Florida NeW Chapters Make Their Way to the State Capitol

April 21, 2009 | NeW Staff

Last Thursday, NeW members from the University of Florida and Florida State University hosted the first annual Florida Capitol NeW Day. Kala Kelly, founder of the FSU chapter, organized the event with the help from her father, Florida Representative Kurt Kelly. The women from these two Florida chapters hosted the conservative women from the Florida House to learn more about NeW and to garner conservative female support in the state. Both chapters enjoyed getting to experience the State Capitol in session, meet our home state legislators, and enjoy meeting fellow conservative female university students. NeW in Florida continues to grow, and we are excited for the future of female leaders in the Sunshine State. Here are a few pictures from the event.

Here are some women from the Florida NeW Chapters outside of the Old Florida Capitol.

From Left to Right: Kala Kelly, NeW at FSU Founder, Holly Hall, NeW at UF Founder, Rachel Kopec, Current NeW at UF President.

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