WHAT IS WOMEN UNITED
United Way of New York City's Women United group is a key network of community-driven women dedicated to making a difference in the lives of struggling New Yorkers. These talented women advocate, fundraise, and volunteer to solve issues facing our most-vulnerable neighbors.
Women United members especially champion United Way of New York City's education work, specifically ReadNYC™, United Way of New York City's signature program that's improving grade-level reading by third grade for children living in some of our City's most-challenged communities, while helping their families build more stable homes.
To date, Women United has invested more than $5 million in United Way of New York City's education initiatives.
WOMEN UNITED MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
- Collaborate within an exclusive network of philanthropic thought leaders
- Access critical events focused on education, income, and health issues
- Volunteer at community-partner sites to serve New Yorkers directly
Join Women United today and build your capacity to be a dynamic community-leader, who helps New York City families move from surviving to thriving. To learn more, contact Meghan Droge at email@example.com. Are you already a member? Expand your involvement by joining one of our subcommittees.
13th Annual Power of Women to Make a Difference Award Luncheon
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 (VIP Reception: 11:00 AM; Lunch: 12:00 PM) | Ziegfeld Ballroom
On March 6, 2019, join hundreds of New York City’s most powerful and inspiring female leaders at our annual 13th Annual Power of Women to Make A Difference Award Luncheon. REGISTER TODAY!
Volunteer Opportunity: Sort Food for Thanksgiving at New York Common Pantry
Friday, November 16 (3:30–6:30 PM) | New York Common Pantry (8 E. 109th St., New York, NY 10029)
Women United members and friends sorted hundreds of pounds of donated food at New York Common Pantry, a United Way of New York City partner, for Thanksgiving bundles that went to families in need.
Volunteer Opportunity: Empower Women's Job Searches
Friday, October 26 (2:00–5:00 PM) | UWNYC's Office (205 E. 42nd Street, 13th Floor)
Women United members and friends empowered women’s job searches through resume reviews and mock interviews conducted with participants in Coalition for the Homeless' First Step Job Training Program.
Volunteer Opportunity: Hands-On Community Project
Tuesday, October 30 (10:00 AM–1:00 PM) | Mitchel Community Center (210 Alexander Avenue, Bronx, NY)
Women United members and friends from PwC, EY, and CIBC freshened up the Mitchel Community Center in the Mott Haven community of the South Bronx, located in the U.S.'s poorest congressional district. The center serves UWNYC ReadNYC families year-round. Volunteers painted canvas art for classrooms, reorganized the library, and repainted a third grade classroom.
Thought Leadership Conversation: Dialogues@Deloitte
Thursday, November 8, 2018 (8:00–10:00 AM) | Deloitte (30 Rockefeller Plaza)
Dialogues@Deloitte joined leaders from across industries to explore how we may use our differences as strengths to advance business and communities. Errol Louis (Political Anchor, NY1 News) moderated this stirring panel discussion. See photos.
Volunteer Opportunity: Literacy Kit Packing Party
On Tuesday, September 25, Women United members and friends built literacy kits for young readers living in Mott Haven, a South Bronx community situated in the poorest congressional district in the nation.
Check out WLC-Suite, Women United's bi-monthly e-newsletter.
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- November/December 2017
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- January/February 2017
2018/19 WOMEN UNITED EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Co-Chair: Elizabeth Wahab, Cornell Capital
Co-Chair: Jeanine Khoury, Brown Brothers Harriman
Emeritus Co-Chair: Roseann Stichnoth, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Diana Azznara, EY
Sarah Benveniste, Deloitte
Suzanne Cutler, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Anne Falvey, Sidley Austin
Carol Hasentab, TD Bank
Kirstan Lamont, American Express
Helen Mucciolo, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Margaret Preston, TD Bank
Connie Schan, American Express
Karen Tillson, Bloomingdales
Valerie White, New York State Department of Economic Development, Division of Minority and Women’s Business Development
Robyn Zivic, CIBC