Empowering Farm Bureau Women at the ACE Summit

Apr 24, 2024

By Farms.com

The Women’s ACE Summit, a premier event tailored for Farm Bureau women, is scheduled for June 3-5 in Washington, D.C. This summit, building on the legacy of the Farm Bureau Women’s D.C. Fly-In, is designed to foster a deeper understanding of advocacy and empowerment within the agricultural community.

Over two days, the summit will offer a series of national learning sessions and hands-on advocacy training opportunities. These sessions are intended to equip women in agriculture with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively advocate for their interests and lead within their communities.

With the registration open until May 3, participants are encouraged to secure their spots early, as the event is capped at 200 attendees. The summit not only serves as a training ground but also as a networking hub, allowing participants to build connections and share experiences with fellow Farm Bureau women from across the nation.

The agenda includes engaging keynote addresses and breakout sessions that cover a range of topics relevant to modern agricultural practices and challenges. Additionally, the event features visits to Capitol Hill, where participants can practice their advocacy skills.

Located at the Holiday Inn Capitol with activities also planned at the nearby headquarters office, the summit is strategically placed for easy access to the heart of U.S. policymaking. This biennial event is supported by various leaders in the agricultural sector and aims to highlight and address the unique role of women in advancing the agricultural agenda through informed advocacy and leadership.

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