May 12: Surviving to Thriving: Economic Issues for Women in Central Texas
11:30 am - 1 pmm
Peached Social House
Economic sustainability for a woman and her family is essential for securing present and future success. Join us as we explore data from a recent study released by the Dallas Women’s Foundation on the critical building blocks of economic security. The study looks at policies and practices at the state level, and identifies areas of opportunity where innovation and investment can help women and their families move from surviving to thriving.
Hear from local experts and community leaders who are working to improve the economic security of women through the essential supports of affordable housing and quality child care.
Seating is limited.
Economic Issues for Women in Texas 2017 Report Presentation: Dena Jackson, Dallas Women’s Foundation
Mandy De Mayo, HousingWorks
Roslyn Dawson Thompson, Dallas Women’s Foundation
Matt Williams, Goodwill Excel Center
Moderated by Syeda Hasan, KUT