The Women’s Philanthropy Council is pleased to introduce the outstanding speakers and panelists who will be joining us for the Forum on Philanthropy. We are especially delighted to welcome nationally known and prominent leaders in the women’s philanthropy movement from outside Madison. Plenary and Guest Speakers in order of the program Joan Johnson, thought leader… Read more »
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8 a.m. Registration, connecting, and coffee 8:30 a.m. Welcome Anne Martino ’88, chair, Forum on Philanthropy, Women’s Philanthropy Council 8:45 a.m. “Reflections on Our Roots: A Call to Action for Generosity” Women’s Philanthropy Council at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Martha Taylor ’71, vice president of development, Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association; internationally known women’s philanthropy… Read more »