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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

The Future of Women, Power, and Conservatism: 

Leaders Gather to Advance Innovative Ideas in Business and Politics

 

Washington, D.C. – February 25, 2014

The political and corporate influence of women is growing.  Women have risen to higher positions in increasing numbers, and the first female President is not far away.

Future 500 is exploring the increasing power women exert on the corporate and political spheres, beginning with an event this spring in Washington, DC drawing together women conservative leaders.

What:    The Future of Women, Power, and Conservatism

When:   March 26, 2014 from 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM (EDT)

Where: Americans for Tax Reform, 722 12th St NW Washington, DC 20005

Topics will include: the shifting dynamics of women in shaping conservative political discourse, female perspectives on the 2014 and 2016 elections, and the advancement of female political power.  RSVP here.

Panelists:

Lori Sanders (Moderator), Outreach Manager and Policy Analyst – R Street Institute

Brittany Morrett, Virginia Field Director – LIBRE Initiative

Natasha Srdoč, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO – Adriatic Institute for Public Policy

Julie Borowski, Policy Analyst – FreedomWorks

Nena Bartlett, Executive Director – Ladies of Liberty Alliance

Organization Background:  

Through genuine stakeholder engagement, Future 500 aligns the power of the private sector with the purpose of its most critical stakeholders. Future 500 unites adversaries and builds coalitions to break partisan gridlock and advance systemic, market-based solutions.

 

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