WIN 23rd Women’s History Month Celebration

Women’s Informal Network (WIN)
23rd Women’s History Month Celebration Honoring
“The Most Influential African American Women in Metropolitan Detroit”

Women’s Informal Network (WIN) has been empowering African American women in metropolitan Detroit since 1992.  WIN will host its 23rd Women’s History Month Celebration honoring “The Most Influential African American Women in Metropolitan Detroit.”  These inspirational women are being honored for their exemplary success in their chosen professions, leadership qualities, and community involvement.  The theme is “Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to Be Silenced”, and the Keynote Speaker is Rhonda Craig, Esq., President of the League of Women Voters of Detroit.

This Virtual Event will be held, Saturday, March 27, 11:00 a.m. Ads and sponsorship opportunities are available.  For further information, please contact Bobbie Smith at 248-450-9645/peltsmith@att.net or Hazel Rivers at (313) 218-2216/riversjhazel@gmail.com.

 

The 2021 Honorees are:

Alicia Renee Farris, D.Min.
Founding Partner, New Beginnings Consultant Group, LLC

Marshalle S. Favors
Co-Founder, Detroit’s Trinity International Film Festival

Dorethia R. Kelly
Founder & CEO, Work • Space • Spark and #MoneyChat

Natalie M. King, Esq.
Founder & CEO, Dunamis Clean Energy Partners, LLC

Kamilia Landrum
Executive Director, Detroit Branch NAACP

Michele L. Leno, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
Owner & CEO, DML Psychological Services, PLLC

Priscilla A. Phifer
Abstract Artist

Gina C. Wilson Steward
CEO/Publisher, Telegram Newspaper

Angela D. Williams
State Administrative Manager, State of Michigan Labor & Economic Opportunity Department Unemployment Insurance Agency

Shelia M. Wofford-Glenn, Ed.D.
Founder, HerNergy, LLC

Contributions are tax-deductible and are to be made payable to Women’s Informal Network, P. O. Box 32790, Detroit, MI  48232 or use our CASH APP; $2billsy.

 

Program Committee

Malinda Christian

Patricia A. Cole

Gloria Rhodes

Hazel J. Rivers, Co-Chairs

Bobbie Smith, Co-Chair

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