Please join YaleWomen Ontario Chapter for a potluck dinner hosted by Nina Lester. The theme for our group discussion will be current events in US politics and a review of the mid-term election results. All points of view are welcome!
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org by November 5 (due to space limitation, open to Yale alumnae only – attendance capped at 20). Nina will provide you with address information and a link to the pot-luck contributions sign up website.
YaleWomen Ontario Chapter Co-leaders:
Ruth Chen email@example.com
Nina Lester firstname.lastname@example.org
Ilene Solomon ilene.solomon@gmail..com
Christine Heselmann email@example.com
Heidi Melsheimer firstname.lastname@example.org
Theresa Stephen email@example.com
**** Founded in 2011, YaleWomen is a community of alums – at the global and chapter levels – across Yale College and the Graduate & Professional Schools, and across years, geography and personal and professional interests as well as a broad range of different experiences, perspectives, and opinions. As part of its mission, YaleWomen is committed to advancing women’s voices and perspectives. YaleWomen encourages its members at the global, national, and local levels to advance the issues they believe in by engaging in the public policy and electoral process, advocating for changes in particular areas of society, and providing education about such matters. As a 501c3, YaleWomen must do so within the constraints imposed by IRS rules regarding prohibiting lobbying, advocacy, and partisan activity. One of YaleWomen’s greatest strengths is inclusivity – bringing together and learning from the plurality of our voices, in ways that are both respectful and civil. Inclusivity is, in fact, one of YaleWomen’s core values. The plurality of voices – Yale women alums’ voices – produces democracy! ****