Friday, July 20, 2012

The Women's Fund Releasing New Research on Status of Women & Girls in Greater Cincinnati - Aug 15th!

From The Women's Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation:

Many of you remember the 2005 release of the groundbreaking report by The Women's Fund, PULSE: A Study of the Status of Women and Girls in Greater Cincinnati. That report led to many important changes for women from leadership development to partnerships for funding programs that made a difference for women and girls.

It is time to update the picture painted in 2005.

 The Women's Fund is releasing the first two reports in a new series. The first report delves more deeply into an issue that our community is working on - changing the poverty trends. The second report is an analysis of one of the major hurdles women face on their climb up the self-sufficiency ladder - the Cliff Effect.

You're invited to join us for this research release at our next eXXchange session. This special session is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
The vision of The Women's Fund is to lead the conversation about women's economic self-sufficiency in our community and ignite a shared desire to improve it.

Register to attend today and share this event with your colleagues and friends who are interested. 

Thanks for your support and interest in The Women's Fund! We hope to see you on August 15.


Vanessa Freyatg
Executive Director, The Women's Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation

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