Celebrate HealthyWomen 2017

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Please join us on June 7, 2017, as we “Celebrate HealthyWomen, Célébrez les Femmes en Santé,” and HealthyWomen's longstanding success as the nation's leading independent women's health organization.

We are excited to announce the expanded focus of our core mission to include women's health policy and science. In December 2016, HealthyWomen welcomed Phyllis Greenberger as Senior Vice President for Policy, Advocacy and Science, to direct this expansion.

The Celebration of these achievements begins at 6:30 PM on June 7, 2017, at the Embassy of France in the US. Space is limited and we encourage you to express your interest in attending by sending your contact information to Celebrate2017@HealthyWomen.org by April 30th.

The evening's activities include:

  • welcome reception cocktail hour
  • presentations on key women's health issues
  • recognition of HealthyWomen sponsors
  • presentation of the first HealthyWomen Award to Janine Austin Clayton, M.D., Director, NIH Office of Research on Women's Health, in recognition of her contributions to women's health research
  • dinner
  • silent auction

The silent auction will feature works of art and other treasured items donated by members of the health care community. We invite you to donate an item to the auction by contacting Phyllis at pgreenberger@healthywomen.org.

The reach and positive influence of HealthyWomen depends on your generous support. Please review the Celebrate HealthyWomen Sponsor Opportunities and contact us at Celebrate2017@HealthyWomen.org to pledge your support. Our planning committee is available to discuss how your support will be recognized in program materials.


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