FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Hope Caldwell
July 2, 2018 817-300-0435
WOMEN’S POLICY FORUM TO EXPLORE RACE AND CULTURE ISSUES WITH
FORT WORTH’S TASK FORCE ON RACE AND CULTURE
“Creating an Inclusive Fort Worth for All Residents” to be topic of interactive discussion
FORT WORTH, TX – The Women’s Policy Forum of Tarrant County will host an interactive discussion with the City of Fort Worth’s Task Force of Race and Culture on Wednesday, July 11 at 11:30 a.m. at Colonial Country Club. The program will include a presentation from co-chairs of the 23-member task force to update the Women’s Policy Forum and engage with members on ways to create a more inclusive community for all residents.
The panelists will include three of the Task Force’s four co-chairs: Rosa Navejar, Lillie Biggins and Bob Ray Sanders. Assistant City Manager Fernando Costa, who provides staff support for the Race & Culture Task Force, will also assist with the meeting.
VIP/Dignitaries available for interviews before/after luncheon:
11:00-11:30 a.m. & 1:00-1:30 p.m.
Karen Myers, 2018 Chair of the Women’s Policy Forum
Rosa Navejar (presiding co-chair), Task Force on Race and Culture
Lillie Biggins, Task Force on Race and Culture
Bob Ray Sanders, Task Force on Race and Culture
“The Women’s Policy Forum is committed to exploring issues that affect the lives of women and our community. This program will further that goal,” said Karen Myers, 2018 Chair of the Women’s Policy Forum. “Our members have ranked diversity among the most important issues of concern to our organization.”
The luncheon presentation will be held at Colonial Country Club at 3735 Country Club Drive in Fort Worth.
The Women's Policy Forum of Tarrant County is an organization of influential women who investigate and support policies and initiatives that will effect positive change for Tarrant County women and our community. Objectives are to increase the visibility of women in Tarrant County, foster relationships with others and assist in agenda building of our community and country.