In October, we “lunched from home” with Marie Neisess, president of the Clark County Education Association, and Natha Anderson, president of the Washoe Education Association who discussed the impact school reopenings have had on teachers and their concerns for the education and wellbeing of Nevada’s children.
It is more important now than ever that we maintain our connectedness while respecting the need for social distancing. To help us stay connected with you, we are adapting our Northern Nevada monthly luncheon into a statewide event we are calling Lunch from Home with the Lobby. Like our monthly luncheons in
Each year, our lobbyist Marlene Lockard prepares a recap of what happened at the state legislature concerning bills that Nevada Women’s Lobby was for or against. There is so much good news this legislative session that this may be the longest recap we have seen thus far. Click here to
The Trump Administration continues its attack on public lands and environmental protections. But this land is our land… and our state is pushing back! Join us Tuesday, September 3, to hear from Assemblywoman Sarah Peters, a first time elected official and environmental engineer, who will speak about the future of