|By PR Newswire||
|September 4, 2013 12:00 PM EDT||
SAN DIEGO, Sept. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Run Women Run (RWR), a California Political Action Committee (PAC), will recognize Donna Frye, former San Diego City councilmember and current Californians Aware president, with its first Woman of Courage Award and an honorary lifetime membership at its Annual Membership Meeting on Monday, September 16, 2013 from 6-8 p.m.
Frye will also speak at the meeting about the importance of electing women officials and standing up to sexual harassment issues in the workplace. The meeting will take place at Fifty-Seven Degrees located at 1735 Hancock Street in San Diego's, Mission Hills neighborhood.
RWR was founded in 2008 by forward-thinking women to bring rationality and accountability back to government. Their mission is to inspire, recruit, train, mentor and support pro-choice women for elected and appointed office in San Diego County. The non-partisan, membership association demonstrates how passionate and courageous individuals can make changes. RWR welcomes new members and provides volunteer opportunities on various committees.
"Donna truly exemplifies the type of women RWR endorses, honors and supports – strong, accountable, independent thinkers dedicated to cultivating positive change in our communities," says RWR President Michelle Burton. "Her political career and platforms have consistently demonstrated her passion and commitment to transparency and accountability in government. More recently Donna has shown her courage by supporting the need to expose and vocalize the challenges that are keeping women behind in equal access to opportunity and growth in political and private industry workplaces."
This event is free to all RWR members. Annual membership dues start at $20 for students and seniors, $35 for young professionals under 35 and $50 for everyone else. For more information about the Annual Membership Meeting and Donna Frye recognition click here.
About Run Women Run (www.runwomenrun.org)
Run Women Run (RWR), a political action committee (PAC), inspires, recruits, trains, mentors, and supports pro-choice women to state and local government in San Diego County. RWR supports candidates who share a desire for pay equity, a woman's right to choose, civil rights of all and equal access to education and opportunity. RWR strives to bring a balanced perspective to the dialogue and decisions that create good governance and public policy. RWR offers clarity and prioritization of important issues through forums, networking and education. It also provides active volunteer committees where members can help plan and execute programs, research and endorse candidates, and assist in membership and marketing.
SOURCE Run Women Run