At Genesis, we know that domestic violence is not a private issue and one in four women will be affected in her lifetime. In Corporate America, over 8 billion dollars are lost each year due to domestic abuse. The Genesis Lecture Series consists of four educational lunch presentations, focused on informing guests on timely topics while arming attendees with the knowledge needed to make a difference within their own companies, families and communities. Please join us for this year’s Lecture Series, A Century in the Making, as we celebrate the 19th Amendment Centennial, recognizing the women who have paved the way for equal rights throughout the last century.
A CENTURY IN THE MAKING: GENDER EQUALITY
FOUR-PART SERIES SCHEDULE
- February 26 - Part One: The Evolution of Women Right’s in the Legal System
This lecture will focus on the evolution of women’s legal rights beginning with the passage of the 19th Amendment.
- April 8 - Part Two: The Evolution of Technology – A New Weapon
The second lecture will highlight how domestic violence has changed with the technological developments in recent years.
- September 2 - Part Three: The Evolution of Understanding Mental Health & Trauma
The third lecture will focus on how our understanding and treatment of mental health and how it affects women has evolved over the last century.
- November 4 - Part Four: The Evolution of the Solution
The final lecture in the series will make a call to action for attendees to fight for women’s rights in their own homes and communities by affecting legislation, consistently voting and supporting local women’s organizations.
All sessions will be held at Meadows Museum in Jones Great Hall on the campus of Southern Methodist University. For each session, registration will begin at 11:45 a.m. and the presentation and lunch will start promptly at noon.
Due to limited seating, we must be able to confirm your registration in advance of the event, and will be sending reminders and invitations before each session. We look forward to seeing you this season!