Congressman Joe Baca will be hosting a free empowerment conference for women in the Inland Empire. The conference will be held on September 18th from 9am to 12pm at the Lewis Library and Technology Center, 8437 Sierra Avenue, Fontana.
The conference theme is “Protecting Women’s Rights in a Tough Economy” and features guest speakers: Gillian Zucker, President, The Auto Club Speedway; Michelle Skijian, Director, Inland Empire Women’s Business Center; Hilda
Kennedy, Executive Director, AmPac TriState; Robin De-Ivy Allen, Founder, Necessary Nutrition; Peggy Long, Director, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union.
Congressman Baca has been a passionate advocate of women’s rights especially as it relates to equality and fairness in the workplace. He is personally responsible for getting several pieces of legislation passed regarding equal pay, equal access and professional advancement.
During this turbulent time, everyone is experiencing a large increase in unemployment.
A large number of these unemployed individuals are women, many of whom are mothers caring for underage children.
It is the hope that this conference will provide hands-on tools to assist women in understanding and coping with this current climate and to develop necessary skills to compete for current jobs. This is a great time to begin the process of “thinking outside the box” with respect to retraining, job creation and entrepreneurship.
To RSVP, contact Karen Serrano, Virginia Marquez or Beverly Thomas at (909) 885-2222 or email@example.com.
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