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September 2019 BRW Luncheon Meeting

When:
Tuesday, September 17, 2019, 11:15 AM until 1:15 PM
Where:
The Boulder Cork
3295 30th Street
Boulder, CO  80301
Category:
Member Meetings & Events
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Or At Event
11:15 Check in
11:40 Call to order
11:45 Beginning of lunch service
1:15 Adjourn
$23.00

Hadley Heath Manning

BUILDING CONFIDENCE THROUGH EMPOWERMENT

 

Hadley Heath Manning, Director of Policy at Independent Women’s Forum*, will be our speaker on September 17. She is well-versed in many topics and frequently comments on health care, entitlements and economic policy. She plans to explain many of the policy topics that will be the backdrop of next year’s elections by talking about “Countering the Left’s Pandering with Real Empowerment”. 

 

Among numerous recognitions, Hadley was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list in Law and Policy. The RNC honored Hadley as a Rising Star. She also completed the National Review Institute’s Washington Fellowship. 

 

Hadley has appeared in many media outlets, including Fox Business’ Stossel Show, Fox News’ Your World with Neil Cavuto, and publications including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, POLITICO, Roll Call, Real Clear Policy, National Review and Huffington Post. 

 

Hadley graduated with distinction from the University of North Carolina in 2010 as a Morehead- Cain Scholar with a double major in journalism and economics. She lives in Denver with her husband and children. 

 

*Independent Women's Forum is dedicated to advancing policies, which enhance people’s freedom, choices, and opportunities. They work to engage and inform women and create a community to discuss the impact of how policy issues – including paid leave, health care, taxes, energy, minimum wage, and education – impact them and their families.