Topic: Conference

We Just Wrapped Our Annual Conference, Here Are the Highlights

We gathered at WDN Connect 2022 as a community of audacious women and filled our days and nights together with knowledge-sharing, commitment, and celebration. We were grounded in the memories of the past and inspired to grow into the future. It is abundantly clear that we are feminists, activists, donors, and doers working side by side to push the needle toward justice – a spirit we saw in action throughout our time together. 
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Highlights from WDN Connect: Shine On

WDN Connect: Shine On crackled with energy. Over the span of three days, we heard from leaders who are shaping a new vision for action, rebuilding our democracy, and continuing to push philanthropy to respond to the moment. Take a look at highlights from our conference!
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Save the Date: WDN Connect 2021

Save the date for WDN Connect this November! We’re planning powerful virtual programming from November 4th to 6th to share the impact of our collective funding, progress on our equity journey, and to talk about what comes next. While we’re hopeful about the pace of vaccinations and updated CDC guidelines, there are a number of unknowns that are challenging to plan around for a gathering of our size.
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Recapping WDN Connect 2020

This year for the first time, our annual conference WDN Connect went virtual! We had some amazing speakers whose powerful words energized us to continue to fight for change. Read on for some highlights from their talks. Keynote Address: Isabel Wilkerson   Isabel Wilkerson*, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents, started the conference in a keynote address.
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Notes from Chicago: Recapping WDN Connect 2019

WDN’s annual conference has come to a close and we’d like to share some highlights. This year we were in Chicago. We drew from the city’s rich tradition of community organizing and the collective power of our network as we explored some of the most pressing issues of our time, from the future of our democracy to the future of our planet.
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