We need more women leaders. You can help! Sign up and/or nominate someone for the #RunAsYouAre2019 Training on Saturday, July 27 at Bristol Community College, Fall River Campus. 


You know someone who has a passion to serve her community, intelligence, life experience, and an ability to problem-solve and learn. We all do. Someone who should be a leader but may or may not see herself that way? You have the power to encourage and elevate her by nominating her to attend VoteRunLead's #RunAsYouAre training at Bristol Community College, Fall River for women to learn how to run for office and win!


We also strongly encourage you to register yourself if you are interested in learning how to run a campaign and win!


This full day workshop will teach the framework to develop a platform, plan back office infrastructure and begin planning for a successful campaign. Designed to be non-partisan, it will also connect participants to local resources.

To nominate a woman and to register:

  • #NominateAWoman to run and you both get free admission. Fill out the brief nomination form here.

  • Then register for tickets here.


Event Details:

Saturday, July 27 from 8:30 AM-4:00 PM

Women's Center

Bristol Community College, Building C, Room 120

777 Elsbree Street

Fall River, MA 02720


We are working with the YWCA Southeastern MA to make child care available. More information coming shortly.


Southeastern MA participants will also have the opportunity to carpool - stay tuned for more information on this as well.



Contact Audrey Spina at aspina@womensfundsema.org or at 508-717-0283.


This event is facilitated by VoteRunLead and brought to you by the Women’s Fund of Southeastern MA and the Women's Fund of Rhode Island. It is made possible with additional support from Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, Rhode Island Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea, Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner and the Rhode Island Coalition of Labor Union Women. Additional partners include YWCA Southeastern MA and the Women's Center at Bristol Community College.

The Women’s Fund advances economic security for women and girls in Southeastern MA, promoting equity across race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, gender identity and country of origin.  We build partnerships and use our voice, advocacy, and grantmaking to foster a more just region.

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The Women's Fund is a Fund of the Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts

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