Women's Leadership is a community of women who are philanthropic leaders. This group focuses on uniting women to empower and strengthen families to succeed.
In 1999, 40 Greensboro women joined together to create a women's philanthropic society, Tocqueville Women's Leadership, to honor women who are successful in business, community, and home. The first of its kind, this subset of the Tocqueville Society received national acclaim and was celebrated by the Wall Street Journal. Focusing specifically on children's education Tocqueville Women's Leadership launched the Thriving at Three initiatives in 2005, and expanded the initiative in 2008.
Today, Women's Leadership offers a variety of ways for you to give, advocate, and volunteer to improve our community.
To learn how you can get involved with Women's Leadership, contact Julie.Longmire@unitedwaygso.org or call 336-378-5023.
"The power of just one of these women alone is simply amazing. The power of these women together as a group is an unbeatable combination in succeeding and making a difference for individuals and families in our community."
Ann Benjamin Zuraw, Tocqueville Women's Leadership Chair