In honor of Women's History Month the Syracuse Commission
for Women will be holding their 3rd Annual Women's History Month
Luncheon, hosted by Mayor Matthew J. Driscoll, with keynote speaker Dr.
Deborah Stanley, President, State University of New York at Oswego on
Tuesday, March 24, at the Empire Room at the New York State
Fairgrounds from noon to 1:30 p.m.
Awards will be presented, to the following honorees, who have demonstrated leadership in protecting the environment on a local, state, national or international level.
Women Taking the Lead to Save Our Planet
Deputy Director Lake Improvement Projects
Department of Water Environment Protection
Watershed Control Coordinator
City of Syracuse
Maureen O. Fellows, Ph.D.
Director, Government Relations and Institutional Planning
Green Schools and Colleges Coordinator
Office of Multicultural Affairs
Manager, Haudenosaunee Promise
Director of Sustainability
Madeline Jarvis Corcoran High School
Tanshanaka Williams Fowler High School
Quineashia Lee Henninger High School
Molly Naef Nottingham High School
Baltimore Woods - Nature in the City Program
Onondaga Earth Corps
The Green Space Committee of the Near West Side Initiative
The Syracuse Commission for Women:
this is an advisory body to the Mayor whose purpose is to realize the rights of women of all ages to equal opportunity and participation in the affairs of the community; to ensure women of all ages freedom from discrimination based on gender and to assure them of the benefits of equal opportunity and the full utilization of their talents to promote their educational, health,
economic and social well-being.
Event: Women's History Month Luncheon
Date: Tuesday, March 24
Time: 12:00 noon - 1:30 p.m.
Place: Empire Room at the New York State Fairgrounds
For more information call 448-8101 or e-mail: SyracuseCommmissionforWomen@ci.syracuse.ny.us.