On Thursday, September 5, 7:30-9:30am at Portsmouth Harbor Events,the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation and the Breakfast of Champions Host Committee* will hold an engaging and timely event featuring Ted Bunch, Co-Founder of A CALL TO MEN.
Ted Bunch is an educator, activist, and lecturer working to end all forms of violence and discrimination against women and girls. As the chief development officer for A CALL TO MEN, Ted is internationally recognized for his efforts to prevent violence against women while promoting a healthy, respectful manhood.
Ted is an adviser to the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS, and MLB, providing policy consultation and facilitating violence prevention and healthy manhood training. He was invited to help lead the #TimesUp Engaging Men efforts and is providing ongoing healthy manhood and sexual harassment prevention training throughout the entertainment industry, at organizations like CAA, UTA and WGA.
“When we talk about gender equality, it is critical to talk about raising healthy and respectful young men,” said Women’s Foundation CEO, Tanna Clews. “Bringing in a national speaker like Ted Bunch to talk about male socialization and how the “manbox” perpetuates violence and discrimination against women is a good way to start that conversation here in New Hampshire.”
Join us for breakfast and this important conversation! Tickets are $40 general admission/$20 students. Register at https://nhwomensfoundation.org/a-call-to-men/.
For more information about the event or to become a sponsor, call 603-226-3355.
*Breakfast of Champions Host Committee: (as of 8/14/19)Mayor Jack Blalock, Hon. John Broderick, Mary Jo Brown, Gray Chynoweth, Jeff Feingold, Lew Feldstein, Jameson French, Tom Holbrook, Evan Karatzas, Joe Keefe, Mike L'Ecuyer, Chris Matthews, David Murray, John Rauh, Joe Reilly, Steve Reno, Shari Robinson, Tom Sedoric, Casey Snyder, Mica Stark, Tom Sullivan, Dan Weeks
About the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation
The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation invests in opportunity and equality for women and girls in the Granite State through research, education, advocacy, grantmaking, and philanthropy. Learn more at nhwomensfoundation.org.