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Arline Isaacson To Be Honored

By Charlotte Robinson, October 19, 2015
Boston Women Communicators will honor Arline Isaacson on Wednesday October 21st with their 21st Annual Legacy Award applauding her long-term communications work for women. We worked with Arline during our historic video OUTTAKE during the weekend of May 17th 2004 when gay & lesbian marriage first became legal in Massachusetts. Isaacson was Co-Chair of the Massachusetts Gay & Lesbian Political Caucus at that time & led the fight for gay marriage on Beacon Hill. As President of Isaacson Political Consultants she now serves as PR director, lead strategist, lobbyist & spokesperson for businesses & nonprofits. Before opening IPC in 2010 she lobbied for the Massachusetts Teachers Association; served as Director of Governmental Services for the MTA; was President of TEAM (Tax Equity Alliance for MA) & Director of Governmental Affairs for the City of Boston. Isaacson holds a seat on the Boston Women’s Commission. She has taught at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government & is a frequent lecturer, inspiring students at Boston University, Babson, Tufts, Brandeis, Northeastern, Suffolk Law & New England Law| Boston. Isaacson has been listed in Boston Magazine’s “50 Most Powerful” residents. Since its founding in 1994, Boston Women Communicators has dedicated itself to supporting women in communications & helping them to advance their careers by working to ensure equal opportunities in the industry, encourage professional development & recognize the achievements of outstanding women communicators. The Boston Women Communicators event takes place on Wednesday, October 21st at The College Club of Boston at 44 Commonwealth Avenue between Arlington and Berkeley in Boston from 6P to 9P. 
Info & Tix:bostonwomencommunicators.com 
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1 comment:

Marilyn Rosen said...

Arline is a "one-of-a-kind, persuasive, witty, strategist' whose work on getting Marriage Equality in Massachusetts is undeniable. She deserves to be honored. Thank you, Charlotte, for sharing this with the greater public.

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