WISE was born out of the Women's March on Washington DC, a sense of anger and a feeling that we could not stand by and watch our country move backwards. We are, as such, a Huddle and maintain strong links to the Women's March movement. As we formed, we educated ourselves, including through the Indivisible guide and registered early on as an Indivisible Group. As a women?s movement in Anne Arundel County, we are keen to represent and cover the broad range of issues that are important to our members. We have a clear mission statement and 14 issues-based minihuddles that act on our priorities at the local, state and national level. We are nonpartisan and welcome women of all ideologies who agree with our mission statement and want to be effective agents for change.

Get Down to EARTH!!

Environmental Action Response Town Hall

Saturday, October 21, 2017
from 2-5 pm

Key School in Annapolis

534 Hillsmere Drive, Annapolis Md 21403

Activity Building - onsite parking available

Keynote Speakers:
Senator Ben Cardin
Brian Frosh, Attorney General of Maryland
Seema Kakade, Environmental Law Clinic Director, UMD Carey Law School
Special Guest: Ben Grumbles, Maryland Secretary of the Environment

Participants will leave with concrete action plans and follow-ups to the EARTH event to support their advocacy efforts when they return to their communities.

Three Panels for Townhall-Style Q & A


Moderators for the panels include: Wayne Gilchrest, Education Director for the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy and former Republican congressman; Will Rowel, member of the Caucus of African-American Leaders; Ann Swanson, Executive Director of the Chesapeake Bay Commission.  

Get your FREE tickets now at www.bit.ly/EARTH_MD
(Please consider a donation at the door or through Paypal to earth@aahuddle.org
to help defray costs of location)