Sponsored Seminars

Women’s leadership and the economic crisis does gender matter?


New York, NY
Cornell Conference Center
16 East 34th St, 6th floor
New York City
(between 5th and Madison Aves.)

“Women’s leadership and the economic crisis does gender matter?”

Cornell University, Institute for Women & Work, ILR School and the President’s Council of Cornell Women invite you to join a policy debate on the New York economy Monday, October 20, 2008 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.

The current economic crisis will forever change the way in which New Yorkers and Americans view our economic security. How will this crisis impact New York’s working women and their families and what can women leaders do to make a difference? 

The keynote speaker for the forum is Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney.

Response Panelist include:
Laura Anglin, Director of the Budget, Office of the New York State Governor
Kate Waters, Citibank, Women’s Executive Circle of New York
Moira Dolan, Assistant Director for Research and Negotiations,AFSCME, DC 37
Barbara Bowen, President, Professional Staff Congress/CUNY 
Michael Zwieg, Professor, Stonybrook University, State University of New York

Please RSVP by October 17th to Francine Moccio, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Women and Work at 212.340.2836 or Fam5@cornell.edu.