When:
November 18, 2021 @ 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
2021-11-18T11:30:00-06:00
2021-11-18T13:30:00-06:00
Where:
Pfister Hotel
424 E Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee

Event proceeds work to advance equity for women…by providing HER Scholarships, supporting Grants to area NFP organizations addressing systemic issues, and convening the community to change attitudes, behavior, and culture. Thank you for your investment

This year the Women’s Fund Presents…Disruptors, Changing the Power Dynamics. During this annual event, the Women’s Fund deepens the community conversation about gender and race and the impact of intersectionality for women in Milwaukee.

At this dynamic luncheon, Johnson Controls as Speaker Sponsor, brings Abby Phillip, senior political correspondent and anchor of Inside Politics Sunday on CNN, to talk about her journey, share stories from the road traveling with politicians, and relate her personal insights about how gender and race impact women.

 In conversation with Phillip, is, recently retired Dr. Joan M. Prince, Vice Chancellor of Global Inclusion and Engagement at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and a nationally renowned advocate for equity.

 Additionally, the Women’s Fund celebrates “Disruptors” named by Johnson Controls, Associated Bank, the Signature Sponsor, along with other Event Sponsors too.  These “Disruptors” are people who are changing the status quo and creating social change. They are innovative and breaking new ground. They are bold thinkers, leading by example, inspiring others, and shifting attitudes, behaviors, and culture. 

Join the community effort to advance equity of all women.

Speaker Sponsor

Signature Sponsor

Innovation Sponsors

BMO Harris Bank

Chicago Blackhawks

Kane Communications Group

Quarles & Brady

Holly Ryan

Erika Sander

Equity Sponsor

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino

1986 SPONSORS

CIBC

Greater Milwaukee Foundation

Institute of Women’s Leadership at Marquette University

J.P. Morgan

Annette Jacobson

Johnson Financial Group

Kohl’s Department Stores

Marcus Corporation

MGIC

Michael Best

Milwaukee Magazine

New Resources Consulting

The Truth/Good Karma Brands

WHEDA

Event Committee

Monica Shah-Davidson, Chair

Ashton Henry

Nicole Horvath

Paige Hunt

Li Jacobson

Gillian Lester-George de Montesinos

Melissa McCord

Joell Poole

Heather Walker

 

table captains

Sheila Long, MalamaDoe

Jackie Mortenson, MilwaukeeWomen Inc.

Lisa Weisman

 

Disruptors

Shakita LaGrant-McClain

Dr. Chia Vang

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

VISIONARY SPONSOR, Limit 2
Name an honoree* to be recognized during the event.
Place logo on all event-related materials, including the invitation,
Event Program and promotions.
Table for 8 in-person attendees.
Experience the logo recognition on audiovisual presentation at the event.
Be acknowledged on the Women’s Fund website with logo, hotlink, and via social media.
Right of first renewal/refusal for 2022. Expires February 28, 2021.
Investment: $10,000

INNOVATION SPONSOR, Limit 6
Name an honoree* to be recognized during the event.
Table for 8 in-person attendees.
Experience the logo recognition on audiovisual presentation at the event.
Place name in the invitation, and Event Program.
Be acknowledged on the Women’s Fund website and social media.
Investment: $5,000

EQUITY SPONSOR, Limit 12
Name an honoree* to be recognized during the event.
Table for 8 in-person attendees.
Same as 1986 Sponsor.
Investment: $3,000

1986 SPONSOR, In honor of the 35th Anniversary of the WFGM
Table for 8 in-person attendees.
Experience name recognition on audiovisual presentation at the event.
Place name in the invitation, and Event Program.
Acknowledgement on the Women’s Fund website.
Investment: $1,500

* Name an honoree: Name someone to be honored during the presentation, featured in the printed Event Program and during audiovisual presentation. It can be someone from inside your organization at any level or outside your organization, and of any age.

Some Event Sponsors are invited to name a “Disruptor.” This is someone who is eliminating barriers, changing the status quo, and creating social change for women. This person might be breaking new ground or innovating for success. She is bold in her thinking and leading with her actions. We celebrate her as a “Disruptor.”