What Are They Thinking?

Perceptions of Women as Decision Makers and How to Promote More Women in Power
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Please join the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women, Queen’s Bench Bar Association of the San Francisco Bay Area, and the San Francisco Public Library for a Women’s History Month panel discussion examining issues that women face in the role of decision maker—whether as jurors, judges, elected officials, or executives—and what women and men can do to change negative perceptions of women in power. MCLE credit pending State Bar approval.

Featured Panelists:

Fiona Ma- California State Treasurer

Dr. Mary Wardell-Ghirarduzzi - President, SF Library Commission, and Vice-Provost, USF

Hon. Maria Rivera - 1st Dist. Court of Appeal (Ret.), ADR Services

Beatriz Infante - Board Director and Four-Time CEO

Moderated by:

Elaine Andersson - Of Counsel, Lubin Olson

HERstory, celebration of Women’s History Month, honoring the contributions of women and the unique experience of being female today.

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