Event: Women’s BIPOC Speaker Series: Rep. Tawna Sanchez

Date: January 12, 2023

Start Time: 7:00 pm

End Time: 8:00 pm

Location: Dunn Community Center

Address: 17520 Holy Names Drive Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034

Free event. No need to register. Guests are required to wear masks indoors on the Mary’s Woods campus.

Free Community Event! Join us for our next WOMEN’S BIPOC SPEAKER SERIES EVENT with Rep. Tawna Sanchez.

Rep. Tawna Sanchez has spent her life working to strengthen our community. Tawna is Shoshone-Bannock,
Ute and Carrizo and grew up in Portland, and for many years has been a leader fighting for the rights of women,
indigenous people, and the most vulnerable. As the Director of Family Services at the Native American Youth
and Family Center (NAYA), Tawna helped create the Early College Academy, expanded early childhood services,
affordable housing development, elder support, and assisted in building a nationally recognized domestic violence wrap-around service model. We look forward to Rep. Sanchez sharing her story and her passions with us.

Live Streaming: https://bit.ly/wlpl-youtube *provided by West Linn Library*

Please note: Mary’s Woods requires masks for all guests.

Parking: Enter Mary’s Woods on Holy Names Drive. Take your first left into the large parking lot. Drop-off location in front of the Dunn Community Center on Mesnard.

The series will continue monthly through March (except december). Remaining speaker details forthcoming. Save the Dates: February 9 and March 23.

Click on this flyer for more information.