The University of Central Arkansas Women’s Leadership Network will host a “Women in Politics” panel Tuesday, Nov. 7 from 6 – 8 p.m. in the Brewer-Hegeman Conference Center on the campus of UCA in Conway.

“This panel discussion is not a political debate. It’s an opportunity to engage women in the political process and encourage women to consider politics as a viable leadership option,” said Shelley Mehl, associate vice president for the Division of Outreach and Community Engagement.

Panelists include:

Jane English, Arkansas State Senator
Vivian Flowers, Arkansas State Representative
Shelia Isby, Conway City Council Member
Julie McDonald, Faulkner County Democratic Women
Diane Robinson, Conway Public Schools Board Member
Crystal Taylor, Faulkner County Circuit Clerk, and Faulkner County Republican Women Vice President

Women who are interested in politics are encouraged to attend. This event is free and open to the public. For more information or to RSVP, visit uca.edu/outreach/women.

The Women’s Leadership Network is a network created for women, by women, to support women who are seasoned or aspirant leaders in the home, at work or in the community. The purpose of the network is to provide opportunities for women to connect from various backgrounds in and around Conway.