YWomenVote2020: A National Conversation with America's Women
YWomenVote 2020 – YWCA’s third national bipartisan survey of women in the United States - explores their economic, health, gender-based violence, workplace equity, and racial justice experiences and concerns.
Join YWCA for the first in a series of conversations on why women will vote in the 2020 election, and why their policy priorities should be the agenda of everyone on the ballot.
- Alejandra Y. Castillo, CEO, YWCA USA
- Jessica A Cantin, MS, CEO, YWCA New Hampshire
- Christina D'Allesandro, Statewide Director for Moms Rising in New Hampshire
- Brenda Lett, President, NH Black Women's Health Project
- Kile Adumene, Adjunct Faculty Instructor, Southern New Hampshire University
- Yasamin Safarzadeh, Underserved Populations Program Specialist, YWCA NH
- Diane Bemus Patrick, Lawyer and Former First Lady of Massachusetts, on behalf of the Deval Patrick for President campaign
- Evelyn Yang, mother, advocate for families with children with disabilities, survivors of sexual assault, and the implementation of universal basic income, board member for Kulture City, on behalf of Andrew Yang campaign
- Michelle Wu, Boston City Council Member, on behalf of Elizabeth Warren campaign
- Caroline McCarley, Mayor of Rochester NH on behalf of Amy Klobuchar campaign
* Please note: all presidential candidates (Republican and Democrat) were invited to attend and make brief remarks at this event.