The OpEd Project had 19 teachers and support staff running 6 programs in 6 different places across the nation this past weekend–working intensely with 120 new women thought leaders of all stripes, in less than 48 hours. A record!”
Princeton Public Voices fellowship program–final convening of our first year-long pilot. Led by Courtney Martin, Michele Weldon, with support from OEP staffer Courtney Baxter.
Dartmouth Public Voices fellowship program–first convening of the year-long program. Led by Katherine Lanpher and Catherine ONeill Grace, with off-site support from our west coast program manager Chelsea Carmona.
PWC (Pricewaterhouse Coopers) Public Voices Thought Leadership Series–first convening of a 3-month program for 20 top women executives. Led by OEP Founder Katie Orenstein, and Seminar Leaders Abby Ellin and Sharon Lerner, with support From OEP Operations Manager Taryn Yaeger and assistance from Erin Kelley.
OEP Chicago core seminar (open to public) led by: Deborah Siegel, Michele Weldon, Claudia Garcia-Rojas, with assistance from intern Hira Khanum, in partnership with Northwestern University.
OEP Boston core seminar (open to public) led by: Alyssa Best, Zeba Khan, in partnership with Women, Action, Media (WAM!) and Simmons College.
Spence high school–core program led by OpEd Project leaders Martha Southgate and Jennifer Block and Chloe Angyal; with on site support from OEP Operations Manager Taryn Yaeger.