• Monday, April 22

Earth Day Conversation: Women, the Environment and Fracking

When: Monday, April 22
Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm
6 Barclay Street, 6th FloorNew York, NY10007


Join Women's eNews for a special Earth Day conversation putting women in the picture on environmental hazards and fracking.

Moderator – Corinna Barnard


Susan Nagy

Susan Nagy is a visual artist and curator who lives and works in New York City. Nagy is listed in the "Who's Who" successful American women directory, a member of the Yale Club and also listed in all Hungarian art publications as an artist and collector. She has a degree in economy and international business and studied art at New York Art Student League. Nagy worked as a movie producer until 1986 with such names as George Clooney, Louis Fletcher, Charlie Sheen, Laura Dern and Deborah Raffin. Her most recent works are photographic collages illuminated with light boxes to create 3-dimensional transparent effects.

Molly M. Ginty

Molly M. Ginty is an award-winning health reporter based in New York City. A twelve-year contributor to Women's eNews, she holds a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University and has also worked for Ms., Utne Reader, On the Issues, PlannedParenthood.org, Whole Living, PBS.org, Smithsonian magazine and IRIN, the newswire of the United Nations.



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