Below is the Save the Date for the Annual Conference.
GCOSW Board of Directors Meeting Minutes
February 16, 2016 at 5:30p.m.
2100 NW 53rd Ave. Suite A (Peaceful Paths).
5:30 P.M. Introductions/Sign-In
Attended by: JoAnn Wilkes, Victoria Condor-Williams, Bella Blizzard, Molly McGowan, Angie Chesser, Kristy Sasser, Taraneh Dahrabi
5:35 P.M. Meeting Minutes from last meeting- minutes submitted by Molly McGowan Motion to approve by Victoria and seconded by Bella
- Treasurer’s Report –
- Current Balance $9,092.17
- CD’s are 5330.74 and 2551.96 respectively
- Conference Committee- Conference is on May 10th and Save the Date cards are going out soon.
- Survivor’s Art Exhibit– Report from Whitney Shadowens- Call for Artists will be going out soon, dates are May 9-13th with closing reception on the 13th.
- Education Committee– Report by Victoria Condor-Williams- Women’s History month reception and awards will be on March 8th at 5:30 at the Former UF President’s home.
- Community Relations-No report
- Florida Women’s Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony- Bella Blizzard was able to go thanks to Sheriff Darnell, she enjoyed her time meeting others with ladies from other Commissions around and representing the State. She then attended the 2016 Women’s Day at the Capitol.
Next Meeting– We will not be meeting in March because of the Women’s History Month Reception, so our next meeting is April 18th at 5:30pm at Peaceful Paths.
The Latina Women’s League and the Latina Film Festival asked for a sponsorship for this year, they sent a formal request. This was voted on and unanimously approved. The amount is $300.
Meeting dates this year- Please mark these on your calendars!
June 20- Reports from Conference
Peaceful Paths Guest Chef March 10th 6:00-8:00
“Working to Form a More Perfect Union:
Honoring Women in Public Service
The National Women’s History Month theme for 2016 honors women who have shaped America’s history and its future through their public service and government leadership. Although often overlooked and undervalued, collectively they have dramatically influenced our public policy and the building of viable institutions and organizations. From championing basic human rights to ensuring access and equal opportunity for all Americans, they have led the way in establishing a stronger and more democratic country.
Find more information at National Women’s History Project and check out their awesome webstore!
Here is a flyer for a local panel on Human Trafficking that is free and open to the public.
Did you know Florida has the highest number of Human Trafficking victims in the United States?
Did you know Florida is one of the top 3 states as a destination state for Human Trafficking in the United States?
Approximately 20,000 people are trafficked into the United States each year. 80% of the Human Trafficking victims are women and children and 70% of the Human Trafficking victims are pornography, sex slaves, and commercial sex. Human Trafficking is a $32 billion dollar industry, second only to drug trafficking and by 2020, will be the number one crime worldwide.
Panel Sponsored By:
Gainesville Alumni Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
The International Awareness and Involvement Committee P.O. Box 12245 Gainesville, Florida 32604 478-239-5599 email@example.comTrafficking-Flyer-4
Our next meeting will be on August 17th at 5:30pm at 2100 NW 53rd Ave. Gainesville, FL 32653 (Peaceful Paths).
Friends of Susan B Anthony invite you to a luncheon celebrating the 167th anniversary of the women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls, New York in 1848 and the 95th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (woman suffrage) 1920.
WOMEN’S EQUALITY DAY
Gainesville, Florida 2015
Women and Public Office:
Tales and Trends from the Dais
Jeanna Mastrodicasa, PhD
Associate Vice President for Operations,
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), University of Florida
Date: Saturday, 29 August 2015, 11:30 a.m.
Best Western Gateway Grand
4200 NW 97th Blvd.
2015 Recipient of Friends of Susan B. Anthony Award
public servant, civic activist, environmental advocate
A Call to Artists Survivors’ Art Exhibit 2015
The GCOSW’s Annual Conference Committee is seeking submissions for the 2015 Survivors’ Art Exhibit.
Survivors of domestic violence, family violence, sexual abuse, sexual assault, child abuse and other forms of interpersonal violence are invited to submit original artwork. We are currently accepting most types of art, including performance pieces to be presented at the reception.
Exhibit runs May 15-May 24, 2015 in the Hippodrome Art Gallery
Opening reception Friday, May 15 at 7pm Hippodrome State Theatre 25 SE 2nd Pl, Gainesville, FL 32601
For more information, please contact Sarah Kate Wilder or Whitney Shadowens at GvilleSAE@gmail.com or (352) 377-5690
Save the Date We will have more information available soon such as speakers and ticket information. This year the tickets will be available through https://www.eventbrite.com/ Please stay tuned for more information!