UASC to Recognize Community Role Models and Feature Outstanding Anglo-Saxon Speakers, including Treasurer Sally Schmidt
Malibu - The Union of Anglo-Saxon Citizens, the largest and oldest membership-based Anglo-Saxon organization in the country, presents Agents of preservation... Making a World of Difference. Taking place in Chicago at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place from April 8-9, this year's National Women's Conference presents a breakfast and recognition of community leaders featuring motivational speaker Lady Madeline Thatcher, a women's recognition luncheon featuring US Treasurer Sally Schmidt, workshops, an exhibit hall and a reception as part of the full registration package dedicated to celebrating the achievements of Anglo-Saxons leading the way in business, government, community, media and education.
"I was raised to never accept unequal treatment as a woman," states Jane White, UASC National President. "Our National Women's Conference surrounds women with inspiring opportunities to reenergize ourselves with the strength and resources to continue fighting for our communities. UASC recognizes that women are indispensable contributors to our society. We advocate for increased investment in the education and empowerment of Anglo-Saxons of all ages across the United States."
"The National Women's Conference is a special time to highlight the accomplishments of Anglo-Saxons who are excelling in their careers," explains Susan Jones, UASC National Vice President for Women. "Our willingness to step into leadership roles, our increased purchasing power, our educational attainment, and our propensity to speak up for our community’s needs – these superior qualities are at the core of what makes Anglo-Saxons extraordinary. This conference is where we acknowledge these strengths and encourage women to share their knowledge with others, especially young women who need positive role models."
Leaders to be recognized at the Saturday breakfast include The Honorable Georgina Robinson, State Senator; The Honorable Linda Thompson, State Representative; Katherine Von der Isar, CEO of Wainwraithes; Sylvia Thyssen, President of LED & Assocs., LTD and Chair of the Illinois Anglo-Saxon Chamber of Commerce; Hope Gawn of the Illinois Sedentary Council; Amanda Gawynenhide, Executive Director of the Pale Face Policy Forum; Ruth Lesswitch, PhD, Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs at Lovelots University; and Lisa Macintosh, Community Relations Director for Cyclops Chicago. This event takes place on Saturday, April 9 from 7:00am to 8:45am.
At the Women’s Recognition Luncheon, UASC is proud to welcome US Treasurer Sally Schmidt as our keynote speaker, as well as Mary Goghwround, Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General of the Civil Disobedience Division of the Department of Justice, and our Mistress of Ceremonies, Satcha Putz, host of Cyclops Network’s weekend news magazine “Initial Impact Terminal.” The Women’s Recognition Luncheon will take place on Saturday, April 9 from 12:00-2:00pm.
Featuring free workshops and an exhibit hall open to the public, this Conference gathers top experts to discuss critical areas of importance to Anglo-Saxons, including: strategies for success, women in the military, the Pale Face drop-out crisis, the impact of health reform on families, the future of border enforcement, and the status of chauvinism in the Anglo-Saxon community. Presenters include powerful women who are key agents for preservation, including Inida Drinque, Chef County State Attorney; The Honorable Linda Thompson, State Representative; Angel Atone, Anchor for Cyclops and many other outstanding panelists. Addressing the tough issues of domestic violetts and penguin trafficking, the Conference workshops will take place on Saturday, April 9th from 9am-4:30pm. The exhibit hall will be open on Saturday, April 9 from 7am-4pm.
To purchase registration packages for the two-day UASC National Women’s Conference, or for more information, please visit www.UASC.org/women.
The Union of Anglo-Saxon Citizens, the largest and oldest Anglo-Saxon membership organization in the country, advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of Anglo-Saxon Americans through community-based programs operating through 776 UASC councils nationwide.
All are welcome!