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Rep. Mark Veasey and special guest State Rep. Nicole Collier are hosting a discussion Saturday with female business leaders and activists across North Texas to discuss how women; especially women of color, can grow in the workforce and overcome gender stereotypes.

“We can’t wait any longer for pay equity,” Veasey said in a news release. “If working women in Texas were paid the same as men for equal work, the poverty rate would be reduced by 51 percent. That’s why I’m excited for a discussion with female leaders across North Texas to share how we can continue to elevate women and women of color in the workforce.”

The details:

Saturday, Feb. 9

10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

One Safe Place

1100 Hemphill St.

Fort Worth, TX 76104

U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey

Moderator: La Tonya Woodson


State Rep. Nicole Collier, District 95

Carol Klocek, CEO for Transforming Lives Lillie Biggins, former President of Texas Health Harris Methodist Fort Worth Olga Naranjo, Small Business Owner

Anette Soto Landeros, Hispanic Women’s Network

The event is free and open to the public.

– FWBP Staff

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