Given restrictions on gatherings, RI Women for Freedom & Prosperity have moved our forum “how women can lead the way in restoring moral order and economic prosperity” onto Zoom this Saturday:
First, an inspiring speech about why women should become engaged in the political process, from Jennifer Braceras, director of the Law Center for the nationally renowned Independent Women’s Forum. Jennifer, a lawyer and former Commissioner of the US Commission on Civil Rights and Trustee for the Univ. of Massachusetts, is a political columnist.
Next, with advocacy training by the nationally renowned Grassroots Leadership Academy, this motivational and instructional leadership forum will introduce women to some of the tools necessary become involved in public policy or politics, with vital tips on how to effectively advocate for reform.
This portion of our women’s leadership forum will be led by by LeeAnn Kapanick, former field operative for Americans for Prosperity, who has spearheaded numerous grassroots and political efforts in Pennsylvania and nationally. LeeAnn, a fourth-generation farmer who regularly rides American Quarter Horses, is a graduate of Penn State University and is an alumna of the Anne B. Anstine Excellence in Public Service Series.