Attend an Upcoming Tomorrowland Townhall
Presented by The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation
The COVID-19 pandemic brought the way we meet to a halt. But it didn’t stop our conversations.
The Women’s Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation is designing a community where every woman can participate, prosper and reach her full potential. To help continue this work in a virtual world, The Women’s Fund created the Tomorrowland Townhall.
Open to everyone, Tomorrowland Townhalls focus on topics that are instrumental to a better future – a more equitable tomorrow – such as childcare, allyship and women in civic leadership. In a safe and casual environment, the hour-long townhalls typically begin with a brief pause for mindfulness exercises, followed by a panel discussion with local experts about that meeting’s topic. The townhalls conclude with small group breakout sessions, where attendees can continue discussing the topic or network.
The Women’s Fund encourages attendees to see themselves in a place where self-sufficiency is an achievable goal and to make vital connections with one another. We are stronger together.
Register for The Women’s Fund’s next Tomorrowland Town Hall at 9:30 a.m. on January 12, 2021, for a discussion about the importance of looking at our communities with intention. Black women experience compounding effects of multiple disparities. It is imperative that we center their intersectional needs and unique experience as we imagine tomorrow. Panel members include: Denisha Porter, Director of All-In Cincinnati, Kristin Shrimplin, MNO, CEO of Women Helping Women, and Eddie Kown, President and CEO at Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio. All are welcome. Come as you are.