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2018 Women UNITED Luncheon & Silent Auction


Delta by Marriott, Fargo
1635 42nd St SW, Fargo, ND 58103
November 08, 2018

2018 marks the 18th Annual United Way Women United Luncheon & Silent Auction. Proceeds from this event support United Way's work in BOLD Goal 2: Helping Prepare Children to Succeed. This event helps United Way invest LOCALLY to support children and students in the areas of early education, early literacy, child care, Imagination Library Program, and student success. Thanks to this event, United Way has been able to support quality child care, reading and tutoring programs, School Supply Drive, Backpack program, Check and Connect program, early literacy programs, Kindergarten readiness programs, and program initiatives that support students and children.

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Proceeds from the Women United Luncheon are invested into United Way's work in BOLD Goal 2: Preparing Children to Succeed. This event will help United Way invest LOCALLY to support students in areas of early education, early literacy, child care, Imagination Library program, and student success.

WHEN
November 8
10:30-11:45 AM - Silent Auction
11:45 AM - 1:00 PM - Luncheon & Program

WHERE
Delta By Marriott, Fargo
1635 42nd St SW, Fargo, ND 58103

REGISTRATION COST
Full Table (8 Seats): $600
Half Table (4 Seats): $300
Individual: $55
*Tables include recognition on table signage and in event program

Deadline to register is October 25th

2018 Keynote Speaker: Anna Maria Chávez

Anna Maria Chávez’s experiences growing up in rural Arizona lit a passion for public service and social engagement. Her desire to transform the world through servant leadership led her to Yale University, before pursuing a juris doctorate at the University of Arizona. She held numerous posts in President Bill Clinton’s administration, and later returned to Arizona to serve then-governor Janet Napolitano. Her success led to her appointment as the CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA, where she served from 2011-2016 as the first woman of color to lead the iconic organization in their 104-year history.

In 2017, Chávez joined the National Council on Aging (NCOA), our nation’s oldest advocacy organization dedicated to helping Americans navigate the challenges of aging. Less than a year later, Chávez was promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Growth Officer where she is responsible for the day-to-day operations and leading the national team in advancing the organization’s mission to improve the health and economic security of 10 million older adults by 2020.

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