Chicago Forum: National Women's Hall of Fame

Does Equality Ask Us to Settle for Less? Monday, Nov 17, 2014. 7pm.

Does Equality Ask Us to Settle for Less?
Monday, Nov 17, 2014 | 7pm
Roosevelt University
Library (10th floor), 430 South Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL


Introductions by:
Charles R. Middleton, President, Roosevelt University

Susan E. Henking, AM'79, PhD'88, President, Shimer College

Jill S. Tietjen, President, Board of the National Women's Hall of Fame Author "HerStory: A Timeline of Women who Changed America." electrical engineer and CEP of Technically Speaking, Inductee of Colorado Women's Hall of Fame

Carol L. Adams, President and CEO, DuSable Museum of African American History; Ebony Magazine's "Power 100," Crain's "2012 List," the Illinois Arts Council Governor's Award in the Arts, and the Outstanding Humanitarian Award from the NAACP

Cecilia A. Conrad, Vice-President, MacArthur Fellows Program; chairs the congressionally mandated Committee on Equal Opportunities in Sciences and Engineering, an advisory committee to the National Science Foundation; Author "African Americans in the U.S. Economy"

Marjorie Jolles, Associate Professor and Acting Director, Women's and Gender Studies, Roosevelt University, Editor "Fashion Talks: Undressing the Power of Style"

Deborah Siegel, Writer, consultant, coach; founder Girl W/Pen and co-founder Sher Writes; MidWest Leader of The OpEd Project; TedX Speaker; Author "Sisterhood Interrupted"

Betty M. Bayer, Senior Fellow, The Marin Marty Center, University of Chicago; Professor, Women's Studies, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Co-sponsored by Roosevelt University, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Illinois Institute of Technology, Shimer College


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