South Brunswick's Task Force on Women's Leadership was founded in 1996 by Debra Johnson (who would go on to become the first directly elected Black Mayor of South Brunswick in 1997) for the express purpose of promoting leadership skills to our high school girls. In 2000 the Task Force on Women's Leadership was renamed the South Brunswick Commission on Women. The new group's purpose widened to include Domestic Violence Awareness. The South Brunswick Commission on Women is run on a strictly volunteer basis. Its members are appointed by the mayor and are granted commissions of varying lengths of time. The membership includes adults and high school students. Each spring, the Commission sponsors a Women’s Leadership Conference. This event brings together female students as well as adults, and leaders from our community and beyond; all working toward the goal that today’s young women become tomorrow’s leaders.
Our meetings are open to the public. Meetings are typically held the first and third Wednesday of the month.
Our next scheduled meetings will take place in Rooms A&B of the Utility Building (South Brunswick Municipal Township Building Campus) on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month beginning in September 2023.
The door will be open from 6:15pm.
Join the Commission as a volunteer and help with the coordination of our Leadership Conference, Domestic Violence event and other activities throughout the year and earn community service hours!
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