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League of Women Voters presentation

League of Women Voters presentation In-Person

This month's speaker is Melanie Bull.

Melanie is a seasoned policy professional with over a decade of experience working with Tennessee State Government, as well as grassroots voting work. Her policy experience has been in, healthcare, education, voting and accessibility legislation. She first interned with the Tennessee General Assembly, worked for the Tennessee Primary Care Association and moved to serve as Public Policy Director at the Tennessee Disability Coalition. She is currently the Senior Associate at Schmidt Government Solutions. Melanie grew up in East Tennessee and moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University where she received a degree in Political Science and a minor in Economics. She has called Nashville home for the past 16 years.

The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan volunteer organization that promotes engaged, informed, and active participation in government. Since the creation of the national organization 100 years ago — before women were ever guaranteed the right to vote — its programs and activities have focused not just on voting rights for all citizens, but the broader picture of civic engagement that includes everything from participating in the census to walking into the polling place for the first time. Learning more about public policies and issues allows members of the public to make informed decisions about the matters that impact their communities.

We will EMAIL the ZOOM link to all registrants on Tuesday, September 14th. If you register after Tuesday, when the link is emailed, you will be added to the waitlist. This means you may still attend, but you will get the link closer to the time the program is due to begin. Email paige.wilson@brentwoodtn.gov with any questions. 

The Zoom link is not a library sponosored Zoom account and is provided by the League of Women Voters. 

The Library adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act that assures equal access to all library facilities, activities, and programs.  For reasonable and timely accommodations, refer to the https://www.brentwoodtn.gov/departments/library/library-programs and contact the program organizer.  Any ADA accommodations necessary for a program attendee will require at least one week of prior notice before the program or event.  

Wednesday, September 15, 2021
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Time Zone:
Central Time - US & Canada (change)
  Adult Special Program     Adult Program  
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Event Organizer

Mary Katherine Rooker