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National Women's Bicycling Forum Agenda

Back for its third year, the 2014 National Women's Bicycling Forum will bring together and mobilize diverse leaders to increase the number of women on bikes in the United States. See the detailed agenda at www.bikeleague.org/forum
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: News & Politics      

Transcripts - National Women's Bicycling Forum Agenda

  • 1. 2014 National PROGRAM Women’s Bicycling Forum Themes and sessions at the 2014 Women’s Forum: Full agenda at bikeleague.org/forum Equity INSPIRATION Hear six inspiring TED-style talks from leaders like Shannon Galpin (pictured), an internationally known advocate, empowering women in conflict zones and working with the Afghan Women’s Cycling Team LEADERSHIP Learn how to succeed, excel and lead in the bike movement, including insight from Shellie Pfohl, executive director of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition (pictured left) ADVOCACY New Research Take home tangible ideas from diverse outreach campaigns, like Women Bike PHL’s “Girls Scouts on Wheels,” and WE Bike NYC’s “Mujeres en Movimiento” (pictured) STORYTELLING Delve into how great storytelling can engage more women in bicycling and elevate your work, with experts like Leah Flickinger of Bicycling magazine and Hillary Benjamin of Rapha (image right). Equity Equity Equity Equity Equity BUILDING THE MOVEMENT Terry O’Neill, president of the National Organization for Women (pictured), will share her insight and join a plenary discussion about how to organize diverse stakeholders and grow the Women Bike movement EDUCATION Discover innovative education strategies that are engaging women in new ways — from the streets to the trails — including Alabama’s Magic City Cycle Chix (pictured) and NYC Bike Trains FUN & AFFINITY From Red, Bike & Green Atlanta (pictured) to San Jose Bike Party to BikeMamaDelphia, fun and affinity are mobilizing new riders in communities nationwide — hear some of their stories STREETFILMS Eager to use new media to share stories and get your message out? Clarence Eckerson of Streetfilms (pictured) leads a dynamic session that will teach you to make high quality videos with just an iPhone POP-UP SHOP Meet 25 veteran and up-and-coming female entrepreneurs, like Maria Boustead of Po Campo (pictured), and browse their bicycling-related products in the Women Bike Pop-up Shop Register today: bikeleague.org/FORUM

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