CAPITOL WELLNESS EXPO 2013
Capitol Wellness Expo -- exhibits, speakers, networking -- May 24, 2013,
12noon to 5pm, Cannon House Office Building, Rooms 121 and 122.
Free Admission. All are welcome.
Before her congressional service, President Jimmy Carter appointed her to serve as the first woman to chair the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She came to Congress as a national figure who had been a civil rights and feminist leader, tenured professor of law, and board member at three Fortune 500 companies. Congresswoman Norton has been named one of the 100 most important American women in one survey and one of the most powerful women in Washington in another. The Congresswoman's work for full congressional voting representation and for full democracy for the people of the District of Columbia continues her lifelong struggle for universal human and civil rights.
Washington D.C.’s Coalition of Voice for HOPE-Healers Of Planet Earth in cooperation with
and the May 23-25 HOPE on the Hill program
Voice for HOPE - Healers Of Planet Earth presents
HEALTH on the Hill – Technology . Healing . Education FAIR
Lutheran Church of the Reformation, Lower Level 212 East Capitol Street, Washington, DC 20003
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Denise Lewis Premschak, Voice for HOPE - graphics and flier design.
Jim Turner, Swankin & Turner
Steven Shafarman, FlexAware - provided planning and other assistance during the event.
Susan Lowell, Voice for HOPE - provided planning and other assistance during the event.
Rebecca Pettingill, Voice for HOPE - provided planning and other assistance during the event.
Jim Disbrow - filming, with assistance from Joan Sunday.
Carlo La Porta, Capital Sun Group - helped with conference logistics.
Michael Ostrolenk, Global Integral Solutions
Bruce McBarnette recently set the US record in the high jump for men 55 and over with a leap of 6 feet, 1 inches.