In celebration of Women’s History Month, United Way of Metro Chicago’s Women United chapter invites you to Purposeful Transitions: Harnessing Your Power for Social Change.
The breakfast networking event will feature keynote speaker Angela F. Williams, the first Black, female CEO of United Way Worldwide, who will discuss her remarkable career journey and what continues to drive her passion for advancing social equity in community. She will also discuss how others can create positive community change, regardless of career path - everyone can make an impact. The program will conclude with a personal breakout session in which attendees will create a plan to kick-start change in their own lives.
Angela F. Williams -
United Way Worldwide
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, January 17, 2023
In-Person Attendee Tickets
— $50 —
Virtual Attendee Tickets
— $30 —
Thank you to our generous sponsors who make this event possible.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please download and complete the event sponsorship form.
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To pay by check, please note “Purposeful Transitions 2023” on the check and make checks payable to United Way of Metropolitan Chicago. Please mail by US Postal Service to United Way of Metro Chicago | 231196 Momentum Place | Chicago, IL 60689
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Women United (WU) is a dynamic group of women leaders who believe lasting change happens when we bring our unique passions and experiences to the table and work toward a common goal. Women United is moving United Way’s mission forward by building connections, furthering the work of local agencies, and supporting women who are experiencing transitions such as those related to employment, school, or motherhood.
Interested in learning more? Visit the Women United page.