March 19, 2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
The School Sisters of Notre Dame are pleased to offer Women’s Leadership Luncheons, bringing women leaders and colleagues together to reflect on the integration of the spiritual and professional dimensions of life. In 2019, the luncheons will focus on human trafficking: the causes, who is targeted and what is being done to eradicate it. Each location will feature a speaker who is knowledgeable about human trafficking and who works closely with those who have been affected by it. Attendees will gain an understanding of SSND’s stance on human trafficking and what sisters are doing to remedy the problem. The luncheon is free to all guests.
“The Hidden Crime of Human Trafficking:
How to Become a Leader in Your Community”
Featured Speaker: Anne Simmons-Benton
Executive Director, Arizona State University International Development.
Anne Simmons-Benton is currently the executive director of Arizona State University’s International Development office located in Washington, D.C., and leads the strategy and business development for ASU’s international engagement. There she is able to leverage and connect the knowledge from ASU experts in education, climate change, gender, supply chains, water and sustainability to help solve complex global problems.
Anne has been a licensed attorney since 1984 and holds a J.D. from the Antioch School of Law in Washington, D.C., a Change Management Advance Practitioner Certificate from Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and a bachelor of science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. Anne’s career includes international experience in commercial law, trade, banking, business development, competitiveness, investment, entrepreneurship and regional development with a consistent focus on gender throughout her experiences.
R.S.V.P. by March 4, 2019.
For more information please visit the School Sisters of Notre Dame Central Pacific Province website.