Women Under the Radar
In too many places around the world, women are brutalized, incarcerated, silenced or murdered merely for being women. In too many places around the world, children suffer at the hand of strangers, or worse yet, people they know and trust to keep them safe. In too many places in the world, women and children live under the radar.
Women Under The Radar is a call to action. It is my attempt to get the passionate and committed women I know in a room together to talk about the realities facing women and children on the global scene. I realize that each of us has a different path of discovery and it can be a very personal journey. Only you can decide what truly makes you feel inspired, connected and alive. Women Under the Radar is a forum for us to share these discoveries and to collaborate, tapping into the collective energy we bring to each discussion. It is my hope that we will make an impact by raising awareness and creating relationships that will make a difference.
The ocean has never disappeared, the sky has never fallen,
and women have never lost hope.
Sun Valley Global Affairs Forum
Small Town. Big Talk.
Sun Valley may be a small town best known as a resort destination, but five times a year, this small town promotes some big talk. Please join me this year as a member of The Sun Valley Global Affairs Forum to take part in some of this big talk.
The Sun Valley Global Affairs Forum brings leading foreign policy experts and humanitarian activists to Sun Valley to speak on some of the most pressing issues of the day. Over the past two years, the forum has hosted a respectable list of speakers: Pulitzer Prize-winning NY Times journalist Eric Schmitt; Vice Admiral Robert S. Harward, Deputy Commander of US Central Command; Dr. Kiron Skinner, Director of Carnegie Mellon University’s Center for International Relations and Politics and a research fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, to name a few. Topics have ranged from “The Future of the Conservative Movement” and “Politics and Power in the Social Media Era” to “The Future of Nuclear Weapons” and “CENTCOM: A Region in Flux.”
The Sun Valley Forum offers small, intimate dinners where members have the chance to listen to and then ask questions of leaders in the field of foreign policy, contemporary politics, and national security. These informal conversations are the perfect setting for members to enhance their knowledge of global issues. Sun Valley is populated by successful, sophisticated, and creative people who care deeply about their role as global citizens. The Sun Valley Global Affairs Forum is an ideal venue to promote active engagement in a larger global conversation.
Please call SFP Studio 208.727.6803 for membership information