queens of egypt
exhibit & dinner
Female rulers are a rare phenomenon–but thousands of years ago in ancient Egypt, women reigned supreme. Regularly, repeatedly, and with impunity, queens like Hatshepsut, Nefertiti, and Cleopatra controlled the totalitarian state as power-brokers and rulers. But throughout human history, women in positions of power were more often used as political pawns in a male-dominated society. What was so special about ancient Egypt that provided women this kind of access to the highest political office? What was it about these women that allowed them to transcend patriarchal obstacles? What did Egypt gain from its liberal reliance on female leadership, and could today’s world learn from its example? Join 20 leaders in Private Equity as we tour the Queens of Egypt exhibit at the National Geographic Museum followed by a casual and intimate dinner.
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National Geographic Museum + Dinner
July 23, 2019
Cost is $75
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