NeW’s Highlights from Raleigh

September 14, 2009 | NeW Staff

NeW headed to Raleigh for the Conservative Leadership Conference in Raleigh this past weekend. What a great time NeW had networking North Carolina conservatives, listening to speakers, hosting our booth, and meeting with our fabulous North Carolina Chapters!  A special thanks to Jessica Custer, Civitas Institute policy analyst and NeW alumna, for inviting us and hosting us.  Congratulations to NeW Presidents Anna Beavon Gravely from Meredith College and Kelsey Jackson from UNC Chapel Hill for getting off to a great start with their NeW chapters!  Here are some of our best highlights from the weekend…

Jessica Custer and Holly Carter, NeW Founders at UF, still passionate about NeW!

Join the NeW Movement! A special thanks to our PR Intern, Rachel Kopec, for creating these fabulous fliers to pass out to conference attendees.

A full picture of the NeW booth.  Lots of pink, we definitely stood out!

Jessica and Holly teach Anna Beavon how to do the “W” as a NeW woman!

NeW members with former Miss California, Carrie Prejean, one of the conference speakers.

NeW Executive Director with the fabulous NeW women from Meredith College. 

NeW Founders in North Carolina’s Capital City! From left to right, Kelsey Jackson from Chapel Hill, Holly Carter and Jessica Custer from UF, and Anna Beavon from Meredith.

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