Leading Conservative Women to Speak in Raleigh

HERNDON, VA. & RALEIGH, N.C. -- On September 30 and October 1, the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute (CBLPI) will host its “North Carolina Women’s Summit” in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Summit will feature leading conservative women including former US Treasurer Bay Buchanan, former Army helicopter pilot and combat veteran Amber Smith, author and political commentator Kate Obenshain, Media Relations Director at District Media Group Rachel Semmel, Director of the National Journalism Center Elizabeth Donatelli, Director of Social Engagement at OPUSfidelis Aubrey Blakenship, and more.


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The Summit will also include a special North Carolina Women Leaders panel including Vice President for Outreach at John Locke Foundation Becki Gray.

The two-day Summit aims to train local North Carolina high school and college women to become the next generation of conservative leaders. At the Summit, students will learn how they can advance their leadership skills, advocate for conservative values on their campuses, and become more effective communicators.

“Conservative values are under assault this fall. We need to prepare young conservative women to fight effectively for our ideas. The Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute’s regional summits are truly unique because we are bringing the conservative movement directly to young women, a demographic vital to America’s progress. The North Carolina Women’s Summit will bring together students from campuses across North Carolina for a weekend of networking with peers, deepening their knowledge on critical policy issues, and hearing from top women leaders in the nation,” said CBLPI President Michelle Easton.

The Summit is hosted at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Raleigh Durham Airport and will kick off with a 6pm welcome reception on Friday, September 30. The Saturday portion includes a full-day agenda featuring news media and social media training, policy discussions, campus activism training, and lunch and dinner banquets.

College and high school women are welcome to attend but must apply at https://www.regonline.com/2016NCSummit. A limited number of travel scholarships are available for out-of-town students.

The event is sponsored by the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute, an organization found in 1993 whose mission is to prepare conservative women for effective leadership and to promote leading conservative women.

Through its student programs, it engages, informs, and connects conservative women across the country. By providing them with the resources, role models, and encouragement they need, the Institute helps women students prepare for future success in their workplaces, schools, families, and communities. You can learn more about the Institute at: http://cblpi.org/.

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