Highlights of the North Carolina Women’s Summit

Highlights of CBLPI’s North Carolina Women’s Summit

Role of Religion in Terrorism: Katharine Gorka

Those who insist that terrorism has nothing to do with religion, explains Katharine Gorka, president/co-founder of the Council on Global Security, ignore the very real conflict within the Muslim religious world. This conflict is not of our making, or is it ours to solve, but without a doubt the United States has an important role […]

How to Be a Leader: Bay Buchanan

Former U.S. Treasurer Bay Buchanan discusses the characteristics of leadership.

Panel: NC Women Leaders

Becki Gray, Tami Fitzgerald and Joyce Pope discuss issues facing women.

Unlocking More Power from Social Media: Aubrey Blankenship

Aubrey Blankenship offers insight and tips for online activism for the conservative woman.

Report from College Campuses: Student Panel

Alissa Lopez (Gettysburg College), Kathleen McGimpsey (Duke University), Andrea Vacchiano (Rutgers University), and Elizabeth Campbell (Virginia Tech) discuss activism initiatives on their campuses.

Restoring Liberty: Kate Obenshain

Author and commentator Kate Obenshain discusses restoring liberty at the NC Women’s Summit in Raleigh on October 1, 2016.

TEARS Speak: Amanda Collins

Amanda shares her story of survival after a brutal attack as a college student …

Former US Treasurer Bay Buchanan offers career lessons to young professional women

Career Insights for Young Professional Women: Bay Buchanan

Former U.S. Treasurer offers (often humorous) advice on how women can achieve their career goals …

Marji Ross speaks at CWN

Saving Free Speech in a Safety-first World: Marji Ross

Using a CD-packaging metaphor, Marji Ross discusses the fine balance between liberty (free speech) and security (government enforcement) …

Make the Left Feel the Heat: Elizabeth Campbell

“If you can’t make them see the light, make them feel the heat” …

Going to a Liberal School: Andrea Vacchiano

And why it’s a good thing …

3 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting College: Danielle Fife

Become active and don’t lose your passion …

“Finding Yourself” in College: Abigail Slagle

It can lead to discovering your passion, your college major and your future career …