PLEASE NOTE: Due to precautionary measures and the State of Connecticut under a public health emergency, we will be postponing this meeting to a later date. We apologize for the late notice but felt it would be in everyone’s best interest to delay our monthly meetings until further notice.

Check back for a new date when we will be welcoming Pam Dougherty, Development Director of Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame.

In 2020 we mark the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in the United States. The fight for women’s right to vote was long and took many twists and turns. Join us to learn about the Connecticut women who fought on a local, state, and national level and on whose shoulders we stand. Be inspired by their stories to use your vote to give a voice to women.

About Our Speaker:
Pam Dougherty resides in Wilton, CT, and after raising two children in Fairfield, Pam has worked in the non-profit world for over 11 years. Beginning her career in the Advocacy and Government relations program at The College Board in New York City, she worked on research and reports for financial aid, teacher-counselor relationships, and access and equity of educational opportunities for underserved student populations.

After four years, she came to work for The Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport using her database skills and research techniques in the Development and Communications office, as well as supporting all fundraising efforts within the organization. From there, she spent the next three years at LifeBridge Community Services as the Development Manager. Pam looks forward to continuing her work in development by supporting an organization that recognizes and uplifts women’s accomplishments and provides strong examples of female success and leadership across various fields to future generations.

About Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame
The Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame is an educational outreach organization whose mission is to honor publicly the achievement of Connecticut women, preserve their stories, educate the public and inspire the continued achievements of women and girls.

Founded in 1994 in Hartford, Connecticut, the Hall fills the void that traditional curricula still fails to address and, today stands as the state’s premier source for Connecticut women’s history with 125 Inductees. These women’s lives and accomplishments are celebrated and documented through a wide spectrum of innovative statewide programs, which they offer to Connecticut citizens.

The CT Women’s Hall of Fame’s primary goal is to provide role models to women of all ages, encouraging them to recognize their potential and live their dreams.

You can learn more about their amazing organization by visiting their website at www.cwhf.org.

Date: Check back for a new date for this event

Time: 6:00pm – 8:30pm

Location: Norwalk Inn & Conference Center, 99 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851