UN Women USA North Carolina Chapter's 6th Annual Luncheon
Please join us for an elegant seated luncheon to celebrate over 2 million commitments to the UN Women's global solidarity movement for gender equality, and honor individuals whose work and advocacy efforts have made a significant impact on the lives of women in North Carolina and beyond.
Champions in support of the
Governor Roy Cooper
Dr. James Goodnight, CEO, SAS Institute
"Women of Influence" Awards
Presented to four NC-based women of influence for equity, economic
development, and impact in the private and public sectors
Date & Time
Friday, October 25th, 2019
11:00AM to 1:30PM
The North Carolina Governor's Mansion
200 N Blount Street, Raleigh, NC, 27603
$50 per person
USNC-UN Women North Carolina 5th Annual Luncheon
The membership of the North Carolina Chapter of the U.S. National Committee for UN Women is pleased to invite local supporters to its fifth annual luncheon. This year's theme is "Claiming Our Power" and will focus the day's discussion on empowering women and ending discriminatory laws preventing women and girls from meeting their full potential. The Chapter's annual luncheon provides an opportunity for meaningful conversation, panel discussions, and the exchange of knowledge.
- Chief Cassandra Deck Brown - Chief, Raleigh Police Department
- Monica Daye - Executive Director, Stand Up Speak Out NC
- Dr. Ginger Garner - Public Health practitioner
- Dr. Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins - Past National President, League of Women Voters
- Sondra Rivers - Director Global Markets - Technology Division, Credit Suisse
Woman of Influence Award
The UN Women USA North Carolina Chapter's inaugural Woman of Influence Award will be presented to our guest speaker, Ms. Monica Daye, for her many years of service to her community and state.
In Support of HeForShe Impact Leader Award
To recognise people and organizations who are active promoters of gender equality in the workplace and community we will be awarding our Chapter's first "In Support of HeForShe Impact Leader Award" to:
Mr. Curt Ladig, CEO, Delta Dental North Carolina
- Michelle Strickland, Photography and Image Consultant, Your Image Matters
- Sandra Dubose, Vocal Performance Artist, Dubose Entertainment will be performing a selection
- Bruk DJ, Audio Coordinator, BK & ML Inc
UN Women USA North Carolina is grateful to our Event Partners, Volunteers and Participants, !
Credit Suisse, Pearl Leadership Institute, Delta Dental of North Carolina, and the Center for Creative Leadership
November 8th, 2018 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
The North Carolina Executive Mansion
400 Blount Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
Lunch will be served
Photographs will be taken at this event
By attending, you give us permission to use any general crowd photos you appear in on our website.
Come, join us as we look forward to connecting with local wommen's advocacy groups and individuals in the community interested in furthering gender equality globally!
#ClaimingOurPower #OurPower2018 #HeForShe #HearMeToo
Art of Juggling
Join us and learn the skills needed to master the art of juggling. It takes continuous refinement, courage, collaboration, creativity, leadership, and celebrations along the way.
Paula Brown Stafford, Retired President of Clinical Development Quintiles
Lisa T. Grimes, President & CEO PurThread Technologies
Tsegga Medhin, UN Women UN Women USA North Carolina Chapter President
When: March, 23rd 2017, 5:30-8:30pm
Where: Prestonwood Country Club, 300 Prestonwood Parkway , Cary, North Carolina 27513
Master the art of juggling by registering today!
When A Woman Leads
NC Chapter UN Women UN Women USA 3rd Annual Executive Mansion Luncheon
Featuring ATHENA International founder, Martha Mertz, and Dr. Ida Odinga, founder and past chair Kenya League of Women Voters and wife of Kenyan presidential candidate and former Prime Minister, Rt. Honorable Raila Odinga
This event has been established to raise awareness, encourage activism and enable networking among women leaders.
This year's event, "When A Woman Leads" will highlight, celebrate and encourage economic empowerment for women with the outstanding leaders, Martha Mertz and Dr. Ida Odinga speaking of their experiences. Following their remarks, they will join a panel discussion moderated by Steven Pearson IBM Manager for Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs NC, SC, WV including local business woman Carmen Ritz, ATHENA of the Triangle 2016 Powerlink recipient, to discuss questions on how to support the development of women leaders and advancement of women in business.
The annual luncheon is a truly unique experience that brings an eclectic group of women from across North Carolina to participate in a mindful dialogue that will inspire change and embolden women to take up leadership roles and positions. The objective is to bolster leadership, embolden women, and advocat for the potential of women leaders in North Carolina and across the world. The luncheon will also provide a platform for meaningful conversation, panel discussions and sharing of knowledge.
Won't you join us?
When: Friday, September 30th from 11:30A.M. to 1:30P.M.
Cost: $30, Students and Educators $20.
Where: The North Carolina Governor's Mansion, 200 N Blount Street, Raleigh, NC 27603
Watch. Connect. A Call To Action... Join us for these three free screenings of these award winning films that highlight women's rights and challenge gender traditions and power structures.
From executive producer Angelina Jolie Pitt comes the award-winning drama DIFRET, based on the inspirational true story of a young Ethiopian girl and a tenacious lawyer embroiled in a life-or-death clash between cultural traditions and their country's advancement of equal rights. Watch the trailer.
Friday, February 26th, Griffith Theater, The Bryan Center at Duke University. Reception 6PM / Screening 7 PM (no RSVP neccessary)
This event includes Q&A with Dr. Mehret Mandefro, the executive producer of the film!
February 29th, Greensboro, Center for Creative Leadership
Engage in our dialogue about child marriage, not as a human rights violation but also how it is relevant to; leadership and how it can make a difference in leading self, leading with others in the community, and changing our world. The impact and threat to our National Security and to the prosperity and stability of countries in which it is prevalent and undermines U.S. development and foreign policy priorities. Your voice and perspectives are priceless. We ask that you add your voice to enhance the dialogue and conversation around developing women leaders.
Tuesday, March 8th, Sweet Dreams
Location: Wilmington, John T. Hoggard High School. Doors open at 6:30. Event begins promptly at 7pm. (RSVP)
Powerful sounds pierce the silence of the Rwandan countryside. Curious children gawk outside the gate. This is something new in Rwanda- a group of women, 60 strong, pounding out rhythms of power and joy. Watch the trailer.
Sunday, April 24, 2016
The 7th Annual Walk to End Violence Against Women and Girls in Wilmington, NC will be held on Sunday, April 24th, from 1-4pm at Hugh McRae Park, Shelter #5, rain or shine. Check-in starts at NOON.
Advance registration is $15 for adults, children and students (12 and over), no fee for walkers younger than 12 (without a T-shirt). Walkers who register after April 4 will receive a T-shirt only if available. Onsite registration is an additional $5. Register at www.unwomen-usnc.org/2016ncwalk.
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
You are invited to join UN Women USA-UNWOMEN NC at the NC Women United's holiday party on Tuesday, December 01, 5:30-7:30pm at the NC State University Club in Raleigh. Bring your holiday cheer as as celebrate advocacy! Food and drinks provided.
RSVP today! Share with your friends via Facebook event.
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
The N.C. Chapter of the U.S. National Committee of United Nations Women invites you to our learning and engagement luncheon "Learn Like a Girl: Gender, Education, Empowerment". The program features local, national and international policymakers whose work impacts educational opportunities for women and girls including Andrea Conner, founder of Learn and Lead Globally; June Atkinson, State Superintendent of North Carolina; and Josh Stein, North Carolina Senator and Minority Whip. The panel discussion will be moderated by Tina Wilson, IBM Manager of Corporate Citizenship & Affairs.
Date/Time: Tuesday, September 22, 2015, NOON - 2:00 (door opens at 11:30AM, lunch & networking at NOON, program starts at 12:45PM)
Location: North Carolina Executive Mansion, 200 N. Blount Street, Raleigh
Fee: $30 per person general; $20 for students
Gender-based educational discrimination against women and girls occurs in every country in the world, even in the U.S., even in North Carolina. The issues include a vast range of related exclusions including limited access to school, religious-based exclusions against the education of girls, discouraging girls from entering STEM fields, sexual harassment, and the high rates of rape in colleges and universities. The conversations that we begin at Learn Like a Girl: Gender, Education, Empowerment will provide participants with information and opportunities to address gender-based educational disparities.
The NC Chapter of U.S. National Committee for UN Women offers a range of programming designed to create equality for women and girls. Participants will have the opportunity to engage these policymakers about the issues that define educational opportunities for women and girls in North Carolina, in the U.S. and beyond. As Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary General has noted "When we unleash the power of women, we can secure a future for all." Join us for this important conversation to understand how you can support educational empowerment for women and girls worldwide and make a difference in your local communities.
E-mail us at email@example.com if you have any questions. The flyer of the luncheon is available for your use.
June 26-28, 2015
April 26, 2015
Sixth Annual Walk to End Violence Against Women & Girls with UNA-USA, The Links, Inc. and UNC Wilmington.
March 24, 2015
Screening of “I am a Girl” with NC State University
January 16, 2015
November 24, 2014
16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence: Screening of “Men Are Human, Women Are Buffalo” and discussion with Kiran, Inc with UNC CH