Increase visibility of women in Tarrant County


Foster relationships with other influential people


Assist in agenda building of our communities


Diane Patrick,  UTA College of Education


Lisa de la Garza, Texas Women's Foundation

September Lunch Presentation
Effective Advocacy
Wednesday, September 8

The virtual presentation featured a panel discussion about advocacy - what it is, best strategies and how to be an effective advocate.  Both Diane and Lisa answered questions facilitated by Karmen Rubin and Rebecca Montgomery. Both speakers emphasized the importance of education as a key component of advocacy.  Many of the questions addressed the Women's Policy Forum's goal to increase our advocacy efforts. In a followup meeting immediately after the lunch presentation, members discussed ways to incorporate and enhance WPF's advocacy efforts.  In that meeting, members of the advocacy committee discussed ways to provide an "umbrella" organization that helps its members discover avenues to collaborate and advocate.

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Upcoming events

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News & Networking 
COVID Update
Thursday, September 23, 2021

5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Feel free to pour yourself a glass of wine and log in to this virtual meeting!
There is no cost but please RSVP to womenspolicyforum@gmail.com to receive the log-in link.



Save the Date! 
2021 Emerging Issues Symposium
Friday, November 12
9:00 am - Noon

Plans are underway for the 2021 Emerging Issues Symposium, with a focus on women in the arts. The title is "Women in the Arts: The transformative role of art in culture and the economy."  The event is planned for Friday, November 12 with a morning session at Casa Manana and possibly an evening reception.

Karen Myers and Kendal Lake, co-chairs 2021 Emerging Issues Symposium

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