CHARLOTTE, NC – On Thursday, September 23, Women’s Impact Funds will host an event called “Lunch & Learn: Create Local - Supporting Creatives to Grow A More Equitable Cultural Sector”. This event will be done virtually from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
While having lunch, you can listen to the discussion of three women who are encouraged to expand access and visibility of Charlotte’s culture. The speakers are Alli Celebron-Brown—former WIF board member and CEO of McColl Center for Art, Davita Galloway, and Bree Stalling who is a local artist. Broadly speaking, they will discuss ways to make art and culture an accessible career regardless of economic background and what artists need to live and add to the cultural fabric of the city of Charlotte.
If you are interested in attending this event, you can fill the registration form on their website no later than September 21. You can also check other interesting events through this website.
Women’s Impact Funds is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2003 by Claire Tate and Mary Lou Babb. This organization seeks to strengthen communities by maximizing women’s leadership in philanthropy through collective giving, education, and engagement. To achieve those goals, Women’s Impact Funds committed to diversity, equality, and inclusiveness.
Besides attending their events, you can also become part of this organization by registering as a member or volunteer. You can make a direct impact on this organization, build professional commitments with other women across Charlotte-Mecklenburg, become critical of social issues, and develop your leadership skills.
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