Leading with Civility & Respect:  The Role of Women in Politics

Thursday, June 1st

Cocktails 5:45p

Panel Discussion 7p to 8p


Join our friends at LWV Greenwich, Connecticut Public and Greenwich Library for this in person program at the Berkley Theatre for a panel discussion.  This June 1 event will feature three accomplished women leaders who bring different political perspectives to the topic of how civil discourse has broken down in our politics and what we can do about it.  They will also address the unique role women leaders play in restoring civility to public life.

Speakers for this discussion will include Democratic Stamford Mayor, Caroline Simmons, Republican Leader of the CT House of Representatives (2014-2020), Themis Klarides, and Executive Director Emerita of the National Institute of Civil Discourse, Dr. Carolyn Lukensmeyer.  The event will be moderated by Lucy Nalpathanchil, VP for Community Engagement, Connecticut Public and an award-winning, veteran public radio reporter.

Please click here for more details and to register.


Missed this event?  See the video here:  https://www.ctpublic.org/community/event/leading-with-civility-respect/role-of-women-in-politics