Arkansas Women’s Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving the history of our state’s trailblazing women. Nomination deadline: May 13, 2016
Donate through Arkansas Gives today to maximize the impact of your support for WFA’s work to teach, inspire, and change the story of Arkansas’s women and girls!
As part of the path to reduce unplanned pregnancies in Arkansas, Dr. Ginny Ehrlich, CEO of the National Campaign, has agreed to donate her time to meet with our working group and a representative from each school who will oversee the implementation of the action plan this fall.
Reminder to Register March 4, 2016 Clinton School of Public Service 7:30-8:30 Registration/Check in 8:30-4:30 Summit Reception to follow Event Details The Women’s Foundation of Arkansas and collaborating organizations are convening a statewide summit, Changing the Story: Improving the Status
Jay Newton-Small will talk about “Broad Influence: How Women Are Changing the Way America Works” through the offices and hallways of Capital Hill – demonstrating how women are reaching across the aisles, coalescing, and affecting lasting change – at the Clinton School of Public Service on March 3. 2016. Free event.
Women’s Foundation of Arkansas News & Updates Women’s Foundation of Arkansas is looking forward to a productive and exciting 2016, thank’s to your continuing support! Thank-you for meeting the challenge! The tribute to Lynnette was a fantastic success. Current and former
“Overwhelming turnout for the Girls Of Promise Hour of Code Event”
– Only one of the headlines from our event this past Wednesday.