Cambridge College Hosts Massachusetts Women's Forum

Cambridge College hosted the Massachusetts Women's Forum (MWF)
Cambridge College hosted the Massachusetts Women's Forum (MWF)

Cambridge College hosted the Massachusetts Women's Forum (MWF) with a panel discussion on Boston's education system.  The panel, "Women of Color Driving Change in Boston's Public Education System: How history informs today's solutions to closing the learning disparity gap" was moderated by Tulaine Montgomery, Managing Partner of the Pathways Fund at New Profit in Boston.  Guest panelists included our very own Dean of Students Regina Robinson, and Vanessa Calderon-Rosado, Chief Executive Officer of IBA - Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion, a community building organization that empowers Latino communities.  

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The Massachusetts Women’s Forum was founded in 1991 with the purpose of bringing together women leaders across industries and sectors to enrich and enhance professional development, encourage exposure to a broad spectrum of ideas, provide opportunities for new relationships, and to validate the contributions women are making to our Commonwealth. The MWF is a chapter of the International Women’s Forum (IWF), a group of over 4,000 impressive female leaders throughout the world.  

To learn more about MWF,  please visit their website: http://masswomensforum.org/