LEAGUES OF WOMEN VOTERS
OF SANTA CLARA COUNTY
                                Making Democracy Work

When

Thursday, January 24, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM PST
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Where

Cupertino Quinlan Center 
10185 N Stelling Road
Cupertino, CA 95014
 

 
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Contact

LWV Cupertino-Sunnyvale 
LWV Santa Clara County Council 
408-730-4413 
communications@lwvcs.org 
 

 LWV Santa Clara County Council Invites You to Participate in

League Transformation with

Helen Hutchison  

Tesla Coil sparks

Into the Future with

the League of Women Voters...

What will the League look like in its next century? What can we do now to assure the continued relevance and visibility of the League of Women Voters? Helen Hutchison, LWVC President, will discuss the actions the League is taking, nationally and statewide, to meet the challenges of the future: What will the League look like in its next century?  What can we do now to assure the continued relevance and visibility of the League of Women Voters? 

Helen Hutchinson Helen Hutchison, Oakland League, is President of the League of Women Voters of California, having joined the board first as the Government Director and then as the Second Vice President for Advocacy and Program in 2008. While serving the state League, she has been active in strategic planning, initiative and referendum reform, human resources, training, legislation, ballot measures, and redistricting. 

She has been a member of the League of Women Voters since 1969. She and her family have moved around the country, providing many opportunities to join Leagues in different cities: Claremont, California; Newton, Massachusetts; Los Angeles; Claremont (again); Clackamas County, Oregon; DeKalb County, Georgia; and she was the president of the LWV Oakland from 2003 to 2007. She served on the Boards of the Claremont, Clackamas County and Oakland Leagues in a variety of roles. Each League has provided new areas to learn about and get active in. Professionally, Helen is a retired computer systems analyst.