Wednesday, March 6th
6:30pm – 8pm
68th Street and Lexington Avenue
Faculty Dining Lounge, 8th Floor Hunter West
(Take 6 train to 68th Street or F train to 63rd Street)
Please have ID to enter the building
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The Women Gender Studies Program at Hunter College
& Young Feminists of National Organization for Women (NOW)
invite you to a talk on
Pay inequalities, laws that impact working women, and loopholes in the law that still enable employers to escape liability for unequal pay.
Q & A to follow.
With guest speaker: Marcia S. Cohen, Esq., P.A.
Moderated by: Jerin Arifa, Young Feminists of NOW
Marcia S. Cohen received her Juris Doctor Degree from Stetson University College of Law in 1984. Since becoming a member of the Florida Bar, she has practiced almost exclusively in the area of labor and employment law with a concentration in employment discrimination and sexual harassment. She became a certified mediator in 1990 and a certified arbitrator in 1995. She has been a guest lecturer on U.S. civil rights, employment discrimination law and gender equality, and has served as Legal Counsel to the Florida chapter of the National Organization for Women.