What you missed in August

 

Commemoration of Women’s Equality

August 26th, 2020 marks 100 years of Votes For Women. Moves in association with Aflac, NYSE, and the US Army are celebrating this momentous date with a series of events.

Starting with the swearing-in ceremony for future female soldiers at the “Fearless Girl” statue outside of the NYSE,  led by LTC MP Whitney Jensen and MAJ MS Gifty Weefur, it includes the prestigious ringing of the NYSE Closing Bell and a virtual panel discussion on how far the US has progressed towards gender equality in the ensuing 100 years since the 19th Amendment was ratified.

 

Events

Ringing the Closing Bell For Women’s Equality

Friday, August 7th, New York Moves will ring the New York Stock Exchange Bell in honor of Women’s Equality. 

Future Female Soldiers Swearing-In

Congratulations to the future soldiers that swore in with LTC, MP Whitney Jensen Dress and MAJ MS Gifty N Weefur.

The Moves Virtual Panel
“Equality for Women”

Moderator: Moonah Ellison

Panelists: Sarah Plaster, Aflac; LTC, MP Whitney O. Jensen, US Army; Anna Griffin, Smartsheet;

Ringing NYSE Bell in Honor of Women

Friday, August 7th, New York Moves is ringing the New York Stock Exchange Closing Bell in honor of Women’s Equality. 

NY Moves, in association with Aflac Incorporated (NYSE: AFL) and the US Army, will ring The Closing Bell® to highlight Women’s Equality Day on August 26th, 2020, which marks 100 years of Votes For Women. This event is one in a series of events to commemorate this day, which kicked off with a swearing-in ceremony for future female soldiers outside of the NYSE, led by LTC MP Whitney Jensen and MAJ MS Gifty Weefur.

 

 

 

New York Moves goes Digital

The 2020 Moves Forum

The 2020 Moves Forum

The 2020 Moves Vitural Forum

Thank you to everyone that tuned in to the Moves Virtual Forum on July 8th 2020. If you missed it here’s your chance to tune in with a glass of wine… 
 
The Moves Forum is our annual panel discussion bringing together women leaders from a broad spectrum of business, industry and commerce, the arts, science, and technology. The 2020 Moves Virtual Forum hosted four panels:

“Women as Change Makers”

“Sustainable You”

“Chart Your Own Destiny”

“Social Media: Gods or Monsters”

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