“The US Election System…” with Nancy Tate

From Jonathan Rosenbaum, LWVWV President,
There is an amazing opportunity to attend panel discussions, public lectures, and classroom discussions (Suffrage, How does LWV make decisions) which are all open to the public, with past LWVUS Exective Director, Nancy Tate at the University of Charleston from Tuesday 23 to Thursday 26.

Our own Becky Cain-Ceperly who served as LWVWV President (1983-1987) and LWVUS President (1992-1998) will take part on one of the panels!

If you are in the area and cannot attend any of the daytime events, please consider attending “The US Election System. How it Works and Why it Matters” with Nancy Tate as speaker. This event will take place Tuesday, October 24, 2017 from 6:00pm – 7:30pm in the Erma Byrd Gallery, third floor of Riggleman Hall, University of Charleston campus.

If you need directions on how to get to any particular session please contact:

Bradford W. Deel, J.D. | braddeel@ucwv.edu | (304) 357-4701

Nancy Tate Bio: Before taking over leadership of the League in 1994, Tate was the Chief Operating Officer at the National Academy of Public Administration, an independent, nonprofit organization working to improve the effectiveness of government at all levels. She has also served as a senior administrator in a management consulting firm and worked at the federal Department of Energy, Department of Education, and Office of Economic Opportunity. She is an elected member of the National Academy of Public Administration. Tate also serves on the Advisory Committee of George Washington University’s School of Public Policy and Public Administration and as a citizen representative on the Audit Commission of Arlington County, VA. She has a BA in political science from Stanford University and a Master’s degree in public administration from George Washington University.

Tate is the co-chair of the 2020 Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative, a national collaborative effort to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, recognizing the right of women to vote.