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Tuesday, September 16
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

DL21C screens Madame Presidenta

The Producers Club
358 W 44th St
(between 8th and 9th Avenue)
Free for members, $10 for nonmembers*
*Note: DL21C is going cashless! Make sure to buy your tickets on advance online or plan to pay via credit card at the door.

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Talk of Hillary Clinton's possible 2016 run is heating up as 2014 is winding down, so what better time to engage in a discussion about when the United States will finally see a woman in the White House? 

Join us on Tuesday, September 16th for a screening of Madame Presidenta: Why Not U.S.?- Vamos Meninas! complete with a post screening Q&A session with film creator and CEO of the Women and Girl's Foundation (WGF), Heather Arnet!

In January 2013, Heather Arnet, WGF’s CEO traveled to Brazil to meet with the team at ELAS Women’s Social Investment Fund to explore the changing political and economic roles women are playing in Brazil’s global leadership. While in Brazil, Arnet investigated…How Brazil came to elect its first woman president, Dilma Rousseff, in 2010? What impact her presidency is having on global markets, women’s rights and opportunities? And what can American women and businesses learn from our Brazilian sisters and their passionate and successful surge towards economic prosperity and political leadership?

You can watch the film trailer here:

About Heather Arnet

At WGF, Arnet spearheads efforts to develop the female leaders of tomorrow, while investing in better public policy today. Heather joined WGF as its first CEO in 2004. Prior to joining WGF, Heather worked in marketing, business development, and government affairs in the private and non-profit sectors. She is passionately committed to social justice and gender equity. While working for women’s rights is her work at WGF, it is also her life’s work. Arnet has been identified as one of Pittsburgh’s “Top 40 under 40” by Pittsburgh Magazine, as one of the “Top Twelve Noteworthy Business Leaders” by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and received the Diamond Award, for “Outstanding CEO Leadership” by the Pittsburgh Business Times. Arnet has her B.A. degree from Carnegie Mellon University. In addition to her work with the Foundation, Arnet writes and directs feminist theatre throughout the country, and serves as a Board Member of the Ms. Foundation for Women, and on the Advisory Boards of WQED Multimedia and The Forbes Funds.

For more information on Heather and her current projects, visit: