Save The Children Event to Feature Anne-Marie Slaughter, a Leading Voice for Gender Equality

Save the Children’s 4th annual book talk, featuring special guest Anne-Marie Slaughter – a leading voice for gender equality is set for 6:30pm on Monday, April 23, 2018 at Burning Tree Country Club.

Anne-Marie reignited the debate about work-life balance with her 2012 blockbuster article and subsequent book Unfinished Business, named one of the best books of the year. Her TED Talk delving deep into this complex topic is among the most watched presented by a women.

Anne Marie Slaughter will share her insights on gender equality which she first presented in “Why Women Still Can’t Have it All,” one of the most read articles in the Atlantic, and expanded in her recent book.

Anne-Marie and Yeva Avakyan, Associate VP of Gender Equality and Girls’ Empowerment at Save the Children, will then discuss what it takes to close the gender gap and enable all children to thrive in our changing world.

The reception will be followed by an inspiring conversation with Anne-Marie Slaughter and leaders from Save the Children.

Save the Children’s Center for Girls and Gender Equality will receive 100% of the ticket purchases and donations from this event.

Burning Tree Country Club is located at 120 Perkins Rd in Greenwich.

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