Over 30 years ago, Nevada Women’s Lobby was founded to support and give voice to Nevada’s women and families and to promote issues affecting them before the state legislature and policymakers.
Please join us in Las Vegas on February 7, 2020, on the 100th Anniversary of Nevada’s ratification of the 19th amendment. We will honor Nevada’s pioneering women elected officials from the 2019 federal, state, and judicial branches.
Ticket & Table Levels
Suffragist: Single admission ticket… $150
Hannah Keziah Clapp: Single admission ticket plus VIP reception in honor of this education pioneer and suffragist, who founded Nevada’s first kindergarten, one of early Nevada’s most successful schools, the Sierra Seminary… $175
Lubertha Johnson: Affiliate table for 10 with recognition in the program and during event remarks in honor of this civil rights leader who was instrumental in establishing the NAACP in Las Vegas, serving two terms as president. She also founded Clark County’s first anti-poverty, self-help initiative, Operation Independence… $1,250
Sadie Dodson Hurst: Table for 10 with recognition in the program and during event remarks in honor of Nevada’s first female legislator who introduced AJ/CR 2, the resolution to amend the Constitution granting women suffrage, the 19th Amendment… $1,500
Bird Wilson: Table and VIP Reception for 10 as well as recognition in the program and during event remarks in honor of one of the first women licensed as an attorney in Nevada. She authored the suffrage campaign pamphlet “Women Under Nevada Laws”, 20,000 copies of which were distributed. She also organized the campaign in support of the suffrage amendment in Southern Nevada… $2,500
Felice Cohn: Table and VIP reception for 10, signage at VIP area, recognition in a half-page ad in program and in event remarks in honor of this outstanding attorney who drafted the 1911 resolution to amend the Nevada Constitution, which passed in 1914…$5,000
Anne Martin: Table and VIP reception for 10, signage at VIP area, recognition in a full-page ad in program and in event remarks in honor of founder and leader in the NV Equal Franchise Society who led the successful campaign to pass right of Nevada women to vote in 1914. She also advocated at the federal level and picketed the White House in support of the federal amendment. She was the first woman in the nation to run for US Senate…$10,000