For Women's History Month, SEACC is hosting a Telephone Town Hall featuring the voices of women in conservation leadership!
On Tuesday, March 31, from 6:30-7:30 p.m., three powerful leaders in the world of conservation — Executive Director of the Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission Tis Peterman, SEACC Executive Director Meredith Trainor and SEACC Environmental Policy Analyst Sally Schlichting — will share their insights, knowledge and experiences and be available for questions from callers.
Gather your questions about conservation issues facing Southeast's communities and be by your phone at the time of the event, and SEACC will call YOU if you RSVP. RVSP below by filling out the form beneath this post.
When you RSVP, you will also receive a number that you can call into that evening in case you miss us the first time. You must enter your phone number to RSVP and receive the call-in, and we also invite you to share your email and mailing address with us, especially in these times of social distancing.
SEACC is also using a new digital tool for this event that will allow you to use your touchpad to take actions like calling U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski's office directly from the call.
Thank you for interest in our Telephone Town Hall! We look forward to having a vigorous discussion about conservation, leadership and climate change in our state.