CHELSEA CLINTON, CHRISTINE QUINN AND OTHERS DISCUSS WOMEN IN POLITICS AT 92Y
Co-Presented with Cindi Leive and Glamour Magazine, Panel Guests Include Republicans and Democrats
Wednesday, March 28, 8 pm
New York, NY: March 14—In 2008, a woman almost won the Democratic presidential nomination and another won the Republican vice-presidential nomination. It was a high-water mark in national politics. Four years later, the presidential campaign is currently an all-male affair, but what’s happening with with Senators, Representatives, Governors and state legislators? How have things changed – or not – for women involved in politics? 92nd Street Y, in partnership with Glamour magazine, presents a special panel discussion on Wednesday, March 28 at 8 pm: Running in Heels: Where Are the Women Candidates for 2012 And How Can We Get More of Them? Chelsea Clinton moderates a discussion with five women from across the political spectrum about the successes and challenges for women in government. Here’s the line-up:
Introductions: Cindi Leive, Glamour’s editor-in-chief
Moderator: Chelsea Clinton, Board Member, Clinton Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative. She is also a special correspondent for NBC News.
· Christine Quinn, Speaker of the New York City Council.
· Nicolle Wallace, bestselling author of Eighteen Acres and It’s Classified, political commentator and former White House communications director under President George W. Bush.
· Abby Huntsman Livingston, daughter of former presidential candidate Jon Huntsman. She most recently worked on his campaign and previously worked for ABC News and for Good Morning America.
· Stephanie Schriock, President of EMILY’s List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics.
· Amy Holmes, former CNN contributor and news anchor for The Blaze and GBTV.
WHO: Chelsea Clinton, Christine Quinn, Nicolle Wallace, Stephanie Schriock, Abby Huntsman Livingston, Amy Holmes & Cindi Leive on Women in Politics
WHEN: Wednesday, March 28, 8 pm
WHERE: 92nd Street Y, 1395 Lexington Ave, New York, NY
TICKETS: www.92Y.org <http://www.92y.org/> or 212.415.5500
Limited press seats are available. Please contact Sarah Morton, smorton@92Y.org or 212.415.5435