Giovanna Rossi Pressley and Susan Loubet
Giovanna Rossi Pressley, based in Albuquerque, serves on the National Women’s Health Leadership Network for the Center for American Progress, is adjunct faculty in the Women’s Studies Program and the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of New Mexico, and is director of the NM Govenor’s Council on Women’s Health. She holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the London School of Economics. Her son Atticus will be one year old next month.
Susan Loubet is executive director of the New Mexico Women’s Agenda. She has hosted Women’s Focus for KUNM, a New Mexico public radio station, since 1991 and is former head of the New Mexico Women’s Political Caucus and the New Mexico Commission on the Status of Women.
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