2016 Women’s Policy Summit

Click here to register for the 2016 Women’s Policy Summit if you are a member of the General Public.

Click here to register if you are a legislator or legislative policy staff.

For 2016, we are launching a new format for Summits held the second year of the two-year legislative session!

Join us for the Women’s Policy Fair & Leadership Reception on Thursday, January 14, from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the Eureka Room at the California State Capitol.  Space will be limited, so we recommend that you register early.  There is no charge for the Summit in 2016.

Click here to register.

The Summit will have a different look and feel — but we’ll offer the same high-powered content and contacts!   

At the Policy Fair, the state’s leading advocates will host information tables and showcase proposals on poverty and economic advancement, women’s health, fair pay, violence against women and girls, reproductive rights and justice, and more.

Networking and social media will be a top priority at the Summit – with many opportunities for photos, tweets and posts.

The Summit will also be an ICE CREAM SOCIAL – so expect to scoop up some priority policies!

You’ll also meet young leaders from throughout the state – participants in Pathways to Policy, CCRWF’s mentoring initiative.

GOOD NEWS!  There is no fee to attend the Summit, but guests must be registered to be admitted.

READ THIS!  Due to space restrictions, fewer registrations are available than in previous years.  Register asap!

INTERESTED IN SPONSORING THE SUMMIT?  Summit sponsors can attend our VIP Reception from 3:00 – 4:00 pm.  If you are interested, please contact us at danner@ccrwf.org.

LEGISLATORS & LEGISLATIVE POLICY STAFF!  Click here to register for the VIP Reception.

CCRWF gratefully acknowledges the support of the following organizations for the 2016 Women’s Policy Summit and Pathways to Policy.

IGNITE
California Legislative Women’s Caucus
California Latino Legislative Caucus
California Legislative LGBT Caucus
California Commission on the Status of Women & Girls
SEIU 1000
Women’s Foundation of California
Public Health Institute
Uptown Studios
LWH Consulting