Kicking Off a Breakthrough Year

Join us in conversation with Black Voters Matter Cofounder LaTosha Brown

2021 is the time to renew our drive to move this Commonwealth toward a more equitable future.

Tuesday, January 19th, 2020 | 6:00 – 7:30 PM | via Zoom

Tuesday, January 19th, 2020
6:00 – 7:30 PM | via Zoom

Please join us for the Annual Meeting on January 19, 2021 at 6:00 PM via Zoom.

Our featured speaker, LaTosha Brown, heads one of the most exciting and effective grassroots political organizing efforts in America: Black Voters Matter. She is a leader in the fight against voter suppression and the empowerment of marginalized communities in the public arena. Join us in conversation with this leading political activist, advocate for women and girls, and Harvard Kennedy School Fellow, as we talk about Selma, Cambridge, and the future of women in American political life.

The Annual Meeting will include:

The election of new MWPC Officers and new Members to the Board of Directors, as well as new Officers and Members of the 2021 MWPC Political Action Committee by MWPC members who attend with current paid dues.

An annual report of the 2020 activities of the MWPC

Annual financial reports of the income, expenses, assets and liabilities in FY 2020 of the MWPC and the MWPC PAC

Keynote Speech by LaTosha Brown, Co-Chair of Black Voters Matter and a Visiting Fellow at the Kennedy Institute of Government of Harvard University

The following candidates have been proposed by the Nominating Committee and endorsed by the MWPC Board:
President Dawne Shand
Vice President Deloris Pettis
Secretary Celia Clancy
Treasurer Amy Diamond

New Board Members:
Caitlyn Clark
Gabriela Coletta
Marcella Aquilar Lancome
Gretchen E. Manning
Linnea M. Walsh

The following candidates for the MWPC PAC have been nominated by the Co-Chairs of the MWPC PAC:
Chair: Samantha Kelly

Members for 2021:
Amy Diamond
Bonnie Burman
Gail Jackson-Blount
Eschita Chakrabarti
Nancie Konigsberg
Dawne Shand
Deloris Pettis
Meredith Baumann
Danielle Fleury

Come join us for a great evening.

Pamela E. Berman,
MWPC Board President