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|Riled Up with Representative Allison Dahle|
- Events for Everyone, Women's Initiative
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- Wednesday, March 20, 2019 7:30pm - 9pm
- LGBT Center of Raleigh, 119 East Hargett St, Raleigh NC 27601
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Have you heard? Representative Allison Dahle is one of the newest representatives in the NC General Assembly.
This March, you're invited to listen to her journey to NC House for District 11 which serves Cary and parts of Southwest Raleigh.
About Representative Allison Dahle
As a proud Raleigh native, Allison lives with her wife, Lou, and their two dogs, Ollie and Fritz. She describes herself as out public servant who seeks to achieve equality and justice for all.
Allison has worked in a variety of fields, including positions as a theater stage manager, a community rehabilitation specialist, an advocate for people living with disabilities, and currently as a manager in a local law office.
She has also served on various boards and associations, including the Carolina Designers Craftsman Guild, Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, Moms Demand Action, ARC of North Carolina, the Young Adult Institute, Planned Parenthood, and the Women's March.
Her presence in the NC General Assembly marks a change for queer female representation in North Carolina's political landscape.
Come hear about how Allison plans to help keep public school teachers and students safe, protect the environment and natural resources, and advocate for issues concerning the LGBT community.
The Women's Initiative is a program of the LGBT Center of Raleigh. We create a community for LGBTQ female-identified and gender non-conforming women to come together in friendship and intellectual exchange. Our speaker events are meant to uplift the voices of queer women and women of color.
Please note: Speaker events are open to the public and all folx, including allies, are welcome. The LGBT Center of Raleigh does not endorse or support political campaigns on the behalf of a candidate for elective public office.