Leading Social Change: Women in Politics, Policy, and the Private Sector

1.0 substantive credit in PA, NY, NJ, IL, FL, CT

This panel will explore the wide range of approaches leading to social growth and change, through nonprofits, grassroots campaigns, local, state, and national government, and beyond. From Penn Law’s home in Philadelphia, to California, to the White House, we will discuss ways in which our panel of women lawyers and advocates in the Penn Law community are leading these efforts in unique and various ways.

Regina Austin L’74 William A. Schnader Professor of Law, Penn Law (as moderator)

Sheila Bapat L’07 Writer focusing on gender and economic justice

Helen “Nellie” Fitzpatrick Director of LGBT Affairs, City of Philadelphia

Nell McCarthy L’05 Senior Policy Advisor, The White House

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