Join women from across the Chicago Land Area for an empowering evening, while enjoying heavy appetizers and beverages, hosted by Girls Health First (GHF).
Dr. Karen Dalton and Mary-Louise Hengesbaugh will provide you with information and tools to educate and empower you on issues pertaining to under-aged girls, particularly in regards to the political movement to repeal the Parental Notice of Abortion Act in Springfield.
The event is open to women 13 and older. We look forward to seeing you there.
Dr. Karen Dalton served as the Director of the Gianna Syracuse Center for Women’s Health and Fertility, simultaneously practicing Primary Care Medicine in the inner city of Rochester in a practice affiliated with a pregnancy resource center. Moving back to Chicago in 2018, she continues practicing Primary Care telemedicine, volunteers with local pregnancy resource centers, and is a Girls' Health First advocate.
Mary-Louise Hengesbaugh serves as the chair of ICE-PAC and its initiative Girls’ Health First (GHF). She is a former Miss Wisconsin and former Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago Respect Life Director under Cardinal Francis George. She also authored a book in titled “Standing with Courage: Confronting Touch Decisions About Sex.”
Girls Health First is a voice in Springfield for under-aged girls.We are a bipartisan grassroots movement of women, teens, physicians, students, attorneys, educators, and entrepreneurs advocating for vulnerable girls and young women who are affected by legislation.
We urge you show your support, get empowered, and become an advocate for vulnerable under-aged girls of Illinois.
Girls' Health First is an Initiative of Illinois Citizens for Ethics PAC