Unlocking Potential Project’s Carly Fiorina Moderates Roundtable Discussion at NEC
Carly Fiorina, Founder of the Unlocking Potential Project, current Chair of the American Conservative Union Foundation, and former CEO of Hewlett-Packard will be moderating “Voices of New Hampshire Women,” a roundtable discussion in partnership with New England College’s Center for Community Engagement and Leadership.
The roundtable will include discussions about how to unlock the potential of women voters, how women can have their voices heard in the political realm, and what issues matter most to women this election cycle.
“On behalf of the Unlocking Potential Project, I am delighted to be moderating this panel discussion,” said Carly Fiorina. “New England College President Michele Perkins has offered New Hampshire women an exciting opportunity to hear from a variety of female voices on what it means to be engaged in the political process.”
“New England College is excited to have Carly Fiorina and the Unlocking Potential Project on campus,” said President Perkins. “It’s an outstanding opportunity for our students to experience strong personal leadership and our nation’s political process first hand.”
At the conclusion of the roundtable, the participants will answer questions from members of the community on the topics discussed. If someone would like to submit a question in advance, please email it to: InfoNH@up_project.org.
The event is open to the press.
What: Will moderate a roundtable discussion of New Hampshire women talking about the current political environment.
When: Wednesday, Oct. 22, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Where: New England College
Great Room – Simon Center
98 Bridge Street
Henniker, NH 03242
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The UP Project will engage women at the grassroots level to help conservatives close the gender and technology gap. It will utilize cutting-edge technology and techniques to target, persuade, and turnout female voters in six key states with competitive Senate races: Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, New Hampshire, North Carolina, and Virginia. For more information visit: www.up-project.org.