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Celebrate another year of NeW at our annual anniversary dinner

NeW held its first meeting on September 29 at the University of Virginia. Each September, chapters across the country honor NeW’s Anniversary by hosting speakers, book club meetings, and recruiting dessert parties and NeW DC hosts an Annual Leadership Dinner in Washington, DC.

Rejected by campus feminists and frustrated by the lack of conservative principles in campus conversations, a group of women led by Karin Agness at the University of Virginia sought to cultivate a community of conservative women. Within six months, students at other universities heard about NeW and wanted to start chapters of their own. NeW has continued to spread one chapter at a time as young women across the country want to be a part of a group that not only educates, but empowers conservative women.

NeW Members Celebrate the 2017 Anniversary Dinner with Guest Speaker, Genevieve Wood

On September 28, 2017, NeW celebrated the 13th Anniversary of its creation at Sixth Engine in Washington, DC.  At the dinner, Genevieve Wood, Senior Communications Advisor at The Heritage Foundation and Senior Contributor to The Daily Signal, was the the featured speaker. 

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2017 Anniversary Dinner Photo Gallery

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2016 Anniversary Dinner Photo Gallery

Past Anniversary Dinner Events

On September 29, 2015 NeW celebrated our 11th Anniversary at Sixth Engine in Washington, DC. The evening was filled with strong women, great conversation, and good food. The highlight of the evening was undoubtedly the address from Alison Acosta Fraser, the Managing Director of Research and Policy at the Charles Koch Institute. Alison’s speech was entitled...

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