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Women Governing San Antonio Past And Present

San Antonio City Clerk's Office

Women were  the topic of this Community Conversation at St. Mary’s University as well as a majority of the attendees. The event hosted four females who have significantly impacted San Antonio in past and present:

  • Ivy Taylor - District 2 city councilwoman
  • Leticia Ozuna - District 3 city councilwoman
  • Maria Berriozábal - First elected Latina councilwoman
  • Civic leader Helen Dutmer - First woman to serve on the Bexar County Commissioner's Court

These influential women spoke about the impetus for women in the workforce historically, told anecdotes from their own lives and talked about the importance of electing women as city officials.
*This presentation was recorded by production intern Carley Espensen