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Maya Angelou Center Brings International Women’s Health Summit to Winston-Salem, NC
Date:9/17/2012

Malnutrition Impact Women's Health
  • Human Trafficking and Violence Against Women: A Dilemma for Healthcare Providers
  • Evening Movie: The Whistleblower, with discussion led by the book's author

    Saturday, September 29, 2012 (8:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m.)

    • Media and Women's Health: Can Women Trust Television, Print and Radio?
    • Public Policy and Advocacy for Women's Health: The World of Internet and Social Media
    • A Network of Resources: Using Innovation to Improve the Lives of Women

    The summit is open to the public with onsite registration at the door:

    • $275 - Full Event
    • $130 - One Day Thu., Sept. 27 or Fri., Sept. 28
    • $65 - One Day- Sat., Sept. 29

    Visit www.mayaangelouhealthsummit.org for a complete list of events and speakers.

    In addition, there will be an Evening Celebration of Women on Saturday to honor accomplished women who are making a difference in our community and abroad. The evening will begin with cocktails and a silent auction at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner and awards at 6:30 p.m. The event will also include a special tribute to the center's namesake, Dr. Maya Angelou.


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  • Contact: Mike Horn
    mikeh@velaagency.com
    336-414-4497
    Forsyth Medical Center
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