WF POWER ILLUMINATORS

This is a special invitation to you as a WF Power Illuminator to meet and connect with Elizabeth Barajas-Román, CEO of Women’s Funding Network (WFN).

WFN is the largest philanthropic alliance in the world dedicated to advancing the essential role of these funders in the unwavering fight for gender equality and justice. During this special session, Elizabeth shares her insights and inspires a global view of actions support gender equity. This is a way to connect with the women’s movement beyond our local community.

Note: The Women’s Fund of Greater Milwaukee has been a WFN member since 1989.

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    Thursday, February 15, 2024
    8:30 – 9:30 a.m.

    Tentative Agenda

    Opening Remarks, 8:30 AM

    Global View, Elizabeth Barajas-Roman, WFN, 8:40 – 9:10 AM

    Q&A with Elizabeth, 9:10 – 9:20 AM

    Closing Remarks, 9:25 AM

    held in 2023

    This was a special invitation for WF Power Illuminator’s in 2023, to experience Women Pulling at the Threads of Social Discourse, which was on display at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee.

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    TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2023

    Arrival, 5:15 PM
    (Please allow time for street parking)

    Tour, 5:30 – 6:15 PM
    Led by Molly Dubin, Exhibit Curator

    Migrate to Venue, 6:15 – 6:30 PM

    Post Tour Discussion and Social, 6:30 – 7:15 PM
    (Optional; venue TBD based on number of people)

    The Women’s Fund made a WF Flash Grant in September in support of this exhibit to help celebrate the Women’s Fund Brand Relaunch. The purpose of the exhibit is to spur thoughtful contemplation and spirited conversation. It highlights women artists, who examine their own lives and issues through fabric, as a result, we all have a chance to reflect on the issues each artist portrays, and ponder why textile art is viewed as “less than” other art forms.

    Exhibit: https://jewishmuseummilwaukee.org/exhibit/women-pulling-at-the-threads-of-social-discourse/