CLH: UWSP Center for Women’s Equity, Development, and Leadership

Mar 7, 2023 | News & Events

We had an engaging Community Lunch Hour focused on women’s leadership in Central Wisconsin–led by our friends from the UWSP Center for Women’s Equity, Development, and Leadership. Jenny Riggenbach, Sarah Ross, and Jessica Andreae started us off and were soon followed by spirited insights from Lyna Matesi and others in attendance.  We invite you to continue the conversation on women’s leadership by joining us in our next steps:

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