After a year of zooming, MFN met in person Saturday May 1 at Gayle Carper’s. The meeting, chaired by Martha Klems, focused on identifying local feminists who could be viable candidates for local offices or boards. To support these individuals, MFN will be creating a list of members who have served on boards or political offices to serve as mentors and offering potential candidates special skills training in areas such as public speaking, campaigning, leadership, etc. based on the expertise of current members. MFN is renewing its commitment to finding and encouraging feminists to seek positions of influence.