So far, she has not confirmed
*Sarah Palin has been invited to speak at a major event for conservative women to be held in Washington, DC November 16-19. So far, she has not confirmed her participation.
The 2011 Women Working for Change Conference will present a series of seminars and speeches through which attendees "will learn tools and techniques to effectively engage in the political process, from the grassroots level to seeking public office."
Sounds like it's in line with Gov. Palin's announced intention to work for more conservative candidates for public office, especially "mama grizzlies." If she doesn't RSVP in the affirmative, however, WWFC2011 would not be the first event to display her photo on its website as an invited speaker, only to have her decline the invitation. So we will have to wait and see.
Among the confirmed speakers are Palin ally Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona, "The Undefeated" producer Stephen Bannon, and several women Sarah Palin endorsed in the 2010 midterm elections, including Congresswomen Ann Marie Buerkle, Renee Ellmers and Cathy McMorris Rodgers.
Here's a promotional video for the event: