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Co-presented December 6, 2021 by The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven and The Community Fund for Women & Girls
A conversation with Dr. C. Nicole Mason President & CEO, Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) about key issues women have identified as post-pandemic priorities.
A Community Foundation event presented in partnership with The Community Fund for Women and Girls. On Nov. 16, a panel of women leaders in their fields discussed the realities faced by working women during COVID-19 and the once-in-a-generation opportunity for passing federal legislation for comprehensive childcare supports and to value care and caregiving as essential infrastructure in our economy and our society.
The consequences of undervaluing care work and policy strategies for improving the lives of care workers were the focus of an in-depth panel discussion hosted by the Community Fund for Women & Girls on June 20 at its 2019 Annual Meeting.
Activist Tarana Burke, the 2006 founder of the "me too." Movement, spoke at the Community Fund for Women & Girls 2018 Annual Meeting and Convening
Highlights from the Community Fund for Women & Girls' 2017 program on data showing women leading the way.
The Community Fund for Women & Girls 2017 Annual Meeting focused on a discussion entitled "Feminism: The Common Denominator?" The event drew over 200 people to the New Haven Lawn Club and featured activist Linda Sarsour, writer Rebecca Traister and moderator Kica Matos.
Highlights from the Community Fund for Women & Girls' Conversation and Briefing Program with guest speaker Dr. Khalilah Brown-Dean, held on September 27, 2017.
Highlights from The Community Fund for Women & Girls' Leadership Briefing held on August 10, 2017.
The Community Fund for Women & Girls' Annual Meeting in June featured a report on the status of girls in our country from Girl Scouts USA Chief Girl Expert Dr. Andrea Bastiani Archibald.