Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life

21st Century Leadership Academy Keynote Dinner

 

Leadership Logo2014 21st Century Leadership Academy Keynote Dinner

The Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life invites you to a keynote dinner and address with

Nannette Baker
Federal Magistrate Judge in the
United States District Court in St. Louis

Meet Missouri's top women leaders and help celebrate the achievements of

Ellie Glenn
2007 Shear Fellow and recipient of the
2014 Amethyst Award
Thursday, May 22, 2014
Reception (cash bar) at 6:00 p.m.
Saint Louis Woman’s Club
4600 Lindell Blvd
St. Louis 63108
 

Dinner and program to follow. 

Please click here for RSVP card to mail in:

Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life
One University Blvd - 346 Woods Hall
St. Louis, MO 63121
Or please call the Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life to RSVP (with credit card) at: 314.516.4727.


Nannette Baker Nannette Baker is a Magistrate Judge in the United States District Court in St. Louis, where she also presides over the Janis C. Good Mental Health Court. She served on the Missouri Court of Appeals in the Eastern District for six years, where she was Chief Judge from 2008 until 2009. Before her appointment to the appellate court, she was circuit court judge in the City of St. Louis.  Judge Baker is a member of the Board of Directors of Marian Middle School, and also served as the Chair of the St. Louis Board of Election Commissioners while working in private practice. Judge Nannette Baker is a native of Alabama and spent her childhood in Liberia in West Africa. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and Saint Louis University School of Law. Prior to her legal career, she worked for 13 years as a television journalist in Knoxville, Memphis, and St. Louis.

Ellie Glenn Headshot.

 

Ellie Glenn is the legislative liaison for the Department of Health and Senior Services, where she helps shape and advocate for policies that improve the health and lives of Missourians. Among her proudest accomplishments in this role are leading the effort to pass a law that requires screening for congenital heart defects for all newborns in the state, and legislation that protects high school athletes from concussions and traumatic brain injuries. Before accepting this important position, she held critical posts working on Missouri politics and policy. Ellie, a native of Louisiana, Missouri, is a 2007 Shear Fellow and graduated from Truman State University the same year with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science. In receiving the honor of the Amethyst Award, Ellie said, "I am thankful for the opportunities I have been given to work for Missouri, and I plan to continue to serve as best I can."

 

 Established in 1998 by the Missouri Legislature and the Board of Curators for the University of Missouri, the Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life is a non-partisan, educational entity. Programs of the Institute are open to participants regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, and status as a military veteran.