Women’s Leadership Breakfast

Co-Presented by CUNA Mutual Group and Summit Credit Union

Women’s Leadership Breakfast
Wednesday, June 27, 7:30 – 9:00 am
Overture Center for the Arts, 201 State Street, Madison, WI (MAP)

Online registration is now closed. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door on June 27. Tickets are a $100 donation.
All proceeds benefit the Education focus area in our community’s Agenda for Change.

Please join us to launch Women United in Dane County and to celebrate Anna Burish, the 2018 recipient of the Women United Philanthropy Award. Women United (formerly Women’s Leadership) is a global, growing force of 70,000+ women dedicated to creating a world of opportunity – for everyone. At this year’s Breakfast you will have the opportunity to learn more about how Women United is working positively to impact the lives of women and ensure the academic success of children in Dane County! Click here to learn more about Anna.

The Women United Year Philanthropy Award celebrates and acknowledges a woman who is committed to furthering our community’s Agenda for Change goals, and honors her achievements in educating, empowering and inspiring women and young girls to be philanthropic leaders in Dane County.

Participate in our Book Donation Drive! Help support childhood literacy by bringing books to the Breakfast! Click here to see the list below for books that are needed.

Event and table sponsorships are still available! Contact Carli Freidel at carli.freidel@uwdc.org for more information.

Thank you to this year’s sponsors!

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Supporting Sponsor:

Table Sponsors: Alliant Energy, American Family Insurance, Baker Tilly, Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin, J.H. Findorff & Son Inc., Johnson Financial Group, Madison College, Madison Gas and Electric Company, Murphy Desmond S.C., Quartz Health Solutions, Inc., Robert W. Baird & Co., SVA, TASC, and UW Credit Union

In-Kind Sponsors: American Printing Company, DEMCO, Goodman’s Jewelers, and Park Printing