ON-Lion Letter
In early June, the Independent Women's Forum (IWF), the leading organization for center-right women focused on economic issues, held its annual Women LEAD Summit in Washington, D.C.  The full-day conference offered a comprehensive program designed to inspire and engage women.  Speakers included conservative thought leaders, journalists, policy experts, and academics, as well as other influencers who lead passionate discussions on an array of issues facing women today.

Ahead of the summit, IWF released a new economic report, Working for Women, which presents a positive economic agenda for women and their families and offers alternative solutions to a host of workplace concerns that will modernize policies without growing government.

In addition to detailing the reforms proposed in Working for Women, speakers and panelists discussed the character of our political leadership, women voters, the future of the Supreme Court, and college-campus culture.  C-SPAN covered portions of the day's proceedings, they are viewable online.


The Women LEAD Summit offered participants and attendees an opportunity to learn, engage in conversations, make new contacts, and network.


The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee substantially supports IWF.
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