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The President created the White House Office for Women's Initiatives and Outreach in June of 1995 to better serve and listen to his constituents.The office serves as a liaison between the White House and women's organizations, listening to women's concerns and proposals and bringing these ideas to the President and others in the Administration. Inside and outside of the White House, the office advocates issues that are important to women. The office schedules events and speeches for White House officials and presidential appointees and holds events and roundtables to amplify the President's pro-woman, pro-family agenda.

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Room 15, O.E.O.B., Washington, DC 20502
Phone: 202 456-7300;
Fax: 202 456-7311
Email: Women'

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