Women’s Philanthropy Investing in Women and Girls

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In celebration of International Women's Day, we are taking a look at the transformative role of women in giving. Giving circles have become a powerful force in philanthropy, and women’s giving circles in particular have become a driving force to empower women donors from diverse backgrounds to make meaningful impact. Join this webinar to learn how to build and sustain powerful relationships with women donors through giving circles and other avenues to effectively engage and invest in women and girls in your community.


Meghan Cummings, CFRE, executive director, The Women's Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation

Meghan Cummings brings a broad perspective of fundraising through her 16 years of experience with nonprofit organizations, a corporate charity and a community foundation. She is passionate about addressing poverty issues by igniting public will and inspiring individuals, companies and foundations to collaborate in new ways. Meghan is the president of the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

Dr. Marcia Cone, president, Marcia Cone Consulting

Dr. Marcia Coné is a writer, speaker, change strategist and advocate for women. As founding CEO of the Women's Fund of Rhode Island, she successfully advocated for policy advances, including women's leadership, representation and paid family leave. In addition to her Change Strategist role with Women's Funding Network and Advancing Women's Excellence, she is the Entrepreneur in Residence at Wheaton College. Marcia is the author of Permission Granted: Changing the Paradigm of Women in Leadership and her latest book, Plaid Skirt.


CMF Members: $35
Nonmembers: $50

This webinar is hosted by Philanthropy Ohio and was originally published March 1, 2017.

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