Women and Power: A Right to be Heard
On June 11, six notable Wisconsin women will share their struggles and journeys along their personal paths to power and influence at “Women and Power: A Right to be Heard,” at 6:30 p.m. in the Alumnae Dining Room.
- Elizabeth Brenner, former publisher of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- Mary Burke, a former executive at Trek and a 2014 candidate for governor
- Bria Smith, an 18-year-old activist and president of the Milwaukee Youth Council
- Joan Prince, vice chancellor of global inclusion and engagement for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- Jessie Rodriguez, a state representative since 2013
- Amy Lindner, CEO of the United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County
This event takes place one day after the 100th anniversary of Wisconsin's historic vote as the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment. The event is also the culmination of a special series highlighting this historical achievement in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.The event is free but registration is necessary. The event will also be streamed live at JS Online.com and on the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Facebook page.