Thursday, July 29, 2010

Suzanne Bump Breakfast Event

A big THANK YOU to everyone who came out and made this event a great success!

The MWPC PAC is proud to support prominent women to elected offices. We had a great turnout at our event! Join the MWPC PAC in continuous support of our women candidates: click below to donate to our PAC and to read more about Suzanne Bump for State Auditor.

WOMEN for Suzanne Bump cordially invite you
to a breakfast fundraiser for
SUZANNE BUMP Candidate for State Auditor
The University of Massachusetts Club
225 Franklin Street, Boston, MA 
33rd Floor
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
7:30 A.M. - 9:00 A.M.

(Suzanne is a Clean Election Candidate and Qualifies for Matching Funds. 
Your Contribution, Up to $250, Will Be Matched)

Honorary Event Chair, Shannon O'Brien along with
Massachusetts Women's Political Caucus PAC

Host Committee

Alona Abalos
Laura Ackerman
Jennifer Armini
Frances Burke
Sheila Capone-Wulsin
Joyce Ferriabough-Bolling
Mary Fifield
Karen Grant
Carolynn Jones
Andrea Kramer
Patricia Lynch
Rosanne Bacon Meade
Natasha Perez
Priti Rao
Lauren Stiller Rikleen
Dorothy Turrell
Louise Venden

Please join us for a conversation with Suzanne Bump about the challenges facing Massachusetts women and families in these tough economic times and the best ways for government and the private sector to meet them going forward.

Further information on Suzanne:

As a former Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development in the Patrick administration, Bump worked to ensure that the concerns of working families during the recession were addressed. Now she is running for State Auditor to bring greater transparency and accountability to this critically important office.

Bump, a former state representative and selectman from Braintree, hopes to succeed outgoing Auditor Joseph DeNucci. In addition to her previous government service, she has held leadership roles in the private sector. Bump was an assistant vice president at the American Insurance Association, and vice president in government relations for Citigroup. As House chairwoman of the Commerce and Labor panel in the early 1990s, Bump helped oversee the development of worker's compensation reform. She is a committed progressive activist in Massachusetts who came out of political retirement in 2006 to co-chair Deval Patrick's campaign for Governor. 
For recent news on the campaign please visit:

Empower Peace

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 You're invited...

Dear Friends,
As the Executive Director of the Massachusetts Women's Political Caucus I'd like to invite you to the 5th Annual Empower Peace Women2Women International Leadership Reception, an event that will welcome international female leaders to the city of Boston. Founded in 2006, by MWPC's Former Good Guys honoree, Rick Rendon, the Women2Women program builds connections between young women in the United States and those in the Arab world.

The leadership skills, cultural competency, and network of peers provided through the program enables these young women to make a difference in their communities. This event serves as part of Empower Peace, an organization which aims to bridge cultural and communication divides between international youths. Please join us in supporting this outstanding organization. I hope to see you on August 5th!

Priti Rao
MWPC Executive Director

Women2Women Reception for
Empower Peace
Please join Rick Rendon, The Rendon Group
and Empower Peace
as we welcome over 100 young women leaders
from over 20 countries to
Boston, USA!

Thursday, August 5, 2010
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
The State Room
60 State Street, 33rd Floor
Boston, Massachusetts

 Refreshments will be provided
To R.S.V.P. contact Kristin Wagner at or call 617-912-3834


Suggested Donations:
Help Sponsor One Delegate: $75.00
Help Sponsor Two Delegates: $150.00
Make Check Payable to
Empower Peace
Donations are Tax Deductible. Empower Peace is a 501(c)3 non-profit

Event Honorees

Torch Bearer Awards:
Joan Menard, State Senator, Majority Whip
Martha Coakley, Massachusetts Attorney General
Andrea Cabral, Sheriff, Suffolk County

Special Guests:
Therese Murray, President, Massachusetts State Senate
Niki Tsongas, United States Congresswomen

Wednesday, July 28, 2010