and appointed officials. This WE3 movement hopes to encourage women to become more energized in public service at all levels “from their house to the White House.”