CCC Center for Governance and the Cultural Affairs Committee to Host Third Women in Local Politics Forum

The CCC Center for Governance, in collaboration with the Cultural Affairs Committee, is proud to announce the third Women in Local Politics forum, scheduled to take place on Tuesday, April 23, at 6:00 PM in the Stafford Theater. This event will be moderated by Mountain Lake PBS journalist, Thom Hallock, and will be filmed for public viewing.

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  Janet Duprey Photo      Patty Waldron Photo      Deborah Coryer Photo      Janet McFetridge Photo                   Janet Duprey                                             Patty Waldron                                          Deborah Coryer                              Janet McFetridge

The Women in Local Politics forum aims to highlight the pivotal roles women play in shaping local governance and community affairs. This year's panel features esteemed participants, including former New York State Assemblywoman Janet Duprey, Clinton County Legislator Patty Waldron, Town of Dannemora Supervisor Deborah Coryer, and Mayor of the Village of Champlain Janet McFetridge.

Attendees will have the opportunity to gain insights from these distinguished leaders as they share their experiences, challenges, and triumphs in navigating the political landscape at the local level. The forum promises to offer valuable perspectives on the importance of gender diversity and representation in local government.

"We are thrilled to host the third Women in Local Politics forum, showcasing the remarkable contributions of women leaders in our communities," said Tom Mandeville, History and Political Science Professor at Clinton Community. "This event underscores our commitment to fostering dialogue and promoting inclusivity in governance."

The Women in Local Politics forum is free and open to the public, offering an invaluable opportunity for community members to engage with influential leaders and participate in meaningful discussions about the future of local governance.