Women 2020: How Women Are Reshaping the Economy, Politics and the World


July 18, 2012
8:30 am - 1:00 pm EDT
WOMEN 2020 will convene a group of the most powerful women in Washington for a series of conversations on the emerging and evolving role of women in the economy, policy and politics.

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About this conference


The last decade has witnessed a shift in the demographics of economic power in America. Increasingly there are signs that the glass ceiling is cracking. In today's universities, women now comprise nearly 60% of all undergraduate and graduate students. And the notion of a woman being the primary breadwinner in a family is no longer an anomaly.

WOMEN 2020 will convene a group of the most powerful women in Washington for a series of conversations on the emerging and evolving role of women in the economy, policy and politics. Participants will include influential women thriving across a range of areas, from inside the administration and the corridors of Congress to K Street and the private sector.

About National Journal


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