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One Woman
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Upcoming Events

Black Women’s Health: Mental and Maternal Health

As part of Black History Month, CWCSEO Presents “Black Women’s Health: Mental and Maternal Health”.  Join our next Community Matters for a panel discussion on Black Women’s Health. In collaboration with the Connecticut Commission on Women, Children, Seniors, Equity and Opportunity, this engaging discussion will shed light on the mental and maternal health of Black women, aiming to raise awareness, educate the community and address health-related issues impacting Black women and girls.
Please join us on February 29, 2024, in Hearing Room 1A in the Legislative Office Building, Hartford, CT from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM. The event is free and the public is encouraged to attend. For information contact: denise.drummond@cga.ct.gov
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In the Company of Women Luncheon

We are thrilled to announce JoAnn H. Price,  Co-Founder, Fairview Capital Partners, and Forbes’ 50 over 50 Honoree, as the 2024 In the Company of Women Luncheon Honorary Chair.

Keynote Speaker, Collette V. Smith, is the Founder and President of Believe N You, Inc.  She gained international fame when she became the NFL’s first African American female coach and the first female coach in NY Jets franchise history.

Collette made her NFL coaching debut with the NY Jets defensive backs in 2017 during Training Camp.

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Your support helps women like Dionne, a former school teacher, be a part of YW Tech, so she can prepare for a successful career in technology.

“I was so grateful to be a part of this incredible program! It’s in our neighborhood, it’s free, and you have the support you need to get through it!”

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We’re On a Mission in Greater Hartford

YWCA Hartford Region is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Our programs, services and advocacy help women and girls to bridge educational, career and financial gaps, preparing them for economic security and life-long stability.

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