Childcare & Financial Insecurity
Facing Women Post Pandemic: 

Concerns & Solutions

Thursday, February 17, 2022

7 pm ‐ 8:30 pm

Long Beach City College

4900 E. Conant, LB 90808, Building O‐2, Room 208

and on Zoom

We invite you to attend an interesting and informative program about the particular effect the pandemic has had on women. Four local leaders (listed below) will speak, followed by a question-and-answer period.

Main topics to be addressed are:

  • How has the pandemic affected working women in Long Beach related to jobs lost and how local companies are assisting with child care issues?

  • What does LBCC offer that can improve career options for affected women, and is the child development program being expanded to help meet the needs of working women?

  • Can a Long Beach Commission on the Status of Women bring improvements in Pay Equity and meet working women’s needs?

  • What can research from Orange County show us about child care needs of working women?

  • Challenges and a Call to Action


We will learn how we can be advocates for working women, what role can NCJW and AAUW play in shaping legislation, and what community volunteer opportunities might exist for us to fill.

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The complete Zoom information is as follows.


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Meet the Speakers:


Suzie Price

Long Beach City Councilwoman and

Deputy District Attorney, Orange County


Herlinda Chico 

LBCC Trustee and  L.A. County Supervisor Field Representative


Tunua Thrash-Ntuk

Executive Director, LA LISC (L.A. Local Initiatives Support Corporation)


Tiffany Alva 

Director of Partnerships & Government Affairs

First5 Orange County


If you would like more information on this event, please email advocacy@ncjwlongbeach.org or call (657) 235-2511.

This program is made possible in part by a grant from the Barbara Alpert National Council of Jewish Women Endowment of the Jewish Community Foundation of Great Long Beach & West Orange County.

None of the important work of NCJW - GLB & WOC is possible without your support.  If you are able, please consider a donation in support of this event.