electHER to Host Zoom Panel for Women Wanting to Run for Municipal Office in Grey-Bruce

Media Release

April 28, 2021 – GREY-BRUCE – electHER, a community volunteer group with the mandate of increasing the number of women elected to municipal office in Grey-Bruce, is pleased to announce its second informational Zoom panel. The event, with the theme of “Learning About the Job,” will take place on Tuesday, May 11 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Open for registration to anyone, the session is geared for anyone interested in running for office in 2022, or who is curious about what a day in the life of a Mayor, Deputy-Mayor or Councillor looks like.

Following the success of electHER’s first Zoom panel last month about “Running for Office,” the event is expected to fill up quickly and interested participants are encouraged to register as soon as possible at www.electhernow.ca/may-11-event.

Sarah Pedersen, electHER Community Volunteer will host this event, which features a panel of four local politicians:

• Christine Robinson, West Grey Mayor

• Shirley Keaveney, Meaford Deputy-Mayor

• Cathy Moore Coburn, Georgian Bluffs Councillor

• Megan Myles, Northern Bruce Peninsula Councillor

At electHER, we believe our resources and events should be open and accessible to all. That’s why there is no charge for this Learning Event. If you wish to make a donation, you can do so at www.electhernow.ca/more

About electHER

electHER is a non-partisan volunteer organization determined to achieve sustainable gender balance of elected municipal officials in Grey Bruce. Led by women and supporters with current and past political experience, this group is willing to work hard to achieve this shared vision.