Women's Philanthropy Summit
October 24, 2018
8:15 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
4:15 – 5:15 p.m.
Costantino Room, Fordham Law School, Lincoln Center Campus, New York City
Join us at the Lincoln Center campus for a full day of community building, networking, and philanthropy.
Last year at our inaugural event, we brought together nearly 200 Fordham women from several generations. This year, we are expanding our session offerings and expect to sell out, so please register soon. Registration is $75.
Questions? Contact Liz Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building a Plan for Philanthropy
Harriet Edelman, GABELLI ’80
Vice Chair of Emigrant Bank
Women Organizing for Change: Feminism’s Forgotten Fight for Work and Family
Kirsten N. Swinth
Associate Professor of History at Fordham University
Leveraging Your Time, Talent, and Treasure to Make a Difference
Anne L. Williams-Isom, FCLC ’86
CEO of Harlem’s Children’s Zone
Panel sessions will include the following panel discussions:
Success should be shared. Find out how these Fordham alumnae navigated both professional and personal obstacles to break into the upper echelons of their industries.
Leaders aren’t born; they’re made. Discover why these mentors are committed to preparing others for leadership positions in their careers and communities.
Today’s workplace thrives on collaboration. Hear from women experienced in motivating teams to work toward common goals—whether on the court or in the office.
Every stage of life brings its joys and complexities. Join our panelists as we explore innovative ways of balancing life’s changing demands when time is always in short supply.
Americans are increasingly identifying as religious "nones." But these women have nevertheless been able to tap into the next generation’s sense of spirituality and social justice.
Financial literacy is integral to women’s success. In this special keynote panel, learn how these four women turned financial success into a passion for giving back.