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Washington, DC: The Network of enlightened Women (NeW) is announcing that our first 2017 National Conference speakers are confirmed. Speakers include the Honorable Rebecca Kleefisch, Lt. Gov. of Wisconsin, Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Senior Fellow at The Manhattan Institute, and Sally Pipes, President and CEO of The Pacific Research Institute.

“We’re very excited to move forward planning one of our most successful events of the year,” said Karin Agness, Founder and President of NeW. “We have a strong line-up of speakers already and I’m thrilled they will be joining us at our conference this upcoming year.”

The 2017 National Conference will be held from June 22-23 at The Heritage Foundation.

More than 200 women from all over the nation gather in DC at the annual conferences. NeW is the nation’s premier organization for conservative university women and has over 32 Chapters in 12 different states and Washington, DC. Register for the Conference here.

For more information about the 2017 National Conference and for media inquiries, please contact Diana Stancy at diana@enlightenedwomen.org.

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