When: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at 6:00 PM
Where: Market Lounge, Boston
RSVP: On Facebook here
This month our speaker will be Leah Moschella!
Leah is the founder of Boston GLOW (Girls’ Leadership, Organized Women), an organization that generates positive leadership opportunities for women and girls and builds a community where women and girls can feel supported and encouraged to meet their individual leadership goals. The organization serves to provide girls and women in Boston with leadership training, scholarships, and a supportive community to help them start businesses, get into college, and become leaders in their communities. Now entering its 5th year, Boston GLOW has supported our Girl Leaders with over $100,000 in scholarships and has organized over 120 events in the Boston area to train and support women.
Leah holds a Masters Degree in Human Services with a focus on Gender and Youth from Northeastern University and a BS in Sociology and Gender Studies from Fordham University and works full-time as a manager of workforce readiness at Notre Dame Education Center. In her spare time she can be found searching for cheap plane tickets, visiting breweries, or buying bow-ties for her cats.
About Real Women in Politics
This is a speaker series which highlights women who work in politics in a non-elected capacity. Hosted by the YDM Women’s Caucus, past speakers have included Carrie Rankin (Communications Director for Congressman Seth Moulton), Samantha Washburn-Baronie (Executive Director of the Mass Women’s Political Caucus), and Danielle Valle-Fitzgerald.