Women Entrepreneurs as Peacemakers at George Mason University

9 Jun

Originally Posted on October 8th, 2009

October 20, 2009, EWI artists and Marga Fripp will be present at Women Entrepreneurs as Peacemakers at George Mason University

12pm – Catered Lunch and Discussion with Dorothy Tuma, President of Women’s Center for Job Creation, Minnesota and Uganda.  WMST has been collaborating with WCFJC since November 2008 with the Bulondo Goat Project and the Mason Community has sponsored 38 goats for women heads of households in Uganda.  Dorothy will be presenting slides and telling us about her programs.  JC 240K.

2:30pm – “Social Entrepreneurship and the Mason Classroom” panelists TBA JC Meeting Room F

4:30pm – Women Entrepreneurs as Peacemakers Panelists are Dorothy Tuma, President of the Womens Center for Job Creation (WCFJC), Marga Fripp, President of Entrepreneurship Academy for Artists and Empowered Women International, and Barbara Moller, President of Voices for Global Change and founder of Paper to Pearls for a roundtable discussion about their experience as peace makers promoting self sustainability for women in Uganda and in the United States.  JC Meeting Room F.

Marketplace of women’s arts and crafts 1:30pm-4pm

Event sponsored by: African and African‐American Studies, Art History, English, Communications, Sociology and Anthropology, Center for Teaching Excellence, Global Affairs Program, New Century College, and University Life

To RSVP contact: Dr. Vicki Kirsch
Associate Director, Women and Gender Studies
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA 22030
703-993-2897
vkirsch@gmu.edu
u goat, girl!

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