Duke University has adopted new policies for events. Read more about the DAA events that will be impacted.
Duke University has adopted new policies for events. Read more about the DAA events that will be impacted.

CANCELLED: DukeNY Women's Forum Spring Neighborhood Conversations in Manhattan (Upper East Side)

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Date: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 | 08:30 am - 10:00 am EDT

Location:  Hosted by Jodi Berlin Ganz '94, P'24 and Jill Moskowitz Gardner '89, P'20, P'23
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New York, New York  10029
United States


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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED.

To protect the health of our alumni, parents, students, faculty and staff, Duke Alumni Association (DAA) is following Duke University guidelines to cancel, reschedule or reformat events and meetings through April 20, 2020.

We hope to reschedule this event or plan a similar event at a later date.

Read more about the DAA events that will be impacted.

Read more about Duke University’s Response to COVID-19.


The DukeNY Women's Forum is pleased to present a series of Neighborhood Conversations held from March 23 through April 3 in 10 NYC-metro locations within New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. You can join Duke women—alumnae and parents—of all ages for coffee, wine, hors d’oeuvres and conversation aimed at connecting us with each other and strengthening our local relationships. You are free to attend any gathering that is most convenient to you, even if it's not in your own neighborhood.

Note: the Manhattan events are generally morning coffees designed to provide networking opportunities not available through the more regularly scheduled DukeNY evening social events, including hoops watches, happy hours, Women's Forum programs, and more.

Special thanks to our hosts Jodi Berlin Ganz '94, P'24 and Jill Moskowitz Gardner '89, P'20, P'23.

This event is limited to one person per registration and is available for Duke alumni, parents, students and staff only.

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