(n) Disruptor: a person or thing that prevents something, especially a system, process, or event, from continuing as usual or as expected

WFA’s Disruptors

(Listed in alphabetical order)
  • Anonymous
  • Ann Childs
  • Ellon Cockrill
  • Cindy Conger
  • Cici Conger-Portie
  • Dr. Christina Drale
  • Tamika Edwards
  • Olivia Farrell
  • Jill Floyd
  • Denise Garner
  • Natalie Ghidotti
  • Hunter Goodman
  • Anna Beth Gorman
  • Dr. Jerrilyn Jones
  • Dr. Cherisse Jones-Branch
  • Beverly Morrow
  • Lesley Nally
  • Marnie Oldner
  • Amy Rossi
  • Liz Russell
  • Lacy Selig
  • Mary Gay Shipley
  • Sarah Steen
  • Barbara Sugg
  • Carson Tallach Vogelpohl
  • Sharon Tallach Vogelpohl
  • Cindy Thornton
  • Millie Ward
  • Dr. Kathy White Loyd
  • Kara Wilkins
  • Carolyn Witherspoon
  • Gena Wingfield

Become A Disruptor Today!

Become A Disruptor!

The WFA was created 25 years ago by our Founders, a group of dedicated, action-oriented women who sparked change in our state. In 2023, we are establishing a new call: for Disruptors to fan that spark into a flame for the next 25 years. With a $2,500 investment to support the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas you can join the community of women listed above to create real change and economic security for Arkansas women and girls.
Donor Benefits:

– Invitation to Disruptors’ Lunch – gather with community of donors in support of women
– Name appears on list of Disruptors printed in 2023 Top 100 Women Publication*
– Special recognition at WFA’s Power of the Purse event and in the program book**
– Name listed on the WFA Website as a Disruptor
– WFA pin
– Early access to WFA events and info
– Recognition in WFA’s Annual Impact Report

*Pledge must be received by June 30 to be listed as Disruptor in Top 100 Women Publication
**Pledge must be received by August 31 to be listed in Power of the Purse program book.
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