The 2013 citywide elections shed a light on the need for more women to seek and win elected office in the City of Los Angeles. Of the ten largest cities nationwide, Los Angeles has the lowest percentage of women seated on the city council or holding citywide elected office. And in San Diego, San Jose, and San Francisco, women hold over 30% of the city council seats. Los Angeles hasn’t seen these levels since the late 1990’s.
How did the second largest city in the nation and the largest city in California get to this point? More importantly, how can we reverse this decline?
Join our panel of experts in a town hall discussion as California Women Lead issues a Call to Action.
We recommend parking in Parking Structure X through Gate 3, off of Figueroa Street and McCarthy Way (across from The Lab Gastropub). Parking is $10 per car. Click here for a campus map»
Once you arrive at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center Plaza (outdoor area), make a right down the hallway, before the large staircase (Steps of Troy), and take the elevator to the 4th floor. The room will be to the left once you exit the elevator.