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Former White House Press Secretary Keynotes Fundraiser for Female Philanthropists

Oct 4 2013, 6:38am CDT | by PR.com

The Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford will kick off their 2014 Women's Campaign at VOICES with keynote speech from Dee Dee Myers, author of the bestselling book, Why Women Should Rule the World. Myers made history as the first female White House Press Secretary, working for the Clinton Administration.

West Hartford, CT, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Myers appearance at VOICES couldn’t be more timely: Myers has been outspoken on the subject of healthcare, writing this winter in her...

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Former White House Press Secretary Keynotes Fundraiser for Female Philanthropists

Oct 4 2013, 6:38am CDT | by PR.com

The Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford will kick off their 2014 Women's Campaign at VOICES with keynote speech from Dee Dee Myers, author of the bestselling book, Why Women Should Rule the World. Myers made history as the first female White House Press Secretary, working for the Clinton Administration.

West Hartford, CT, October 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Myers appearance at VOICES couldn’t be more timely: Myers has been outspoken on the subject of healthcare, writing this winter in her huffingtonpost.com blog: “I consider healthcare a basic human right -- and all of us, regardless of our race, gender, income, religion, sexual orientation, or where we live, should have access to it.” Myers is also a political analyst who speaks often about how women possess the kind of critical problem-solving skills that are urgently needed to break down barriers, build understanding, and create the best conditions for peace.

VOICES is a fundraising event for the 2014 Women’s Philanthropy Campaign. Each year, hundreds of women attend and thousands of dollars are raised to care for, educate, connect and inspire women of all faiths.

Seating is limited. and reservations are required. Due to the new $65 ticket price (for first-time attendees only) they suggest that you order your tickets early. For donation information, and to purchase tickets online, visit http://jewishhartford.ticketleap.com. You can also RSVP by contacting Debra Glassman at (860) 727-6125 or dglassman@jewishhartford.org

About the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford The Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford supports 49 programs and services locally and overseas. Through community donations to the Annual Campaign, Federation is able to provide care, education, leadership training and opportunities for Jewish experiences that help all faiths to identify with Jewish culture, religion and Israel. Our work is guided by core values, including tzedakah (righteous giving), tikkun olam (repairing the world) and gemilut chasadim (acts of loving kindness).

Contact Information:
Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford
Denise Brodey
860-727-6130
Contact via Email
www.jewishhartford.org

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