IBWPPI’s Virtual Policy Forum to be Held on September 10th

Join Us for a Powerful Convening of Global Black Women Leaders

September 10, 2020, 10:30 am – 4 pm ET |
12th Annual IBWPPI Policy Forum

 

Theme: Black Women Leading With Authority: A Convening of Experts, Masterminds and Key Influencers

 

The International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute (IBWPPI) is excited to share the invitation to join us at our 12th annual Policy Forum. There are over 30 program participants from across the US, Africa and the Caribbean ready to share knowledge, inspire and motivate! There will be gift giveaways given to attendees, courtesy of our title sponsor-Toyota. Register today! It’s free and space is limited.

 

SPECIAL VIDEO
View our video recap from IBWPPI’s policy forum last year. It was a powerful convening where women shared key insights on how to move our communities forward. Please share the video it with your friends and colleagues.

 

WORKSHOP SPOTLIGHT: Policies & Advocacy to Advance Economic Security for Black Women

Speakers:

  • Hon. Paula Cox – Former Premier & Finance Minister to Bermuda
  • Gloria Gray – Chairwoman, Metropolitan Water District
  • Crystal D. Crawford Esq – Executive Director, Western Center on Law & Poverty
  • Dr. Judy Dlamini – South Africa Business Leader and Philanthropist

Moderator: McGhee William Osse – Co-CEO, Burrell Communications, 2nd VP IBWPPI

Complimentary IBWPPI Membership During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Group of women in white holding hands | Image for Membership | IBWPPI
Group of women in white holding hands | Image for Membership | IBWPPI

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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