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29th Annual Luncheon

October 9, 2014

Tory Burch is the keynote speaker at our 29th Annual Luncheon presented by U.S. Trust. Fashion designer, business woman and philanthropist Tory Burch will discuss the economic empowerment of women and girls in the U.S.



In Texas, 30% of all households are female-headed yet they represent 53% of households living in poverty. Economic Issues for Women in Texas examines the building blocks of women's economic security so areas of innovation and investment can be identified and unleashed.


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29th Annual Luncheon

My Sweet Charity - August 13, 2014 - Tory Types Gather in Highland Park Village for Dallas Women's Foundation 29th Annual Luncheon Kick-Off

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