Career Q&A with Wendy Davis [WEBINAR]

Wendy Davis is a widely recognized leader on women’s equality, best known for her historic 13-hour filibuster on the floor of the Texas State Senate to kill a legislative effort aimed at dramatically reducing women’s access to abortion care.

Tune in to hear the story behind Wendy’s exceptional career path and learn how this boss has crafted a career with passion and purpose. You’ll even hear how you can start on the same path by getting involved in your community now with Wendy’s new initiative, Deeds Not Words.

Chat with us on Twitter before, during, and after the LIVE broadcast on Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at 1pm ET: @EmilieAries or @BossedUpOrg for Emilie and @WendyDavis for Wendy!

About Wendy Davis

Wendy Davis is the founder of Deeds Not Words, an advocacy initiative that empowers millennial women to channel their passion and energy on issues of gender equality into actionable change. She was previously a Texas state senator and candidate for governor of Texas, who fought tirelessly for reproductive rights, equal pay for women, justice for sexual assault survivors, affordable quality education and equality for the LGBTQ community. Wendy’s public service career spans 3 decades, serving as a Fort Worth city councilperson for 9 years prior to her election to the Texas State Senate.

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