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C.W. Post's Long Island Women's Institute Sponsores: "Ready, Set, Lead!"

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Partnership to Advance Women Leaders (PAWL) will host a panel discussion to encourage college-age women to examine the role of women in the political arena in all fields of endeavor.

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Brookville, N.Y. -- The Long Island Women's Institute at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University and the Partnership to Advance Women Leaders (PAWL) will host a panel discussion to encourage college-age women to examine the role of women in the political arena in all fields of endeavor.

"Ready, Set, Lead! Empowering Women in the Political Process," will be held Wednesday, September 21 at 6 p.m. in the Great Hall of Winnick House on the C.W. Post Campus, 720 Northern Boulevard in Brookville. Leading the discussion will be some of Long Island's most successful women leaders, including Linda Kevins, Vice President of the Women's Bar Association of New York, who will deliver the keynote address.

The event, which is free and open to the public, is targeted to students interested in all fields. A select group of students from area colleges and universities will be invited to attend.

Panelists include:
Karen Bodner, matrimonial attorney, Stanley Hirsch, P.C., former School Board Trustee, Board Member of Asperger Syndrome & High Functioning Autism Association, Executive Board Member of Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation
Barbara Gervase, Esq., matrimonial attorney, Senior Partner at Gervase & Vallone, P.C., Immediate Past President of the Nassau County Women's Bar Association
Arlene K. Haims, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF, Chief Operating Officer at Haims Insurance Group, financial advisor and registered representative of New England securities, insurance specialist
Amy Hsu, Esq., Supervising Attorney, Rotondo & Associates, P.C., Jericho, N.Y., Vice Co-Chair of the Women in the Courts Committee, Nassau County Bar Association
Linda Kevins, Esq., Principal Law Secretary to the Honorable Hope Schwartz Zimmerman, A.J.S.C., Supervising Judge of the Matrimonial Center, Nassau County Supreme Court; former Principal Law Secretary to the late Honorable Robert Ross, J.S.C., Vice President of the Women's Bar Association of the State of New York; Vice Co-Chair of the Women in the Courts Committee, Nassau County Bar Association
Glenn S. Liebman, CPA/ABV, Partner, Klein Liebman & Gresen, LLC, a business valuation and forensic accounting firm
Dr. Ann-Leslie Zaslav, Head of Cytogenetics, Associate Professor of Pathology, Stony Brook University Medical Center, and Adjunct Professor of Biology at C.W. Post.

"The panel discussion is designed to empower young women to see themselves as individuals capable of change," said Dr. Roslyn Muraskin, director of the C.W. Post's Long Island Women's Institute. "It is our goal through this event to mentor emerging student leaders and help them find themselves in a world where women are under-represented on decision-making bodies."
The Partnership to Advance Women Leaders is an organization of women and like-minded men formed to create a more representative democracy by increasing female leadership.

The C.W. Post Long Island Women's Institute (LIWI), now in its 20th year, sponsors lectures and forums on a range of topics affecting women, including pay equity, health and wellness, training and development and financial investment strategies. LIWI augments the academic programs of the C.W. Post College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, a well-established, widely acclaimed center for liberal arts education.

The C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University is located at 720 Northern Blvd. in Brookville, N.Y. For more information, contact the Long Island Women's Institute at 516-299-3146 or www.liu.edu/cwpost/women or email LIWI@cwpost.liu.edu.