Start your morning informed and inspired. You are invited to bring a friend and join the Texas Women’s Foundation at one of their Quarterly Breakfast Club events. This complimentary event series is an opportunity to engage with like-minded women and learn about the unique issues facing women, girls, and their families.
Join the Texas Women’s Foundation for a new complimentary content series where you’ll get the opportunity to learn about the unique issues facing women and girls here in North Texas and Dallas Women’s Foundation’s response through advocacy, research, and grantmaking.
The first installment of this series is January 15th. You’ll have a choice to attend a breakfast at the Federal Reserve Bank of Texas or a lunch at the Toyota Stadium in Frisco.
January’s topic will cover Clipped Wings: A Look at Millennial Women and Wealth. This research examines the challenges millennial women are facing building wealth due to economic policies and systems. This in-depth presentation will show the key indicators that are preventing the future generation of women from building and growing wealth, and what we can do as a community to help change this trajectory.
Anne E. Price, an experienced researcher, advocate, and trainer, who is also the first woman President of the Insight for Community Economic Development will be presenting on the topic.
The Important Details
When: Tuesday, January 15
8:00 – 10:00 AM Breakfast Presentation
11:30 – 1:00 PM Lunch Presentation
Where: Breakfast Presentation | Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Lunch Presentation | Toyota Stadium
About the Organization
Texas Women’s Foundation (formerly Dallas Women’s Foundation) is a catalyst for positive change across the state, with a focused mission and vision to empower strong women to build a better world.
Texas Women’s Foundation is a community-supported organization that invests in the power of women and girls to drive positive change. Through research, advocacy, programs, and grantmaking, we advance economic and leadership opportunities for women, girls and families to build stronger, more equitable communities for all.
Outside of this new content series, you can get involved with the Texas Women’s Foundation through their XIX SOCIETY.
The XIX Society honors the Texas Women’s Foundation founders, 19 trailblazing women of various cultures and backgrounds, through an annual giving society made up of a dynamic group of individuals who invest their passion, gifts, and leadership to help women and girls, and their families, and foster a better community. Your annual membership gift helps support Texas Women’s Foundation research, advocacy and grantmaking to ignite positive change in economic security and leadership opportunities for women and their families.
- Participation in the selection of the XIX Society Grant Recipients.
- Networking with other like-minded individuals dedicated to advancing women and girls to foster better communities.
- Opportunities to explore and discuss issues impacting women, girls, and their families.
- XIX Society Bus Tour – an opportunity to visit nonprofits making a difference and learn more about the community impact of our collective investment in women, girls and families.
- Invitations to Women Give| Empowering Women’s Philanthropy education workshops and retreats, and other events.
For more information, please contact Jessica Weidman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214.525.5315.