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SOLD OUT: A Conversation about Change with Betty Reid Soskin

  • Rosie the Riveter National Historic Park 1414 Harbour Way S Richmond, CA, 94804 United States (map)

This conversation is sold out. We'd love for you to join us on July 10th for our next conversation!

Join us on June 28th for our sixth conversation of 2014, with National Park Ranger, Betty Reid Soskin. This month's conversation is focused on the theme of Change, and we'll be meeting Betty for a private tour and talk at the Rosie the Riveter national Historic Park in Richmond. The proceeds from your ticket, along with some help from our sponsor, cover brunch and drinks afterwards at Assemble, and we'll be organizing carpools from all over the Bay Area. 

If you would like to attend but can't afford ticket costs, scholarships are available by emailing anne@rosiesdaughters.org.

About our speaker, Betty Reid Soskin

From the San Francisco Chronicle, January 31 2010
Betty has been a shipyard worker, proprietor of a record store, housewife and mother of four, singer and composer of art songs, community activist and, for the past three years, a ranger at Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park in Richmond. At 93, she's the oldest active National Park Service ranger in the country and works at the park six hours a day, five days a week, doing community outreach and giving guided tours of the now dormant Kaiser Shipyards where she worked during World War II.  

Join us for a conversation about change, as well as a discussion on history, equality, and creating meaning in life.   

About our sponsor, Framed Data

Framed Data is a predictive analytics company that tells you why your customers are about to leave, and why they stay on your product.  If you're interested in data science or tech startups, the Framed team is more than happy to grab a coffee to talk analytics. You can e-mail them at: thomson@framed.io.