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Opening Day Women in Leadership Lunch: First Lady of Los Angeles, Amy Elaine Wakeland

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AEWWe launch our new season with our Opening Day Women in Leadership Luncheon and proudly welcome the First Lady of Los Angeles, Amy Elaine Wakeland. A political strategist, public policy expert, and advocate for children and families, Ms. Wakeland is active with organizations and campaigns focused on combating sexual and domestic violence, empowering women and girls, and serving our city’s most vulnerable residents. She advises organizations on human rights and economic justice on behalf of women and girls, including the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking and the L.A. Alliance for a New Economy.  As the First Lady of Los Angeles, Amy Elaine Wakeland has actively partnered with the Getty House Foundation Board of Directors and the Mayor’s Office to open Getty House to more members of the public – close to 12,000 visitors to date – and to reinvigorate its programming.

Our Opening Day luncheon takes place on Tuesday, October 4 at 11:30 a.m. with the program beginning at 12:45 p.m.  Tickets are $25 for Ebell Members, $35 for non-members.  Reserve your place at the celebration online or by calling 323-931-1277 x 131 

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