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The 19th Represents 2022 Hybrid Summit

50 Years of Title IX

This event took place from June 15-17, 2022.
In June 2022, our third annual 19th Represents Summit focused on the 50th anniversary of Title IX. We looked at the history and impact of this landmark law, celebrated its successes and talked to leaders across many fields about the future work of gender equality. You can watch the full summit to hear keynotes from Senator Elizabeth Warren, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona and WNBA star Candace Parker – as well as conversations on protections for LGBTQ+ students, pregnancy discrimination, the gender pay gap and much more.

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Catch up on the keynote conversations, panels and performances you missed from our 2022 Summit.

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Day 1

June 15, 2022

The Foundation of Title IX

Featuring: Nicole Lynn Lewis; U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace; Ann Olivarius, DPhil

Featuring: Nicole Lynn Lewis; U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace; Ann Olivarius, DPhil

Day 2

June 16, 2022

Title IX Today

Featuring: Kate Calvin, Ph.D.; Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D.; Candace Parker

Featuring: Kate Calvin, Ph.D.; Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D.; Candace Parker

Day 3

June 17, 2022

The Work Continues

Featuring: Jessica Berman, Maya Satya Reddy, Maya Wiley

Featuring: Jessica Berman, Maya Satya Reddy, Maya Wiley

Speakers

Our conversations explored Title IX and its impact with champions of gender equality from across law, academia, politics, sports, STEM and more. Here’s a look at who joined us for these important discussions.

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Jessica Berman

Commissioner, National Women’s Soccer League (she/her)

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Commissioner, National Women’s Soccer League (she/her)

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Kate Calvin, Ph.D.

Chief Scientist and Senior Climate Adviser, NASA (she/her)

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Chief Scientist and Senior Climate Adviser, NASA (she/her)

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Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D.

Nobel Prize-Winning Biochemist for Co-inventing CRISPR (she/her)

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Nobel Prize-Winning Biochemist for Co-inventing CRISPR (she/her)

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Jewel

Grammy-Nominated Singer, Songwriter and Mental Health Advocate (she/her)

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Grammy-Nominated Singer, Songwriter and Mental Health Advocate (she/her)

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Nicole Lynn Lewis

Founder and CEO, Generation Hope (she/her)

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Founder and CEO, Generation Hope (she/her)

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U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace

Republican, South Carolina (she/her)

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Republican, South Carolina (she/her)

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MILCK

Singer-songwriter, Producer and Advocate

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Singer-songwriter, Producer and Advocate

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Ann Olivarius, Ph.D.

Attorney and Plaintiff, Alexander v. Yale University (she/her)

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Attorney and Plaintiff, Alexander v. Yale University (she/her)

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Candace Parker

WNBA Champion and Producer, “Title IX: 37 Words That Changed America” (she/her)

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WNBA Champion and Producer, “Title IX: 37 Words That Changed America” (she/her)

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Maya Satya Reddy

Former Professional Golfer and Founder, Queer Asian Social Club (she/her)

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Former Professional Golfer and Founder, Queer Asian Social Club (she/her)

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Maya Wiley

President and CEO, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (she/her)

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President and CEO, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (she/her)

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U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren

Democrat, Massachusetts (she/her)

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Democrat, Massachusetts (she/her)

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