Virtual Viewpoints: The Essentials

Date: 06/16/2020 10:00am | 06/16/2020 11:00am




Start your morning informed and inspired

You are invited to share with a friend and join us for our first Virtual Viewpoints. This complimentary event series is an opportunity to engage with like-minded women and learn about the unique issues facing women, girls and their families.

This Viewpoints series will highlight the essential builders for a woman and her family’s financial stability: child care, education, health care and housing. During this series, we will bring to you research, insight from community members, and information from industry experts who will discuss these drivers of a woman’s economic security. You will hear challenges we face, and opportunities we have to move our families from surviving to thriving.

Virtual Viewpoints: Economic Issues for Women in Texas, 2020 | Jun 16, 2020 | 10:00 AM

Texas Women’s Foundation will present the findings from  a comprehensive study that reveals dramatic changes in our state’s demographics, and the challenges and opportunities we face in creating a more equitable society. You will hear the stories of women from across Texas, who will share their lived experiences. And you will learn about policies and practices on a state level that can help strengthen women and their families.

Presentation by:

Dena L. Jackson, Ph.D.
Cheif Operating Officer
Texas Women’s Foundation

Questions and Discussion with:

Amy Knop-Narbutis
Senior Research Analyst
Center for Public Policy Priorities


Virtual Viewpoints: The Essentials | Education | May 19, 2020

The Education series discussed the obstacles that stand in the way of women’s higher education obtainment, and talked with experts in the education industry about these barriers, how they have been heightened in our current environment, and how they are working to support students through these challenges.


Virtual Viewpoints: The Essentials | Child Care | April 30, 2020

The Child Care series discussed the challenges centers are faced with keeping their doors open while many families are staying home due to COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders. We will hear from industry experts on how they are continuing to provide quality child care, and how we can help keep this essential work support accessible for working families.







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