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Christy Narsi
Christy Narsi
May 15, 2024 - 2 minutes
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Chapter Spotlight

Six IWN Chapter Leaders Unite to Protect Women’s Sororities 

Denver, CO – On May 14th, six Chapter Leaders from Independent Women’s Network (IWN) gathered in Denver, Colorado, to demonstrate their solidarity in the fight to safeguard women’s sororities. The occasion marked the opening arguments in the Westenbroek v. Kappa Kappa Gamma case, which took place at the Byron White Courthouse before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Leading the legal battle is May Mailman, director of Independent Women’s Law Center.

The Chapter Leaders, hailing from various parts of the country, convened on the steps of the courthouse for a press conference aiming to raise awareness about the encroachment of men into women’s private spaces. Their presence symbolized the determination of independent-minded women to protect their rights and preserve the sanctity of female-only environments.

Christy Narsi, National Chapter Director of Independent Women’s Network, expressed her awe at witnessing the Chapter Leaders lead the charge in defending women’s freedom. She remarked, “It was amazing to see our Chapter Leaders stand together for the safety and protection of sorority women. How incredible it has been to witness this movement and be a part of it! We created our network of Chapters so independent-minded women can lock arms and form lasting bonds, ready to take local action in their communities. Our leaders are some of the most impressive women in the country. They are brilliant thought leaders and passionate warriors. In just a few short years, our members have created a special sisterhood—our own kind of sorority, if you will. We share a rare unity and camaraderie that is unstoppable!”

Suzanne Satterfield, a Loudoun County, Virginia, Chapter Leader, emphasized the importance of supporting these courageous young women. Satterfield stated, “Coming to Denver was a must for me to be able to stand in support of these brave young women that are not only speaking up for themselves but every female’s right to be safely housed with their fellow sorority sisters void of males. My hope is that their strength and bravery is contagious so others will join in and fight to keep female spaces safe and female only.”

The press conference served as a powerful reminder of the unity and determination within Independent Women’s Network. IWN’s efforts to protect women’s sororities and advocate for female-only spaces are a testament an unwavering commitment to women’s rights.

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