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Anna Huntington

Speaker at Celebrate Our Legacy, 2016 International Women's Day Conference

Buffalo Gals proudly presents our second of nine speakers for Celebrate Our Legacy, the 2016 International Women's Day Conference at Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn on March 4 -5, 2016.
Anna Huntington
Before joining First Peoples Fund as the Development Manager, Anna Huntington served as the executive director of Arts Rapid City and the outreach coordinator for The Sculpture Project for Destination Rapid City. Anna has a degree in English from Harvard University and masters in journalism from Columbia University and is a two-time Olympic rower and bronze medalist. She was a member of the first women's team to compete for the America's Cup, an experience she chronicled in the book Making Waves. Her freelance journalism has appeared in publications ranging from The New York Times to Glamour. A Kansas native, Anna moved to Rapid City in 2008. She is a volunteer board member for the Performing Arts Center of Rapid City, former board member for Destination Rapid City and former board president for the Rapid City Arts Council.
Anna is an avid hiker, mountain biker, and swimmer. Her proudest achievement by far is still in the works—raising two amazing children with her husband, Stewart.

The March 4th International Women’s Day Celebration and Conference, hosted by the Buffalo Gals is a launch pad to initiate and invigorate a community conversation and collaboration with multiple community organizations, corporations, private businesses and dedicated individuals. Participants in this ground-breaking event will be inspired by a slate of speakers, and will be called upon to act as a force for change in our community, tackling the issues identified in breakout sessions. Your generous support in this inaugural event is crucial to build the foundation of this on-going mission of community involvement led by women with guts, grit and grace.

Why March 4th – March 4th is the only verb “march forth” in the calendar. We believe it is time for collaboration and want to make this date an action date!

As we kick off this new year —we are calling on our community to champion women. We are dedicating that mission as one of a top priority in 2016!

Celebrate Our Legacy is a community collaboration with women’s organizations and initiatives through the region. The Conference will include a ceremony honoring women veterans, Girl Scouts Women of Distinction Award presentation, 9 Dynamic speakers addressing our past, present and future, live entertainment by the renowned internationally acclaimed performer Orgena Rose, lunch, dinner and an evening concert, and a travel and accommodation to support women traveling from rural areas.

When you get 400 women in a room to connect, to share, to be inspired - something magical happens. This is an event you do NOT want to miss!

We hope we can count on you to choose to champion women in 2016

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