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National Women's Political Caucus Diversity Committee Webinar

01:07:00

Jun 6, 2020 12:52 PM

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Speakers

Dr. Carmen Schaye
VP of Diversity and Outreach @National Women's Political Caucus
Dr. Carmen Schaye serves as National Vice President of Diversity of the National Women’s Political Caucus, Washington DC. Dr. Schaye is a lifelong activist in community development and enfranchisement of all peoples. Carmen Schaye is a LA County Commissioner for the Women and Girl’s Initiative and a representative to the LA County and City Purposeful Aging Initiative. Carmen’s professional career spans three decades as a University Professor of History, Diversity, Women’s Studies and Ethnic Studies. Carmen holds a doctorate degree in Institutional Management from Pepperdine University, a master’s degree in Educational Psychology and a master’s degree in Mexican American History from Cal State University, Northridge and served as Director of Diversity, Gender Equity, and Title IX compliance. Dr. Schaye is the co-owner of Historic Homes Restorations, dedicated to the preservation Historic Homes in the US.
Emiliana Guereca
Founder @Women's March Foundation
Emiliana Guereca is an activist, feminist, entrepreneur and President of Women’s March Foundation, which she founded in 2016. She is the driving force behind 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 official Women’s Marches in Los Angeles. Emiliana devotes much of her time to advocacy programs for women’s rights, Latino education, and gender equality and has served as a bridge between community organizations and coalition building that spans national levels. Emiliana’s most recent endeavor includes launching Women’s March Action, the 501(c)4 political arm of Women’s March Foundation. Personally, Emiliana is proud to serve her Latin community and has also built roots in the Jewish community, as she raises her family in the Jewish faith. Emiliana has been awarded the National Women's Political Caucus: Women of Courage Award 2019, the State of California: Pioneer Women of 2017-2018 Award, the HOPE: Latina of the year 2019, Rosa Parks award NAACP 2020. As seen & heard on Politico, NPR,ABC NBC, CNN.
Dawn Lott, Esq.
Executive Director @Suffolk County Division of Human Rights
Ms. Lott obtained her Bachelors of Science from Cornell University, School of Industrial and Labor Relations and her Juris Doctorate from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Past President of the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association, Ms. Lott is currently the Executive Director for the S.C. Human Rights Commission where she strives to ensure that the Commission continues to be a vital vehicle for the enforcement of human rights for all Suffolk County residents. Ms. Lott is active in numerous associations and is committed to giving back to her community. President of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Rho Omega Zeta Graduate Chapter; 2nd Vice Chair of Girl Scouts of Suffolk County; Past-President and Director of Amistad Long Island Black Bar Association; Long Island Head Start Board Member; Member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Long Island Chapter, and the NAACP. Ms. Lott also serves as NWPC’s VP for Development.