Join Deputy Secretary Lindsey Sin to learn about and discuss events, services, resources, and benefits for women veterans in California. These webinars occur bi-monthly usually on the first Wednesday of the month. If you have any suggestions for future content, please contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (916) 653-1402.
Join us in the new year to learn more about what we'll be doing for California women veterans in 2020.
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Women Veterans: Tell Your Story
This webinar featured the unique experiences and courageous acts that women veterans have contributed to our nation's military. Two special guests shared real women's stories of combat, camaraderie, and challenging experiences and provided insight on how communities can support the women veteran population more effectively. Our guests were:
Women Veterans Maternity & In Vitro Fertilization Care
Women Veterans Healthcare & the State of Their Reproductive Health
Ellen Haring, PhD/CEO, Service Women's Action Network (SWAN)
West Point graduate and a retired Army colonel. She is a senior fellow at Women in International Security where she directs the Combat Integration Initiative. Her research and work focuses on women and gender in the military. Recently, SWAN published the report, "Access to Reproductive Health Care: The Experiences of Military Women."
Jodie G. Katon, PhD,MS/VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle
Epidemiologist and health services researcher. She is a Core Investigator at the VA Puget Sound Health Services Research and Development Center of Innovation for Veteran-Centered and Value-Driven Care, and a Research Assistant Professor in the University of Washington Department of Health Services.
Kathleen West, MPH, DrPH
Public health professional working with programs serving high risk maternal and child populations, public mental health, intergenerational trauma, and addition issues. Her University of California Los Angeles doctoral work focused on Reproductive Epidemiology and Health Policy, specifically on prenatal drug exposure and subsequent child development and placement outcomes in the context of Dependency Court decisions.
The State of Women's Healthcare
"Healthy Families, Stronger Communities"
"Lead and Serve Again"
"Year in Review 2018 and Looking Ahead 2019"
2018 Women Veteran Webinars