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Viewpoint
Women win, june 2019
diane mack, Guest columnist

The Institute has partnered with the Pensacola News Journal to publish a monthly viewpoint on the status of women in politics. Our board, and selected members, share their non-partisan, issue-neutral opinion as a representative of IWP. To write an article to be published as a viewpoint, email contact@iwpflorida.org.

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Members making News

all about new members, renewing members, and members breaking barriers

Dr Judy Bense nominated to the Florida Women’s Hall of Fame

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The latest skinny

ANNUAL MEETING AND AWARDS PARTY 2019

Thursday, June 27, 2019 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Required Attendance in order to receive Leadership Certification

 
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Main & Palafox

WHAT’S HAPPENING LOCALLY

Lots of public input on The City of Pensacola’s strategic mission, values, and vision workshop. Hearing words like inclusivity, accessibility, transparency, collaboration, environmental stewardship, walkability, historic preservation and fixing our demolition process. 

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Tallahassee and Beyond


2019 LEGISLATIVE WRAP UP BREAKFAST

We’ll hear from 4 experts with the Tallahassee lobbying firm GrayRobinson on how our community will be affected by the 2019 Legislative session. The Institute for Women in Politics is sponsoring this event to offer discounted tickets to our members!

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Press Releases

February 22, 2019

Former U.S. Navy Seahawk pilot Laura Tuck Maasdam, a Harvard-trained negotiator and executive performance coach, will teach a half-day workshop in negotiation strategies for women on behalf of the Institute for Women in Politics of Northwest Florida, followed by a luncheon featuring local women with professional expertise in negotiation:  Gulf Breeze City Manager Samantha Abell, UWF President Emeritus Dr. Judy Bense, NAI Pensacola CEO DeeDee Davis, and Wind Creek Public Relations Director Magi Thomley Williams.