File this one under "Big Deal."
On July 9, former First Lady, Senator, Presidential candidate, Secretary of State, and current—yikes, are we at this point already?—frontrunner for the 2016 Democratic nomination for President Hillary Clinton is visiting Lower Merion.
Clinton will speak at a symposium Bryn Mawr College is hosting for female leaders of "post-conflict" countries. Her address will be the highlight of a two-week Women in Public Service Project conference the college is hosting from July 7 to July 19.
The WPSP was founded by Clinton in 2011 to encourage the advancement of women to positions of influence and power around the world. The organization's parters include the U.S. Department of State and women's colleges Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Mount Holyoke, Smith, and Wellesley.
Clinton is scheduled to speak at Bryn Mawr’s Thomas Great Hall at 4 p.m.
To learn more about the conference, which will be attended by 51 delegates from 38 countries across the developing world, visit the college's website
here, and be sure to stay with Patch in the coming weeks for coverage of Clinton's visit.