Women changing the world: A conversation on the power of doing good

This important panel discussion will showcase women’s growing influence as drivers of change through gifts of their time, talent, treasure and testimony.

As women’s economic power continues to evolve, they have emerged onto the charitable landscape full of passion for a multitude of causes. They are taking action to deal with some of the most pressing societal and global issues of our time, be they social, economic, or environmental. They are giving their time and talent as board members, community organizers and committee members, etc. They are using their networks and voices to galvanize support for issues they care about. They are also giving philanthropically to causes they believe in.
Join us to hear firsthand experiences and reflections from this unique group of women. Learn how they discovered their own path to giving, identified their personal values and charitable focuses, reaped the rewards of learning from others along the way, grew and found fulfillment through giving, created balance in their lives and are now challenging the next generation of women game changers.

This discussion aims to inspire and bolster community leaders – seasoned or aspiring – to consider the potential of their own impact big and small.

Moderator: Jeannie Sager, Director of the Women’s Philanthropy Institute, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

Joyce Sinclair, BMath, 1976, Combinatorics & Optimization
Sherry Shannon-Vanstone, Honorary Doctorate of Laws 2019, Western University
Julie Lassonde, MBA, Brown University and IE University
Anne-Marie Canning, Culturalpreneur and gender empowerment philanthropist



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