Kathleen Buhle created a new women’s non-profit social club, The House at 1229, and hosted her first event, on Thursday, May 26th. The intimate gathering brought together a diverse group of women from the non-profit world, business and media for a conversation featuring Dr. Sharon Malone and Michele Norris on women’s health after menopause.
The House at 1229 was founded by Kathleen Buhle as a community of women with different backgrounds and experiences who share the same core beliefs. It’s a civic and social organization, bringing women together to network, foster meaningful connections, and share insight and advice. The headquarters of The House is at 1229 19th Street in downtown DC and will open in September 2022.
This sneak preview event was moderated by Michele Norris in conversation with Dr. Sharon Malone, one of the nation’s leading Obstetrician and Gynocologists, who has dedicated her practice to focusing on the specific health challenges associated with menopause.
Michele Norris is a columnist for The Washington Post Opinions section and founding director of The Race Card Project. Guests included co-founder Satchiko Kuno, Margarita Raygada, Carol Melton, Meg Cleric, Vickie Jordan Adams, Alison Schulman and Kate Goodall.