Westchester Women's Symposium shares stories of powerful women who persisted against the odds

The event, which was organized by UJA Westchester, brought together several hundred women and a long list of female speakers at the top of their game in business, politics, social media and the nonprofit sector.

Lee Danuff

Mar 6, 2024, 8:33 PM

Updated 44 days ago

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There was no shortage of powerful voices hoping to inspire at a large gathering in Scarsdale Wednesday during the first week of Women's History Month.
Former first daughter and author/producer Chelsea Clinton was on the stage with News 12's Tara Rosenblum, delivering the keynote at the annual Westchester Women's Symposium at the JCC Mid-Westchester.
The event, which was organized by UJA Westchester, brought together several hundred women and a long list of female speakers at the top of their game in business, politics, social media and the nonprofit sector.
A lot of the speakers focused their messaging on stories of women around the world who have persisted against all the odds - and finding ways to fight back locally against rising antisemitism.


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