Women have higher rates of poverty and much lower rates of business ownership than men in all 50 states, including the District of Columbia, despite having made significant progress over the last 25 years in attaining a college education.Read More
Women are leading philanthropy today in unprecedented ways. Join Women’s Funding Network and The Women’s Philanthropy Institute of Indiana University for two days of powerful conversations and networking with women leaders in philanthropy who are creating social change.
In 2012, changing times and new leadership at Women’s Funding Network presented an important opportunity to reflect on the state of the women’s funding movement. The transition encouraged us to recommit to our purpose as a global Network and to our potential as a movement for change.