Women's Center for Ethics in Action

Phone: (207) 221-4499 | Fax: (207) 523-1901

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Principal Staff: Anne Broderick Zill

Type of Organization: National Advocacy
Founded: 1996

Mission Statement:
The Center for Ethics in Action promotes a new ethical compass with women leaders setting the course. It is devoted to the promotion of women leaders and a society of race, gender and ethnic equality. The CEIA gathers women leaders for symposiums, trainings and other educational events. In addition, the CEIA mounts exhibitions of fine art created by women from around the world to demonstrate the importance of the arts in life-long learning as well as the transformative power of the arts in politics and life.

Subject Expertise:
Women's Leadership Vision, Goals and Tactics

Annual Meetings/Conferences:
Recent events include:
1) Cuba: Hearts and Minds Past & Present Two-Day Symposium with a number of College/University Professors and Board member Marjorie Lightman, PhD.
2) Women Artists of Monhegan Island
3) Women Poets of Monhegan Island
4) A Celebration of Women of Letters at the University of New England including Arvonne Fraser, Swanee Hunt, and Board members Martha Burk, Mal Johnson, Marjorie Lightman and Kathleen Hendrix.
5) Traveling Photography Exhibition, Women on War, eight national venues to date.
6) Out of Bounds Exhibition of Contemporary African women artists at a Vital Voices Leadership Summit in Cape Town, SA, January 2007 with Board member, Mimi Wolford.

Recent events include:
1) Cuba: Hearts and Minds Past & Present Two-Day Symposium with a number of College/University Professors and Board member Marjorie Lightman, PhD.
2) Women Artists of Monhegan Island
3) Women Poets of Monhegan Island
4) A Celebration of Women of Letters at the University of New England including Arvonne Fraser, Swanee Hunt, and Board members Martha Burk, Mal Johnson, Marjorie Lightman and Kathleen Hendrix.
5) Traveling Photography Exhibition, Women on War, eight national venues to date.
6) Out of Bounds Exhibition of Contemporary African women artists at a Vital Voices Leadership Summit in Cape Town, SA, January 2007 with Board member, Mimi Wolford.