November 2 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
St Luke’s Episcopal Church

NewPower Education is excited to announce Women Make a Difference: How to Get a Seat at the Table, a day-long workshop for women interested in engaging in public service in Georgia.  Whether you are contemplating a run for office, want to learn how to effectively advocate for policies you’re passionate about, or simply are curious about how you can leverage your expertise to make a positive impact in your community, this workshop is for you!

The day will be packed with inspiring women speakers currently serving in city, county and state government, along with networking opportunities and food to sustain you.

A special keynote address will be delivered by Andrea Young, Executive Director of ACLU-Georgia. Ms. Young is acclaimed for her roles in civic engagement and advocacy. 

Other confirmed speakers include:

  • State Representative Park Cannon
  • The Honorable LaTisha Dear Jackson, DeKalb County Superior Court
  • Commissioner Nancy Jester, DeKalb County
  • Commissioner Lisa Cupid, Cobb County
  • Council President Felicia Moore, Atlanta City Council
  • Katy Sharp, Director of Government Affairs, Connect South

Space is limited.  Reserve your seat today!

Thank you to our partners:

  • Delta Sigma Theta
  • The Junior League of Atlanta
  • VoteRunLead

About NewPower Education

NewPower Education is a non-partisan, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization focused on educating and encouraging women throughout the state of Georgia to engage in all areas of public service. This includes: running for public office, serving on community boards, achieving appointed office, and volunteering in political campaigns or political offices. Donations to NewPower Education are charitable deductions.


  • Name

    Women Make a Difference: How to Get a Seat at the Table
  • Organizer

    NewPower Education


  • Date and Time

    November 2 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
  • Cost



  • Venue

    St Luke’s Episcopal Church
  • Address

    435 Peachtree Street NE