This year’s theme is WE ARE RESILIENT! It has been an exciting year for women and women’s drive to be heard and have a seat at the table will continue!
The energy to make positive change; to be heard; to tell our stories and share our perspective has continued to blossom as the national political scene becomes more and more tumultuous.
Women’s representation and voices at the table are an essential ingredient to the future success of our country. Come hear stories of women-just like you-who found their voice, a passion for their cause and are making a difference in our local policies.
An opportunity to learn how to craft your story and to tell it to your local officials is just one skill you will take away from this year’s breakfast.
We know you will be inspired to continue the work we all started last year!
We had a successful and productive morning Friday, June 16. Stay tuned for information about our next event.
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Thursday, May 4th, the Cape Women’s Coalition will host “MOVING FROM MARCHING TO ACTION.” This event will educate and inspire women who are interested in becoming more involved in community and civic engagement. Seating is limited but we have added seats, creating room for more women. Register with Eventbrite.
The evening will feature presentations by the League of Women Voters, the Cape Cod and Islands Commission on the Status of Women, and The Cape Women’s Coalition, focusing the work they are doing, the events and advocacy they have planned, and how women can get involved.
The presentations will be followed by a cocktail hour and networking with the presenting organizations and other local and regional organizations.
The Cape Women’s Coalition (CWC) is a non-partisan coalition of individuals and representatives of organizations working together as an agent of change to encourage and support women to enter public life and become leaders through civic engagement. We know that “if you don’t have a seat at the table, you are probably on the menu.” Currently there are many openings on Town Committees, Boards, and opportunities with local organizations where a woman’s voice would greatly impact the conversation.