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“Caught in the Creative Act” Women’s Panel Discussion

March 28, 2012

 

Spring 2012 “Caught in the Creative Act” Women’s Panel Discussion on issues of economic development, health, human trafficking and political involvement

 6:00 pm, Monday April 9

 Breed Leadership Center on the Columbia College campus.  

 

ImageThis panel precedes Sheryl WuDunn’s event on Wednesday April 11 co-sponsored by Columbia College and USC at USC’s Gambrel Hall. WuDunn will speak about her book, Half the Sky. 

The panel, moderated by Janette Turner Hospital, will focus on each panelist’s expertise in women’s issues- internationally, nationally and in South Carolina. The five panelists bring a wealth of experience and knowledge that will set the stage for WuDunn’s insights.

Panelists:

·         Henri Baskins: international experience in assisting women address and reset community norms in areas of domestic abuse, prostitution, political involvement and economic development; national and state-wide expertise in women’s economic autonomy.

·         Heather Brant: national, international and state-wide expertise in women’s health

·         Betty Houbion: international and state-wide expertise in the realities of trafficking; national and international expertise in women’s economic development

·         Mickey Layden: international expertise in realities of trafficking; national and international expertise in women’s economic development

·         Carolyn Sawyer: national and state-wide expertise in women’s economic development

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