Women's Policy Forum Members Participated in Mayor's Task Force on Race and Culture
Women's Policy Forum participated with Links, Junior League and Hispanic Women's Network in Community Conversations on Race and Culture as part of a Task Force on Race and Culture established by Mayor Betsy Price. Above is the team representing four organizations that met Nov.16. Margaret DeMoss, Kathleen Culebro and Lisa Nichols were WPF's representatives. Volunteers, including Chair Pat Cheong, assisted with the meetings. Photo taken by WPF member Kathy Livingston, who facilitated.
Women: Engine of Change Conference Awarded 2017 Eisenhower Award
On Sept. 20, 2017, Women's Policy Forum and Hispanic Women's Network of Tarrant County accepted the Fort Worth Sister Cities' Eisenhower Award for Organizational Involvement for the "Women: Engine of Change Conference", April 11-13, 2017. The conference continued a partnership between women leaders in Toluca, Mexico and Fort Worth that began in 2015. The gathering explored through lectures and personal interactions the issues of leadership, domestic violence and immigration in the U.S. and Mexico. Above from left are Eva Bonilla, HWN and WPF, Pat Cheong, WPF Chair, Annette Soto, HWN, and Crystal Alba, HWN chair, at the Sister Cities' presentation. Not pictured, Ann Rice and Judy Harman, who co-chaired the Women: Engine of Change Conference.