Past Events Include:

Seeds of Discovery
October 22, 2010
The Women’s Home: The Partnership Luncheon Series
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Teens and Substance Use: What's a Kid to Do?
May 11, 2010
Spring Forest Middle School - 8th graders
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Teens and Substance Use: What's a Kid to Do?
May 4, 2010
Spring Forest Middle School - 7th graders
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Drinking: What's the Big Deal?
May 3, 2010
Spring Forest Middle School - 6th graders
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Youth and Substance Use - What's a Parent to Do?
June 8th, 2009
Eliza will be speaking on to a business group about adolescent substance abuse, the effects, gateways and risk factors, statistics and what parents can do to help adolescents face and overcome substance abuse.
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Teens and Substance: What's a Kid To Do?
May 19, 2009
Eliza will be speaking at St. Frances Episcopal Day School about the effects and prevention of teenage substance abuse.
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Women Redefining Democracy for Peace, Justice and Equality: International Conference
May 10 - 12, 2009
Eliza has been invited to attend the Nobel Women's Initiative Global Conference in Antigua, Guatemala for a three day conference with women from around the world. The Initiative, launched in 2006, is a strategic vehicle of six female Nobel Pease Prize Laureates: Jody Williams, Shirin Ebadi, Rigoberta Mench Tum, Wagari Maathai, Mairead Maguire and Betty Williams. Through the Initiative, the Laureates leverage the visibility and prestige of the Nobel prize to promote, spotlight and amplify the world of women's rights activists, researchers and organizations worldwide in a way that strengthens and expands the global movement to advance nonviolence, peace, justice and equality.

 

To contact Eliza Duncan concerning an upcoming event or speaking engagement, please call (713) 463-9198 phone or email elizad@elizaduncan.com.

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