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On Their Own: Women Running for Office in the Middle East - Shared screen with speaker view
Morley knoll
19:02
Morley Knoll from Portland Oregon Class of 1967
Rosalyn Zakheim
19:03
Roz Zakheim 1969. Spokane WA today
Amanda Harp
19:27
Amanda ‘99, Triangle, NC
Julie Glasgow
20:03
Julie Glasgow, Smith Club of Oregon…Class of ‘84
Sheila McLean
20:37
Sheila Avrin McLean, NYC, Class of 1963
Kimie Matsudo Kester
20:47
Hi everyone! I’m Kimie Matsudo Kester ’88 from South Hamilton, MA
Angela Williams
21:05
Angela Williams ‘96, Smith Club of north shore, MA
Barbara Massey
26:35
Barbara Dodd Massey, NYC, Class of 1063
Barbara Massey
27:41
Oops. That should be 1963. I’ll leave the honor of oldest active member to the Cleveland Club.
Ellen Matzkin
33:25
Barbara, were you at the Battle of Hastings?
Elizabeth Pickman
38:47
Liz Reavis Pickman, 1968, NYC
Emily Fitzgerald (she/her)
57:13
If you have questions, please feel free to submit them through the chat, and we will get to them during the Q&A.
Betsy Topper
01:24:36
What was the pivotal moment/experience that you had that fueled your passion for this topic?
June Roberts
01:25:21
Are the statistics for any region clearly skewed by countries with minimal representation?
Sheila McLean
01:25:39
Which nations have made women in legislatures part of their Foreign Aid Programs? (I would guess the Nordic counties and the US under Democratic Administrations.)
Christina Bain
01:26:06
Thank you for this wonderful talk! Given the focus in the U.S. (in particular) on the money it takes often to run, can you comment on what are the average financial costs for running for office in the regions you study?
Rosalyn Zakheim
01:30:55
Very interesting program! Thank you. I’ve got to go and take care of my grandsons. Thanks for doing this presentation.
Kristine Griess
01:33:24
Fascinating lecture! Thank you!
Bozena Welborne (she/her)
01:33:29
Thank you everyone!
Francoise Fadel=Haddad
01:36:00
Thank you!