CELEBRATING THE WOMEN OF SAN FRANCISCO
Mayor Edwin M. Lee
Members of the Board of Supervisors
San Francisco Commission on the Status of Women
FRIENDS of the Commission on the Status of Women
invite you to the
Annual Women’s History Month Awards
“Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination:
Celebrating Women in Science, Technology,
Engineering and Mathematics”
March 19, 2013, Tuesday
3:30 PM - Awards Ceremony at the Board of Supervisors
Legislative Chambers (Room 250) @ City Hall
5:30 - 7:00 PM - Mayor Ed Lee Honors The City's "Women of the Year" Awardees at the Reception
sponsored by the FRIENDS of the Commission on the Status of Women
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Building
525 Golden Gate Avenue @ Polk Street
San Francisco, California
This a FREE event to attend. Reservation required.
Please register at www.FriendsCOSW.org/events.
About Women’s History Month in San Francisco
March is nationally recognized as Women’s History Month. In 1980, a group of women came together in Santa Rosa, California to form the National Women’s History Project, a coalition that successfully lobbied Congress and the White House to designate the week of March 8th (International Women’s Day) as National Women’s History Week. In 1987, Congress expanded the celebration, resulting in the entire month of March being declared National Women’s History Month.
Since 1996, the San Francisco Commission and Department on the Status of Women, in partnership with the Mayor and Board of Supervisors, celebrate this month with a public ceremony to recognize the contributions of women in the community.
Stephanie Block Regina Phelps
Patricia Bovan Campbell
in memory of her late husband Scott Campbell