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Women in Philanthropy:
Making Investments with the Best ROI for Women & Children
A panel of five women philanthropists provided an overview of their foundations' investments in early learning, literacy, educational partnerships, building strong foundations for children and providing best options for school choice.
Each panelist walked through one of their foundation's priorities when funding programs to benefit children in our area. Ximena Antunez de Mayolo spoke about early learning projects, Elizabeth Brands talked about the Read Fort Worth initiative, Sarah Geer spoke about community partnerships like the Fort Worth Children's Partnership and Leadership Academy Network, and Sara Redington and Kate Wisniewski spoke about building solid foundations and providing quality schools for all.
Ximena Antunez de Mayolo - Rainwater Charitable Foundation
Elizabeth Brands - The Morris Foundation
Sarah Geer - Rainwater Charitable Foundation
Sara Redington - The Miles Foundation
Kate Wisniewski - The Miles Foundation
Moderated by WPF Member Rose Bradshaw
President/CEO North Texas Community Foundation
Panelists, from left: Ximena Antunez de Mayolo, Elizabeth Brands, Sarah Geer, Sara Redington, Kate Wisniewski and program chairman Linda Garcia,