An announcement from BPW Member Jan Strout & the US Women and Cuba Collaboration:
2019 Women’s Delegation to Cuba
Advancing Women’s Health and Human Rights
May 3-12, 2019 ~ in Santiago de Cuba & Havana!
You are invited to join the U.S. Women & Cuba Collaboration on our 2019 Delegation! Our educational program serves as an opportunity to learn from and exchange with Cuban women grassroots and national leaders while offering us other cultural perspectives and best practices about relevant critical issues facing the U.S. This People-to-People Licensed Delegation will provide insights into the reality of the lives of Cuban women and girls as well as how Cuba’s political and economic systems grounded on a commitment to human rights for all shape this reality. We are seeking U.S. women with a diverse array of experiences and backgrounds to participate in our Delegation.
Trip Co-Leaders Jan Strout and Lauren Gette-King are both Instructors at Montana State University and intrepid travelers to Cuba and Latin America. They have lead numerous Delegations to Cuba and the Americas and are co-founders of women’s human rights campaigns, Cuba solidarity, peace and justice organizations locally and nationally with a focus on gender, racial, economic justice and the politics of sexuality.
EARLY PRIORITY DEADLINE TO APPLY for discount is on or before Friday, March 8, 2019
Final Deadline with full price due is March 25th.
Email for our Application package with details and pricing: email@example.com
The Bozeman BPW endorsed campaign for CEDAW (the Convention for the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women) approached the City of Bozeman this past Monday, May 14th during the City Commission meeting, to request that Bozeman stand up for the human rights of all women and girls in our community. The gathering made front page news in the Bozeman Chronicle, and the article can be found and read here
For all those who came to the commission meeting to share their stories support for the Bozeman for CEDAW campaign, and for all those who have followed and supported the campaign from afar, thank you for your commitment to human dignity, rights and justice in our community.
The Bozeman for CEDAW campaign will continue to research and refine proposals and possibilities for the City of Bozeman to consider implementing to ensure that women and girls in our community are reaching their full potential without discrimination and obstruction. If you would like to become more involved as a campaign volunteer, please email Kelly Simmons (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jan Strout (email@example.com).
And…save the date for a CEDAW campaign fundraiser and celebration at MAP Brewing on Monday, July 2nd from 4-8 PM!
I’d like thank everyone who took the time to attend our “Getting Found Online, The Right Way” presentation on April 12, 2017, as well as for all of the positive feedback afterward.
As promised, we wanted to make the key points of the presentation available online afterward, to encourage Bozeman BPW members to take control of their online presence and improve their ability to get their business found.
Here is the link to the website post with the presentation:
Media Works Presentation Getting Found Online…The Right Way
Please give Kory a call at 406-587-3583 if you have further questions! Thanks
Jillian’s presentation from last week is attached. Enjoy working on your Charisma!
Using Charisma to sell yourself and your ideas – for website.pdf