01 Feb Kansas Women Leaders to Gather for Conversation, Celebration, and Connecting
Posted at 19:36h in News
The Kansas Chamber and the Greater Topeka Partnership on Wednesday announced they will host the 2023 Women’s Legislative Social on March 22nd from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm CT at the Topeka Country Club in celebration of Women’s History Month.
“Kansas women play a significant role in our state – at home, at work, and in the Kansas Legislature, said Kansas Chamber Vice President of Communications Sherriene Jones-Sontag. “Women’s History Month in March is a great opportunity to recognize and celebrate their impact in our communities and great state.”
This year’s honored guests will be Kansas women elected to the Kansas House of Representatives and Kansas Senate.
“Women are making history around the country, shattering records for elected representation at all levels,” said Glenda Washington, chief equity and opportunity officer for the Greater Topeka Partnership. “At this event, I’m looking forward to women in Kansas having the opportunity to learn from women in elected leadership throughout the state. The 2023 Women’s Legislative Social will provide a chance for them to network with each other, share experiences, and learn how they can use their voices to tell their own stories and advocate for their priorities.”
The Social is open to all women and those who support them. Click here to register.
To learn more about supporting the Social, contact Sherriene Jones-Sontag or Ashlee Spring.