Join us for our sixth Yale/Harvard Women's Salon. This month's topic is the "#metoo Movement." Inspired by the Enlightenment Salons of the 18th century, this series is an opportunity for curious and engaging women to connect with each other and share perspectives on timely and meaningful topics. Join us for great company, lively dialogue, wine and happy hour fare. In March we will once again be offering two salons, one in Arlington, VA (home of Ellen Fox) and one in Bethesda, MD (home of Debbie Banda). The two salons will be held simultaneously and will feature the same content and structure - just pick the most convenient location for you! Please read this article in advance: Time Person of the Year: The Silence Breakers. See the Eventbrite sites below for additional details and readings. There is a $7 ticket fee to cover the host's costs.
Please join YaleWomen Boston and Patricia Russo, Executive Director, the Women’s Campaign School at Yale, for a presentation and discussion on the many ways women can become effective leaders and changemakers.
By way of preview, click here to watch a recording of Patti in conversation with Kathryn Lofton, Yale Professor of Religious Studies, American Studies, History and Divinity, about "Women in Politics" - a live webinar discussion hosted by YaleWomen on October 19, 2016.
The Women's Campaign School at Yale is a non-partisan, issue neutral political campaign training program for women running for office, as well as for women interested in campaign management and appointed office. Its five day intensive program is held each June at Yale Law School.
For more information, visit WCSYale.org
Sunday April 15th - 2:00 - 5:00PM
Come join us for a relaxed afternoon get together with the sole objective of visiting and getting to know our wonderful group of women better! As a conversation starter we will watch a fascinating TED talk by Brene Brown entitled "Listening to Shame".
To confirm your attendance, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org - we ask for a $5 payment commitment to help defray costs. Address will be provided to confirmed attendees.
We're ready for Book #3 - Rules of Civility by Amor Towles '87. Join the Hartford area group at Tisana Tea House at 4:00 for a rousing discussion!
RSVP to Amy Levine at email@example.com
We're ready for Book #3 - Rules of Civility by Amor Towles '87. Join the New Haven area group at Julie Cohen's home 5:30 for soup, salad and a rousing discussion!
RSVP to Julie Cohen at firstname.lastname@example.org
We're ready for Book #3 - Rules of Civility by Amor Towles '87. Join us in Woodbridge at Deborah Desir's home 5:30 for a rousing discussion and pot luck dinner!
What to bring? If you last name begins with/please bring:
G-L Main Dish
RSVP to Deborah Desir at email@example.com
Express Your Interest in a YaleWomen Houston Book Club
Do you miss that Yale experience of being surrounded by motivated individuals who inspired you to grow and change? We would like to recreate that experience for you by offering a YaleWomen (and their friends) book club we are calling the Growers Club, which will be a community of women focused on growth through education & mutual mentoring. We will encourage each member to elevate their personal performance and leadership characteristics through increased knowledge and skills in the areas of high performance, authentic leadership and gender intelligence.
The format would be to meet every 45 days to discuss a book in a 1.5-2 hr. facilitated discussion. The first proposed book would be High Performance Habits by B. Bouchard. Our goal would be to confirm membership and finalize book selection by March 1 with our first meeting to be held mid-April.