By Chris DeBenedetti
Monday, August 26th, 2013 at 10:07 am in Uncategorized.
As election season starts to heat up, we (and you) will be seeing more of these announcements …
Ro Khanna to Celebrate Women’s Equality Day
Congressional Candidate Ro Khanna to release his Women in the Workplace Agenda with grassroots supporters
FREMONT, CA – With Women’s Equality Day just around the corner, Ro Khanna, 17th District Congressional Candidate, will be releasing his Women in the Workplace Agenda at his campaign headquarters in Fremont. While America has made great strides over the last century, Ro believes there is still much more that we must do to address pervasive inequity in opportunity for women. That’s why Ro is focused on engaging stakeholders across the district in developing innovative and bold plans to promote family friendly work environments, remove workplace inequality, increase women in the STEM fields, and support women entrepreneurs.
WHAT: Celebration and Release of Women in the Workplace Agenda
WHEN: 7:00 – 8:00PM, Monday, August 26, 2014
WHO: Ro Khanna, Candidate for Congress (CA-17)
WHERE: Ro for Congress Campaign Headquarters
43255 Mission Blvd
Fremont, CA 94539
Ro Khanna has been busy hosting women’s roundtables, working with the campaign’s Women for the Arts, Education, & Technology Advisory Council, and engaging forward-looking companies about how to best address inequity in opportunity for women.
Ro Khanna is a candidate for Congress in California’s 17th district, which encompasses the heart of Silicon Valley. Since announcing his campaign for Congress in early April, Ro Khanna has received key endorsements from Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom, local elected leaders including Mayor Orrin Mahoney of Cupertino and Mayor Estevez of Milpitas, and over 100 of the leading job creators and innovation luminaries in Silicon Valley including Sheryl Sandberg, Marissa Mayer and Marc Andreessen. Ro for Congress is focused on building a technology and grassroots driven 21st century campaign that utilizes and improves upon the best practices deployed by both Obama campaigns. A longtime Bay Area resident, Ro returned to Fremont after a two-year stint serving as Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of Commerce in the Obama Administration. In addition to running for Congress, he is also currently a Silicon Valley technology lawyer, professor of economics at Stanford University and professor of law at Santa Clara University. Ro’s book on manufacturing, Entrepreneurial Nation: Why Manufacturing is Still Key to America’s Future, has won widespread praise for its strategies for keeping the best companies, jobs and opportunities in America.