International Women’s Day
Please Join us to celebrate the INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY in partnership with the American Legion Post 315, and the UNA-USA Marin Chapter.
The United Nations Association of San Francisco is pleased to bring to you Equal Justice for Women, a special program in celebration of International Women's Day. The program explores the impact of gender equality and UN SDG #16 by bringing together leaders who champion gender parity locally and on the national stage. Our conversation will take a deep dive into the ways women strive for equality in work, education, family violence and human rights.
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General Public: $10
Free for Students, UNA Members & American Legion
Appetizers and Refreshments will be served.
Moderator: Tracey Milligan, Chair of UNA-SF Women’s Committee.
LATISHA TAYLOR, CEO and Founder of HealthMeasurednet. Latisha’s entry was selected as a finalist in Silicon Valley’s Premiere Business Pitch Competition for addressing the gap in employer health awareness and disease prevention. She also spoke at the United Nations on measurable preventable health conditions, and is the Global Vice Director of Sponsorship Partners for Women' Entrepreneurship Day Organization, an NGO with a mission and movement to empower women in business alleviate poverty.
Nancy O’Malley, District Attorney, Alameda County, is the first elected women in 2010 to the office. She is a nationally recognized expert on violence against women, sexual assault, stalking, human exploitation, and trafficking.
HEDIANA UTATI, Ph.D., Anti-Trafficking Program Coordinator, Asian Women’s Shelter. Hediana is the Anti-Trafficking Program Coordinator/Community Advocate for the Asian Women’s Shelter. She produces training in social justice cases related to domestic violence, trafficking, anti-homophobia, cultural competency, and volunteer/intern program development. The Asian Women’s Center provides a 24-hour crisis line and services in 40-plus languages.
MICHAEL E. HARTMANN, J.D., SF District Attorney’s Office, Former UNAMA Director of Rule of Law in Kabul. Michael rejoined the SF District Attorney’s Office in 2018 after 20 years overseas; his last 5+ years as UNAMA’s Director of Rule of Law in Kabul. His international work was primarily with UN peacekeeping missions, including 10+ years total in Afghanistan (anti-corruption, penal code revision). He prosecuted war crimes, rape and corruption in 5+ years as the first UN International Prosecutor for UNMIK (Kosovo), and as Sr. Crown Prosecutor for the Solomon Islands