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Texas Women’s Foundation’s 34th Annual Luncheon

The event featuring a conversation with New York Times Bestselling author of More Than Enough and former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, Elaine Welteroth.
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Misaki Collins, Ivis Andrade, Elaine Welteroth, Laysha Ward. Photo by Kim Leeson

Texas Women’s Foundation held its 34th Annual Luncheon, presented by The Dallas Mavericks, on November 14, featuring a conversation with New York Times Bestselling author of More Than Enough and former editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, Elaine Welteroth. The conversation was moderated by Laysha Ward, Executive Vice President and Chief External Engagement Officer for Target. This year’s luncheon, co-chaired by Janiece Evans-Page of Fossil and Virginia Rose-Harris of Texas Health Resources, brought together 1,500 of our community’s most influential business and philanthropic leaders who gathered to support Texas Women’s Foundation’s mission to advance the lives of women, girls and their families in Texas. Also in attendance were 200 young girls from middle and high schools across the region who experienced the luncheon via livestream in an adjoining room, and had the opportunity to meet keynote speaker Elaine Welteroth.

Thank You to Our Sponsors:

Presenting Sponsor: The Dallas Mavericks
Speaker Sponsor: Target, with ongoing support from The Suzanne Ahn, M.D. Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation
Transformative Sponsors: Fossil Group; Texas Health Resources; Toyota
Investors: American Airlines; Barings; Capital One; Women and Men of Hunt Consolidated, Inc.; BB&T Wealth Advisors; Nancy Ann and Ray Hunt; Southwest Airlines; Texas Instruments; Thomson Reuters
Leaders: Bank of America; EY; Jones Day; Kimberly-Clark; NexBank
Media Sponsors: Dallas Business Journal; D CEO; My Sweet Charity

Learn more at www.txwf.org.

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