Debbie Pope, the CEO of YWCA Boulder County, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering women and ending racism, will be attending the upcoming United States of Women Summit.
The Summit takes place on May 5th and 6th in Los Angeles and includes prestigious speakers such as Tarana Burke, Michelle Obama and Jane Fonda. The Summit provides opportunities for women to network, learn and to be inspired to take further action toward supporting and empowering women.
Debbie will attend important panels such as ‘#Me Too-Now What? Solutions to end sexual violence’, ‘No Gender Justice without Racial Justice’, ‘Future of Women and the Future of Work What do women need to make it work’. These panels will further benefit YWCA Boulder County programs and help the organization continue to strategically serve Boulder County residents.
As a representative of YWCA, Debbie will be able to discuss prominent issues that relate to women’s empowerment and racial equity, and will network with other leaders and organizations in order to strengthen the collaborations of YWCA Boulder County.
About United States of Women Summit
The United State of Women is a national organization for any woman who sees that we need a different America for all women to survive and thrive — and wants to work collectively to achieve it. USOW amplifies the work of organizations and individuals at the forefront of the fight for women’s equality, and provides tools, access and connections that help women see and step into their power to break down the barriers that hold women back.
For more information, visit https://www.theunitedstateofwomen.org/