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Vision Letter from the Chair January Letter from the Chair Suddenly it's and our target year of seems not so far away. That, of course, will be the time we not only celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment, but also when we present a public report card on our national progress toward women's economic, political and social equality in the United States.
We will examine especially the issue of Shared Leadership among women and men in business and government, as a benchmark in the long process to complete the unfinished business of women's equality.
With fewer than 1, days between now andthe time will go quickly. Vision 's role as a national convener will be demonstrated again on January 30th when we host a strategy session to increase women's participation in the political process - as voters and as leaders in public service - with some of our major national allied organizations.
The dual focus will be on encouraging more women to run for public office and inspiring all eligible women to vote in the election. The session will be conducted at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.
Co-sponsoring with Vision are: Our goal here is to work collaboratively in a model of collective impact, supporting each other's missions and achieving greater positive change together. Over the holidays, I read some interesting articles and commentaries on women's progress or lack thereofand I commend to you two of those, both from the New York Times.
The first, in the category of good news, is "A Talent War for Women," - yes, for. It describes the efforts of tech companies to recruit more women to their boards. With mounting pressure for gender diversity in their corporate governance, those companies' efforts provide an important incentive and opportunity for women in the STEM fields.
The other, a not so good news commentary, is a news analysis by Susan Chira, editor on gender issues for the Times, "What Women Lost. There are many messages in this column that demonstrate the importance of building bridges among women - across differences of age, race, class, political affiliation, etc.
We have the opportunity and the challenge now to work harder and faster together toward the yearto identify shared goals and visions and to find common ground. We need to learn from and listen to each other to understand and exercise the power we have or, as I have said many times over the years, to think and act like the majority we are.
As we work together to achieve Shared Leadership in business and government, beginning with the January 30 session and continuing throughthere will be many ways for each of you to participate. We invite your ideas and progress reports on your efforts. One change coming this year will be the Vision communications format.
We will soon introduce a monthly newsletter filled with information from Vision Delegates and Allies across the nation. This Letter from the Chair will go away, but you can't escape me entirely.
My message will be included in each newsletter.
Here's to high energy in ! January 21st Women's March on Washington.
Please read and share! Details about speakers will be forthcoming 2. The organizers are seeking input on "Why We March" - go to the official website at womensmarch. We need everyone to spread the word about this event.
We are on a time crunch to fill the second bus; Payment is needed to do this see bus info below 4. See bus info below. Please let me Rebecca know if you or others can help and we will work out the logistics.
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