Join IBWPPI’s Virtual Policy Forum on September 10th

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Speaker Spotlight: IBWPPI Young Ambassador and Fellow, Chanelle Brown

We’re just one day away from the 12th annual Policy Forum happening on September 10, 2020, 10:30 am – 4 pm ET. The International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute (IBWPPI) is excited to have you for a full day convening with Black women thought leaders from across the globe. Register online today! It’s free and space is limited. New Video Spotlight:Tune into our new video spotlight featuring Young Ambassador and Research and Policy fellow Chanelle Brown who will be speaking on the “Human Trafficking & Violence Against Women” panel. Please watch the video and share it with your friends and colleagues.

WORKSHOP SPOTLIGHT: Black Women’s Health Disparities: Awareness & Solutions 

The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified the health inequities that harm Black women, their families and communities on a national scale. Investments in their health will have positive effects on the economy, decreased loss of life among mothers, infants and children and more healthy and vibrant communities. We’ll explore how Black women’s needs can be better prioritized in the healthcare industry and in policy initiatives.

Speakers:

  • Heather J. Hutt – State Director, Senator Kamala Harris  
  • Hon. Karen Bass – US Congressional Member
  • Kellie Todd Griffin – Sr. Director of Community Engagement, Blue Shield of California

Moderator: Michellene Davis – Executive VP and Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, RWJBarnabas

Complimentary IBWPPI Membership During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As we continue to adjust to the new normal, we want IBWPPI to be a home for Black women who want to connect, heal and support one another. Consider gifting yourself with a free membership and joining a network of global Black women. Become a member today by filling out the membership form here.

Why Join IBWPPI?
IBWPPI started 10 years ago in the spirit of global unity and sisterhood. Our mission is to connect and advocate for Black women globally through acts of kindness and public policy. We thank our members and ask that you continue your support of IBWPPI and ask others to join us.

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