MEET & GREET EVENT – International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute, June 24, 2017

MEET & GREET EVENT – International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute, June 24, 2017
MEET & GREET EVENT – International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute, June 24, 2017

The International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute (IBWPPI) is having their special Meet and Greet Benefit Luncheon on Saturday, June 24th, 2017 at beautiful Skirball Cultural Center for an evening of “Conversations with Vanessa DeLuca, Editor-in-chief of Essence Magazine and the Honorable Paulette Zonicle, Consul General of the Bahamas”.

EVENT LOCATION
Event:     Saturday, June 24th 2017
Where:    Skirball Cultural Center
                2701 North Sepulveda Blvd.
                Los Angeles, CA 90049 ( exit is off of the 405)
Room:     Ahmanson Hall – 2nd level
Parking:  Please park in the North Tower and Parking is Free
Attire:      Summer Chic
Check-In/Receptions
12noon to 1pm -VIP Sponsors Reception:  Invited Guests Only 12 noon to 1:00 pm                   (Ahmanson Courtyard)
12noon to 1pm – General Reception/Check-In/Vendor Shopping (Ahmanson Foyer)
12:45 pm seating for luncheon begins

All Proceeds of this event will benefit IBWPPI and assist them in continuing their mission to support, educate, and change public policy across the nation. The event will also include global leaders and trailblazers providing a great opportunity for networking.

Please see this as an opportunity to come meet and greet these two distinguished women who are reshaping and resetting the footprints of women globally.

IBWPPI is a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization led by a collective of inter-generational women leaders representing the interests of women in countries throughout the African Diaspora to include, North America, Bahamas, Belize, Bermuda, Cuba, Haiti and Ghana Africa. The women who make up the board of directors and the subscribers of The International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute, are committed to helping with the vision to enhance the lives globally, through acts of kindness and good public policy. Their Mission is to convene hearings and conversations that evaluate the impact of current public policy and initiative new policies that address major threats to the well-being of Black women, their families and communities.

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