Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Explores Female Leadership in Local Government, May 24


On May 24, women who hold positions of leadership and authority in local government will share what it takes to achieve success as a professional public servant.

As part of Executive Women of the Palm Beaches’ “Women in Leadership” series, an distinguished panel will explore questions, such as “what does it mean to lead like a woman,” “how do women lead differently,” and “do the same rules apply to women and men in leadership roles?”

Featured panelists are:

Sharon Bock, Esq., Clerk & Comptroller, Palm Beach County;

Susan Bucher, Supervisor of Elections, Palm Beach County;

Paulette Burdick, Mayor & Commissioner, Palm Beach County;

Carey Haughwout, Esq., Public Defender, Palm Beach County;

Moderator Jeri Muoio, Mayor, City of West Palm Beach

Verdenia Baker, County Administrator, Palm Beach County;

The event will be held at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24, 2017, at Mandel Public Library, 411 Clematis Street, West Palm beach, FL 33401. Optional tours of the Library will follow the discussion.

“We are very excited about this event,” shared Executive Women of the Palm Beaches president, Lori Fischer. “Our goal is to enlighten, empower and inspire future leaders. This event is a great insight in to what our government leaders are doing each day to lead our community and pave the way for future women leaders.”

Tickets for this event are $40 for EWPB members; $45 for guests. Registrations can be made online at www.ewpb.org. For more information on Executive Women of the Palm Beaches, please visit www.ewpb.org or call (561) 868-7070.

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