MYSOGYNY IN NEW JERSEY!

The Workgroup was created by Sen. Weinberg in the wake of a Star-Ledger/New Jersey Advance Media report in which 20 women told of being groped, propositioned, harassed and even sexually assaulted while serving as campaign staffers, political operatives, legislators and lobbyists.

0
6253
Senate Majority Leader, Loretta Weinberg and her group announced plans to hold public and closed-door listening sessions and conduct an online survey as it develops recommendations to change the state’s political climate for women.

Weinberg Group on Harassment, Sexual Assault and Misogyny in NJ Politics…
…Committee will use public forums, closed-door listening sessions and survey to develop initiatives to change toxic climate for women.
Newark, New Jersey
Senate Majority Leader, Loretta Weinberg and her group announced plans to hold public and closed-door listening sessions and conduct an online survey as it develops recommendations to change the state’s political climate for women.
The Workgroup was created by Sen. Weinberg in the wake of a Star-Ledger/New Jersey Advance Media report in which 20 women told of being groped, propositioned, harassed and even sexually assaulted while serving as campaign staffers, political operatives, legislators and lobbyists.

Weinberg said the Workgroup would include a cross section of trusted women leaders with varied experience in campaigns, politics, policy and lobbying.
The ladies group, that may grow, included:
Lisa Randall, Commissioner, Bergen County Improvement Authority; Elizabeth Coulter, Director of Public Health, Planned Parenthood Action Fund of New Jersey;
Laurel Brennan, Secretary-Treasurer, New Jersey State AFL-CIO;

New Jersey’s Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver at a press conference regarding official misconduct.

Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver;
Sabeen Masih, Vice President of Public
Affairs Impact Group;
Patricia Teffenhart, Executive Director, New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NJCASA)
Julie Roginsky, Co-Founder, Lift Our Voices
Jeannine LaRue, Senior Vice President, Kaufman Zita Group;
Christine Shipley, Executive Director NJ Senate Minority Office
Sonia Delgado, Partner, Princeton Public Affairs Group;
and Alison Accettola, Senate Majority General Counsel. The survey can be found at https://njcasa.org/njpolitics OQ2020

Weinberg dijo que el grupo de trabajo incluiría una sección transversal de mujeres líderes de confianza con experiencia variada en campañas, política y cabildeo.
El grupo de mujeres, que puede crecer, incluyó:
Lisa Randall, Comisionada, Autoridad de Mejoramiento del Condado de Bergen; Elizabeth Coulter, Directora de Salud Pública, Planned Parenthood Action Fund de Nueva Jersey;
Laurel Brennan, Secretaria-Tesorera, AFL-CIO del estado de Nueva Jersey;
Vice-Gobernadora Sheila Oliver;
Sabeen Masih, Vicepresidente de Público Grupo de Asuntos de Impacto;
Patricia Teffenhart, Directora Ejecutiva, Coalición de Nueva Jersey contra el Asalto Sexual (NJCASA)
Julie Roginsky, cofundadora, eleva nuestras voces
Jeannine LaRue, Vicepresidenta de alto rango del grupo Kaufman Zita;
Christine Shipley, Directora Ejecutiva Oficina de Minorías del Senado de Nueva Jersey
Sonia Delgado, Socia, Grupo de Asuntos Públicos de Princeton;
y Alison Accettola, abogada general del Senado.
La encuesta se puede encontrar en https://njcasa.org/njpolitics OQ2020

SHARE
Previous article¡SÍ, SE PUDO!
Next articleA Lenten lesson?

LEAVE A REPLY