below, from the East Wing
DAILY GUIDANCE FOR FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA
Thursday, March 19: The First Lady will host a series of events on Thursday in celebration of Women's History Month. Twenty-one women at the top of their fields will join the First Lady in visiting local schools and speaking with students about their career goals and achieving their dreams. These events are an extension of the Obama administration's commitment to engage with the DC community and open the White House for arts, culture and educational purposes.
Following these daytime events, the group will return to the White House for an evening dinner and entertainment, with students from additional schools from the DC metropolitan area.
The First Lady's visit to Anacostia High School, which will include a roundtable discussion with students, will be pooled press. Press coverage of visits to the other schools should be coordinated by contacting the school directly. Space at the schools is limited. Media will be accommodated on a first come, first served basis at the discretion of the school.
The dinner in the evening will also be pooled.
Anacostia High School (DC)
First Lady Michelle Obama
First Lady's Press Office
Dunbar High School (DC)
Gen. Ann Dunwoody
Mrs. Sharon Farmer, Asst. Principal
Woodrow Wilson High School (DC)
Mrs. Mary Beth Waits, Asst. Principal
Bell Multicultural (DC)
Maria Tukeva, Principal
Coolidge High School (DC)
Lisa Leslie Lockwood
Nelson Burton, Principal (assistant -Ms. Stevens)
Holy Cross (all girls) (MD)
Dr. Claire Helm, President
or Kara Shipley (career day coordinator)
Washington Math and Science Tech HS (DC)
Bethesda-Chevy Chase (MD)
Ms. Karen Lockard,
Albert Einstein (MD)
Amb. Nancy Brinker
Mr. Jim Fernandez, Principal
Mt. Vernon (VA)
Nardis King, Principal
Karyn Kerr Pettigrew
Tracee Ellis Ross