Adrienne White and Georgia House Minority Leader Rep. Stacey Abrams.

Adrienne White and Georgia House Minority Leader Rep. Stacey Abrams.

Dear Friend,

On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court issued simultaneous landmark decisions in the cases of Roe v. Wade, and the companion case Doe v. Bolton, which specifically overturned abortion restrictions in Georgia.

Because of the hard work and sacrifices of those who came before me, I was fortunate to be born into a world where Roe v. Wade was the law of the land. But like many women of my generation, I have been called to action by the ongoing assault on our reproductive rights by some members of our state legislature.

As the newly elected Chair of Georgia’s WIN LIST, I strongly believe the mission of this organization to be as relevant today as when it was founded 15 years ago. I have an abiding love for our state, a passion for women’s empowerment and the strength and determination to carry the torch for a new generation of women and our families.

I am asking you to stand with me today by donating $42 dollars, or an amount of your choice, to help Georgia’s WIN List continue our important work.

I also invite you to join us for our annual Georgia’s WIN List Legislative Breakfast on Wednesday, January 28th at 7:30am, at Central Presbyterian Church – 201 Washington St. Atlanta, GA 30303

Our featured speaker will be Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears (ret.) along with a panel of our endorsed women legislators including: House Minority Leader Rep. Stacey Abrams, Sen. Nan Orrock, Sen. Elena Parent and Rep. Stacey Evans.

The topic will be The State of Women in Georgia. Come learn where we are, where we’re headed, and what you can do to be a part of change.

Tickets are selling fast, please reserve yours today.

Thank you for your continued support of Georgia’s WIN List,

Adrienne White



Join us and our amazing line-up of speakers at the 2015 Georgia WIN List Legislative Breakfast:

January 28, 7:30-9:30 am @ Central Presbyterian Church

In addition to featured keynote Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears (ret)…..

PANEL OF GA. WIN LIST ENDORSED WOMEN,  speaking on  the “State of Women in Georgia” and how it will be impacted in the 2015 Legislative Session


House Minority Leader        Stacey Abrams

House Minority Leader
Stacey Abrams

House Representative       Stacey Evans

House Representative
Stacey Evans

      Senator      Nan Orrock

Nan Orrock

Senator Elena Parent


GOLD:  Fentress Waits, Anna Beck, Melanie Goux

SILVER:  Lauren Benedict, Elly Dobbs, Stephanie Stuckey Benfield,  Murem Sharpe,                         America Building Trade Unions and Adrienne WhiteBuilding Trades Union

BRONZE:  Martha Fagan, Melinda Ennis, Valerie Habif, Mary B. James, Clara Puerta, David Ross, Nse Ufot, Janelle Yamarick



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Due to the holiday crunch, Georgia’s WIN LIST has extended the recruitment process for the fourth year of our outstanding WIN Leadership Academy (WLA).  The new deadline is January 2, 2015

The WLA is an annual, year-long program to develop future women leaders for Georgia. The program includes leadership training and education in the inner workings of running a political campaign, as well as instruction on policy issues.

Classes are held monthly on evenings and weekends. Program instruction is provided by local and national experts, with training in skills from fundraising to messaging and policy development.

If you are considering running for political office now or sometime in the future, we encourage you to apply for the 2015 WIN Leadership Academy.  Or, if you know someone who you think would be a good candidate for the WLA, please forward this email.  The extended deadline for applicants is January 2, 2015.  The application can be obtained by clicking below:



January 28, 7:30-9:30am 
Central Presbyterian  (201 Washington St. 30303)

 Leah Ward Sears

Leah Ward Sears

Former Justice Sears is currently  a partner with the law firm of Schiff Hardin LLP where she leads the law firm’s Appellate Group.  She is the first African American female Chief Justice of any state’s highest appellate court in the United States, in which she served 17 years, including four years as Chief Justice. And, she is the first woman and youngest person to serve as a Fulton County Superior Court Judge, and first woman to win a contested statewide election.


Also featured:  A panel of our Endorsed Legislators on “The State of Women in Georgia” (a report card from the Center  for Progress),  upcoming legislation that will impact women and families throughout our state and why we must elect more progressive women to Change the Face of Power in Georgia.

And presenting our WIN Leadership Academy Graduates of 2014