Women in Leadership Forum in Honor of Women’s History Month
Women Leaders in Climate Action: Making a Positive Difference for Anne Arundel County Women and Children
The impacts of climate change are becoming a regular occurrence in Anne Arundel County (AAC). Increased flooding, destructive storms and rising temperatures have a long-term impact on our most vulnerable citizens. Join us for a conversation with four incredible women leaders who are experts in the local and regional environmental issues affecting the health and welfare of women and children in our community.
Wednesday, March 16, 2022,
5:30 PM – 6:45 PM
Facilitator: Kate Fritz, CEO, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay (AAWGT Member, Chair of the Marketing & Communications Committee); former ED South River Federation; former Sustainability Coordinator, Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission
- Carmera Thomas-Wilhite, Director, Urban Conservation Initiative; Board Vice-Chair, AAC Watershed Stewards Academy; Senior Fellow, Environmental Leadership Program; AAC Citizens Environmental Commission Member; Board Member Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore; Co-Chair, Greater Baltimore Wilderness Commission
- Lynn Heller, Founder and CEO, Climate Access Fund; Chair, MD League of Conservation Voters; former Vice President of the Abell Foundation; founding member, Baltimore Sustainability Commission
- Candace Dodson-Reed, Chief of Staff to President & Executive Director, Office of Equity & Inclusion, University of Maryland Baltimore County; President, Nalim Consulting; Co-Host, Elevate Maryland Podcast
This event is free and open to the public
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