Photo courtesy of The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency

The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency, a nonprofit providing Houston-area women and girls with the tools needed to be advocates for their health, along with Luncheon Co-Chairs Laura Davenport with her daughter Lucy and Luba Bigman with her daughters, Katya and Keira are hosting a “Girls Who Rule the World” themed 12th Annual Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon.

ABC13’s Gina Gaston will emcee and welcome guests along with girls and women who participate in The Women’s Fund’s Health Education programs to a fun-filled afternoon featuring The Women’s Fund Advisory Board Member, fashion designer, entrepreneur, and author Elaine Turner as the keynote speaker. An education session on a trending topic with experts in health, wellness, and mental health will begin at 11 am and is open to all guests.

Supporters can participate in a silent auction and baubles and bubbles champagne raffle for a chance to win luxury prizes and experiences. Guests can also enjoy the shopping extravaganza featuring 20 unique vendors including David Peck, Rewined Candles, Anna Irion, Tres Chic, Unique Urban Rocks, and more.

During the luncheon, The Women’s Fund will recognize President and CEO of San Jose Clinic Maureen Sanders as the recipient of the Sue Trammell Whitfield Award for Resiliency for her involvement in strengthening the health and wellness of Houston-area women and adolescent girls through her volunteerism, leadership, and philanthropy. For more than 25 years, Sanders has been leading financial and nonprofit organizations. She manages a staff of over 50 employees and 600 volunteers with an annual budget of approximately $10 million. 

The Women’s Fund will also honor Mariam Chacko, MD with The John P. McGovern Foundation “Champion in Women’s Health and Wellness” Award for her dedication to providing exemplary and compassionate service in the field of adolescent girls’ and women’s health and wellness. Dr. Chacko is a distinguished professor emeritus with the Departments of Pediatrics and Obstetrics & Gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital. 

The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency, a nonprofit providing Houston-area women and girls with the tools needed to be advocates for their health, along with Luncheon Co-Chairs Laura Davenport with her daughter Lucy and Luba Bigman with her daughters, Katya and Keira are hosting a “Girls Who Rule the World” themed 12th Annual Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon.

ABC13’s Gina Gaston will emcee and welcome guests along with girls and women who participate in The Women’s Fund’s Health Education programs to a fun-filled afternoon featuring The Women’s Fund Advisory Board Member, fashion designer, entrepreneur, and author Elaine Turner as the keynote speaker. An education session on a trending topic with experts in health, wellness, and mental health will begin at 11 am and is open to all guests.

Supporters can participate in a silent auction and baubles and bubbles champagne raffle for a chance to win luxury prizes and experiences. Guests can also enjoy the shopping extravaganza featuring 20 unique vendors including David Peck, Rewined Candles, Anna Irion, Tres Chic, Unique Urban Rocks, and more.

During the luncheon, The Women’s Fund will recognize President and CEO of San Jose Clinic Maureen Sanders as the recipient of the Sue Trammell Whitfield Award for Resiliency for her involvement in strengthening the health and wellness of Houston-area women and adolescent girls through her volunteerism, leadership, and philanthropy. For more than 25 years, Sanders has been leading financial and nonprofit organizations. She manages a staff of over 50 employees and 600 volunteers with an annual budget of approximately $10 million.

The Women’s Fund will also honor Mariam Chacko, MD with The John P. McGovern Foundation “Champion in Women’s Health and Wellness” Award for her dedication to providing exemplary and compassionate service in the field of adolescent girls’ and women’s health and wellness. Dr. Chacko is a distinguished professor emeritus with the Departments of Pediatrics and Obstetrics & Gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital.

The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency, a nonprofit providing Houston-area women and girls with the tools needed to be advocates for their health, along with Luncheon Co-Chairs Laura Davenport with her daughter Lucy and Luba Bigman with her daughters, Katya and Keira are hosting a “Girls Who Rule the World” themed 12th Annual Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon.

ABC13’s Gina Gaston will emcee and welcome guests along with girls and women who participate in The Women’s Fund’s Health Education programs to a fun-filled afternoon featuring The Women’s Fund Advisory Board Member, fashion designer, entrepreneur, and author Elaine Turner as the keynote speaker. An education session on a trending topic with experts in health, wellness, and mental health will begin at 11 am and is open to all guests.

Supporters can participate in a silent auction and baubles and bubbles champagne raffle for a chance to win luxury prizes and experiences. Guests can also enjoy the shopping extravaganza featuring 20 unique vendors including David Peck, Rewined Candles, Anna Irion, Tres Chic, Unique Urban Rocks, and more.

During the luncheon, The Women’s Fund will recognize President and CEO of San Jose Clinic Maureen Sanders as the recipient of the Sue Trammell Whitfield Award for Resiliency for her involvement in strengthening the health and wellness of Houston-area women and adolescent girls through her volunteerism, leadership, and philanthropy. For more than 25 years, Sanders has been leading financial and nonprofit organizations. She manages a staff of over 50 employees and 600 volunteers with an annual budget of approximately $10 million.

The Women’s Fund will also honor Mariam Chacko, MD with The John P. McGovern Foundation “Champion in Women’s Health and Wellness” Award for her dedication to providing exemplary and compassionate service in the field of adolescent girls’ and women’s health and wellness. Dr. Chacko is a distinguished professor emeritus with the Departments of Pediatrics and Obstetrics & Gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital.

WHEN

WHERE

Royal Sonesta Hotel Houston
2222 W. Loop S.
Houston, TX 77027
https://thewomensfund.org/special-events/

TICKET INFO

$250
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