Constance Mandeville to Host "Fireside Chat" Presentation on the Life of Elizabeth Smith Miller

Constance Mandeville, former Clinton Community College History Adjunct and Assemblyman Jones' Chief of Staff, will be hosting a compelling "Fireside Chat" presentation on the remarkable life and contributions of Elizabeth Smith Miller. Miller, an influential American advocate and financial supporter of the women's rights movement.

          Constance Mandeville     Elizabeth Smith Miller
Constance Mandeville Elizabeth Smith Miller
Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2024
Time: 12:00 PM
Location: Moore Building, Second Floor Atrium, Clinton Community College

Elizabeth Smith Miller, a pivotal figure in the advancement of women's rights in America, will be honored through an insightful discussion led by Constance Mandeville. Drawing from her extensive expertise in history and political affairs, Mandeville promises to shed light on the significant role Miller played in shaping the landscape of gender equality.

This free event is open to students, staff, faculty, administrators, and the public, providing an invaluable opportunity for the community to come together and learn about an inspirational figure in American history. Attendees can anticipate a thought-provoking dialogue that delves into Miller's achievements and lasting legacy.

The "Fireside Chat" presentation is proudly sponsored by Clinton Community College's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee and Cultural Affairs Committee, underscoring the college's commitment to fostering dialogue and understanding on issues of historical importance and social justice.

For more information, please contact Kelsey Hulbert at