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Women in Planning + Development is a non-profit organization founded in 1992 to provide leadership, networking, and educational opportunities to women in the fields of planning and development. WP+D offers services, support, programs, and information to promote the professional advancement of its members, fosters a civic and social commitment through the provision of pro bono services and the dissemination of information to advocate for positive change, recognizes that many individuals and organizations have made significant contributions to the field of planning and development and seeks to acknowledge achievements and new concepts by providing a forum for discussion.
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Thursday, February 12, 2009 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Women in Planning and Development
Women in Planning and Development 2009 Distinguished Speaker Series will focus on the Burnham Centennial. Working with Jan Metzer, author of “What would Jane say?” we are developing a series that reflects the female perspective of the Burnham Plan. The series will include the following presentations: [MORE]