Women Rule: Taking Risks and Taking Charge


October 7, 2015
8:00 - 10:00 am EDT

Agenda


Wednesday, October 7


8:10 am EDT Welcome Remarks: Kim Kingsley     Watch On-Demand
Featuring:
  • Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.)
  • Dr. Deelan Dakhil, Co-Director, Sinjar Foundation
  • Vian Dakhil, Member, Iraqi Parliament, Voice of the Yazidi people attacked by ISIS
  • Sarah LaFleur, Founder and CEO, MM.LaFleur
  • Rep. Kristi Noem (R-S.D.)
  • Frances Fragos Townsend, Executive Vice President, MacAndrews and Forbes Incorporated
  • 8:15 am EDT Panel Conversation     Watch On-Demand
    • Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI)
    • Sarah LaFleur, Founder and CEO, MM.LaFleur
    • Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD)
    • Frances Fragos Townsend, Executive Vice President, MacAndrews and Forbes Incorporated
    • Moderated by Luiza Savage, Editorial Director of Events, POLITICO
    8:50 am EDT Keynote Introductory Remarks and Video     Watch On-Demand
    • Laurie Fabiano, President, Tory Burch Foundation
    8:55 am EDT Keynote Interview: Vian Dakhil and Dr. Deelan Dakhil     Watch On-Demand
    • Dr. Deelan Dakhil, Co-Director, Sinjar Foundation
    • Vian Dakhil, Member, Iraqi Parliament
    • Moderated by Susan Glasser, Editor, POLITICO

    About this conference


    POLITICO, Google and the Tory Burch Foundation kick off the 2015 Women Rule series with Women Rule: Taking Risks and Taking Charge, a series of conversations with women who have braved the odds in their lives and careers.

    About POLITICO


    POLITICO is a global news and information company at the intersection of politics and policy. With publications based in Washington, D.C., New York and Brussels — and with recently announced plans to expand into state capitals in the United States — POLITICO boasts an enormous roster of the most talented reporters and editors in the world. Since its launch in 2007, POLITICO has delivered journalism about politics and policymaking that is more authoritative in its sophistication and nonpartisan perspective than any competitor; that is more useful to people with a professional interest in public affairs; and that is more fun to read for a community of people who love the drama and sheer sport of politics.

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