Thank you for making 2017 Understanding the Legislative Process: An Educational Forum
presented by Florida Commission on the Status of Women a huge success.
Details on the 2018 Forum coming soon!

The Florida Commission on the Status of Women and our partners from across Florida are proud to present a forum dedicated to educating women about the legislative process. Attendees will gain a better understanding of how ideas become laws and learn the tools needed to be leaders in their communities.This annual event is one of education and inspiration, providing a unique opportunity to observe the legislative process in action. Come to learn from experienced professionals, develop personal relationships and be inspired to work with like-minded organizations to create a better state for the women and families of Florida. March 29 – 30, 2017 will be filled with networking and learning about how the real-life legislative process works. This is a non-partisan, educational event. Please call 850-414-3531 for additional details.

 

Important Information for Attendees

Thank you for your interest in Understanding the Legislative Process. We are expecting more than 200 attendees at this year’s event, so plan to arrive early and have a great time networking and learning the legislative process. We are in Tallahassee to learn and network.. This is a non-partisan educational event serving all women across Florida, so please be respectful of others viewpoints. Below are links to helpful information that will make your time in Tallahassee much more enjoyable, including information on parking, weather and more. The official program will begin promptly with registration at 2:00 PM on March 29 outside the Cabinet Meeting Room in the Capitol. Business attire is appropriate. Please, no jeans or shorts. You will be doing a lot of walking in and around the Capitol Complex, so make sure to wear comfortable shoes. The event includes a reception, light breakfast, and lunch on Thursday.

When you are entering government buildings, please take security seriously. All security checkpoints include a metal detector. Anything that would be considered a weapon will be confiscated.

This event would not have been possible without the generous support of these organizations and the FCSW Foundation, Inc.