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You’re Invited: June 13th, Women in Advocacy Workshop

By The Policy Circle Team

Professional Women in Advocacy is hosting its 3rd Chicago Workshop, Thursday, June 13th. This year’s theme is Breakthrough Advocacy and will highlight new trends and technologies changing advocacy efforts and how increased youth and diversity in the civic arena are impacting how business gets done.  

You will learn from successful women in business, media and politics who will share their stories and approaches to effective advocacy.  Topics include exploring the latest tools which are transforming the way we advocate, including innovative approaches in traditional and new media to communicate with key policy makers and stakeholders.

Speakers include The Policy Circle’s Eva Pusateri, Director of Communications and State Leadership Councils, who will participate on a panel entitled “Diversity and Inclusion in Advocacy”.   She will discuss how the new face of politics is changing the way we advocate, as more people of diverse backgrounds are being elected to government.

Together, Professional Women in Advocacy and Women in Government are hosting a Welcome Reception on the preceding evening, June 12th, for networking with fellow attendees, speakers and members of both organizations. The Workshop will be Thursday, June 13th and offers a full day of panels and breakout sessions with time scheduled for more networking.

Professional Women in Advocacy (PWiA) is a nonpartisan organization and believes that when women are involved in policy making, everyone benefits.

The Policy Circle has secured a special discounted attendance rate of $50 (regular registration is $150) for Circle Leaders and Members. To get the discounted rate, register through The Policy Circle events page and use the code: PolicyCircle.  

Remember to wear your Policy Circle lapel pin.


The Policy Circle is a 501(c)3 which provides a fact-based, nonpartisan framework built to inspire women living in the same community to connect, learn about and discuss economic policies that impact their lives.  Women across the nation are taking a leadership role in the public policy dialogue on what human creativity can accomplish in an open economy.