A Sampling of speakers who have addressed WOMEN'S VOICES in Washington D.C.
& Santa Fe, N.M.

First Lady
Hillary Rodham Clinton,
It Takes a Village
Living History

New Mexico's First Lady, Barbara Richardson

Betty Friedan,
The Feminine Mystique

Katharine Graham, owner of the Washintgton Post Personal History

Elizabeth Drew,
The New Yorker's Letter from Washington, books on the politics of Washington DC.

Susan Sontag,
intellectual & writer
Illness as a Metaphor,
Writers in Prison,
In America

Riane Eisler,
Ground-breaking expert on anthropology and women's contributions to early civilization, author of
The Chalice and the Blade

Gail Sheehy, author of
Passages and Sex and the Seasoned Woman

The mission of WOMEN'S VOICES is to enrich women's lives
through education, dialogue and outreach.


offers you


on the

FIRST MONDAY of every month, 5:00 - 6:30PM.

Come for friendship, ideas and laughter.

This winter and spring sessions, we're going to explore local galleries, the St. Francis Auditorium, Site Santa Fe, and the Inn of the Anasazi.

The Inn of the Anasazi is giving us a 10% discount on breakfasts and lunches, as well as a discounted price on rooms, Monday - Thursday. Collected Works Bookstore also gives members a 10% discount on books purchased. You will receive a membership card to show to our generous supporters.

We are offering membership for both the 2011 winter and spring sessions for $70 to new members, or members with expired memberships. There will be 7 sessions as compared to 3 last fall. Join today!

Women's Voices has taken on several "Hard Issues:"

The Local Refugee Situation: Asian, Iraqi, and African. Families arrive in Albuquerque and often have to wait a long time for their green or social security cards. They have great needs for mentoring to help them solve challenging problems.

We are also looking into Human Trafficking. Maria Sanchez Graina of the Attorney Generals' Office alerted us to the exploitation of adults and children being brought across the New Mexico-Mexican border.

We are hoping to extend our outreach to these desperate groups. If you wish to volunteer, please let us know by return e-mail.

 Our vision is to honor the unique voices of women.


Examine and reflect upon current local, national, and world issues central to our immediate lives and times,Develop ourselves as women of action, selecting aspects of important issues to research, to develop relevant concepts and policies which have positive impact on women's lives,

To provide forums for women of ideas, talent and creativity,

To act as a library for articles, books, and research papers on pertinent issues,

To act as a resource,
sustaining women in
emotional or financially
supportive ways.

"Charlie Romney-Brown & Women's Voices has obviously filled a need in Santa Fe. I enjoy sharing, bonding, and delight in our gatherings and love being a part of them."
- Mary Lou Cook, founder of Santa Fe Treasures
"Women's Voices provides stimulating, thoughtful, and provocative dialogue on diverse subjects of interest to women - personal, political, professional, spiritual, intellectual, and financial. Charley Romney-Brown has created a cutting-edge prototype for women's discourse."
- Sally Denton, author of Mormon Massacre, Las Vegas, The Power and the Money, and Faith & Betrayal.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, commited citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
- Margaret Mead

Women's Voices - where learning never stops!
Box 9880 Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504 | 505-424-0884 | womensvoices@comcast.net