Beth Goff-McMillan: Why Women's Issues Are Community Issues
"... it takes the entire community to move the needle on supporting the economic stability of women. We believe when women are economically secure, safe and healthy, families thrive." Read more
Janet Harman: Engineering Good Across Central Texas
Janet Harman has been an investor in the Women’s Fund since 2005. Trained as an engineer, Janet left her career to raise her four children, later embarking on a new career as a foundation trustee and philanthropist. Read more.
Sara Seely: Putting the Pieces Together for Women
"Working in financial services, it's easy to put the pieces together about how a lot of women are doing financially." Austin women make on average $9,000/year less than men. As a member of the Women's Fund, Sara Seely is focused on doing something about it. Read more
Saint Louise House Provides Hope to Residents
Saint Louise House helps women with children to overcome homelessness by providing housing, case management, counseling, life skills training and employment services. With a grant from the Women's Fund, Saint Louise House is able to say “yes” to one of the 111 families on their waiting list. Read more