Meet the Leaders panel discussion: Why we communicate the way we do

Woman’s Club presents ‘Communication in the 21st Century: Bridging Cultures, Generations, and Genders’ Nov. 18

Experts on communication will gather at Washington University in St. Louis at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 18, as part of the Woman’s Club of Washington University’s “Meet the Leaders” panel discussion series.

The panel discussion, titled “Communication in the 21st Century: Bridging Cultures, Generations, and Genders,” will examine why some communication practices are acceptable to us and why the same practice might be taboo to others. Participants also will have the opportunity to discuss what all the buzz is about in new social media and why no one can survive without it.

Admission is free and an RSVP is required by Wednesday, Nov. 16. A light lunch will be included with the program. Please note any dietary restrictions in RSVP.

To RSVP visit or contact Kitty Conroy at or (314) 935-9104.

Co-sponsors for the Meet the Leaders series along with the WUSTL Woman’s Club are the Gephardt Institute for Public Service and Washington University’s Office of the Provost.

For more information on the Meet the Leaders series, contact Conroy at

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