Upcoming events

    • 3 Apr 2020
    • 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
    Registration is closed

    WID wants to reiterate just how much our hearts go out to the many colleagues, friends and family members who are struggling to cope with the challenges and tragedies resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. And it is especially with the economic implications in mind, that we take this opportunity to envision what recovery will look like and how we can together help each other to further real, systemic change for women, their careers, and their families.



    On March 31st we observe Equal Pay Day, a date that symbolizes how far into the year all women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. African-American women must work an extra 5 months to earn the same as men, reaching the same as men in mid-August. Latina women must work until a date in late September. Despite the increased attention in the wage gap, at the current rate, it will take another 40 years before women reach parity. Pay equity can be approached and achieved in different ways. Whether you are an employer or employee, you can make the workplace more equitable for everyone.


    Join a group of premier experts on this subject to learn about how the wage gap affects you and what you can do about it.


    You will learn how organizations can proactively identify and address pay inequality issues in their organizations and actions women can take to advocate for themselves.


    Featured Speakers


    Beverly Cooper Neufeld President, PowHer New York


    Gail L. Freeman President & Founder, Freeman Philanthropic Services


    Dr. Solange Charas  President and Founder, HCMoneyball, LLC Adjunct Professor, Columbia, USC and NYU


    Svetlana Mostovsky Vice President, Development, Catalyst


    Moderator


    Linda C. Hartley – Principal, H2Growth Strategies LLC


    Member: Free

    Non-Member: $25


    Cancellation policy: Women In Development (WID), New York accepts refund requests made in writing at least five (5) business days prior to the event. Registration fees are not refundable after this date. Nonrefundable ticket purchases may not be used as credits towards future WiD events.

    By registering for this Women In Development (WID), New York event, I give consent for my photograph to be taken and possibly used on the organization’s intranet, internet, newsletters, board reports, and other organizational materials as needed. I understand that I am not eligible for compensation for use of my photo and I may not be informed in advance of the specific use of those images.

    • 17 Apr 2020
    • 2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • 500
    Register

    WID Wellness and WID Wisdom Present:

    Deconstructing Development: The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Special Edition


    Friday, April 17, 2020

    2:00 - 2:30 p.m.

    Member: Free

    Non-Member: $25


    Presented By:

    Beth Kanter

      

    Hosted By: 

    Yolanda F. Johnson and Jill Slattery


    Times have changed and WID is changing with them in order to bring the fundraising community robust and useful virtual programming via Zoom. Each 30-minute interview in this series will allow our featured guests to take questions directly from the online audience.


    Presenter


    Beth Kanter - Speaker, Author, Virtual Facilitator, and Trainer


    Beth is internationally recognized nonprofit thought leader in networks, digital transformation, philanthropy, well being in the workplace and training. Beth has over 35 years working in the nonprofit sector in capacity building and has facilitated training's for thousands of social change activists. She is an in demand trainer and virtual facilitator. Named one of the most influential women in technology by Fast Company and one of the BusinessWeek’s “Voices of Innovation for Social Media.” Beth was the Visiting Scholar at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation 2009-2013. She author of the award winning Networked Nonprofit Books and The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout published by J.Wiley. Her clients include foundations, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations. She has over 30 years of working remotely in her pajamas.


    Hosts


    Yolanda F. Johnson - President, YFJ Consulting, LLC and President, Women In Development, NY


    With more than two decades of experience in the non-profit sector Yolanda F. Johnson has successfully led fundraising operations for a wide range of nonprofit organizations, launching creative event, sponsorship and marketing initiatives that produced new streams of both contributed and earned income. Her fundraising expertise includes securing foundation, corporate, and government funding and cultivating a diverse major gifts portfolio.


    Yolanda is the President of Women In Development (WID), NY and the President of YFJ Consulting, LLC, which provides fundraising strategy and special event expertise for non-profit community. Yolanda has had an outstanding career as a performing artist, as a composer, as a producer, as an educator, and she has used her background as a performer to become a sought-after fundraising expert.


    Her leadership roles include serving as an International Advisory Board member and the former Representative for the Foundation for Post Conflict Development to the United Nations, and a member of the board of directors of the Lehman College Art Gallery. A trailblazing figure on the national fundraising landscape, Yolanda recently became the first African American President in the 40-year history of WID. She co-established the WID Diversity and Inclusion Task Force and is often a featured expert on incorporating DEI initiatives into organizational culture. She has appeared as a panelist at Fundraising Day in New York, the Women’s Alliance National Conference and CASE events among others. Yolanda was also recently appointed to the Chronicle of Philanthropy Advisory Committee of national leaders in the non-profit sector. Tying together her life as a successful performing artist and a non-profit leader, she developed All the World's A Stage, a special workshop using performance practice for getting what one wants out of fundraising, philanthropy and life. She presents All the World's A Stage to audiences across the country. Yolanda is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota International Women’s Music Fraternity and is on the artist roster for Random Access Music/Queens New Music Festival and the newly formed Westchester Chamber Soloists Orchestra.



    Jill Slattery - Director of Principal Gifts for the Americas, London School of Economics Foundation and Member, Women In Development, NY Board of Directors


    With 25 years of experience in higher education fundraising Jill Slattery has contributed to major and principal gift programs at Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the London School of Economics and Political Science.  She is a graduate of Hamilton College and the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs. In addition to her dedication to the development profession Jill enjoys time spent with family, friends, and travel.

    Cancellation policy: Women In Development (WID), New York accepts refund requests made in writing at least five (5) business days prior to the event. Registration fees are not refundable after this date. Nonrefundable ticket purchases may not be used as credits towards future WiD events.

    By registering for this Women In Development (WID), New York event, I give consent for my photograph to be taken and possibly used on the organization’s intranet, internet, newsletters, board reports, and other organizational materials as needed. I understand that I am not eligible for compensation for use of my photo and I may not be informed in advance of the specific use of those images.

    • 22 Apr 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Save the Date

    WID President's Council Presents: Nancy Raybin from Marts & Lundy on Board Leadership


    Wednesday, April 22, 2020

    6:00 - 8:00 p.m.



    Women In Development, New York (WID) accepts refund requests made in writing at least five (5) business days prior to the event. Registration fees are not refundable after this date. Nonrefundable ticket purchases may not be used as credits towards future WID events.


    By registering for this Women In Development, New York event, I give consent for my photograph to be taken and possibly used on the organization’s intranet, internet, newsletters, board reports, and other organizational materials as needed. I understand that I am not eligible for compensation for use of my photo and I may not be informed in advance of the specific use of those images.


    • 25 Jun 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    Save the Date

    WID Lit


    Thursday, June 25, 2020

    6:00 - 8:00 p.m.



    Women In Development, New York (WID) accepts refund requests made in writing at least five (5) business days prior to the event. Registration fees are not refundable after this date. Nonrefundable ticket purchases may not be used as credits towards future WID events.


    By registering for this Women In Development, New York event, I give consent for my photograph to be taken and possibly used on the organization’s intranet, internet, newsletters, board reports, and other organizational materials as needed. I understand that I am not eligible for compensation for use of my photo and I may not be informed in advance of the specific use of those images.


    • 30 Oct 2020
    • 12:00 PM
    • The Plaza Hotel New York
    Register



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    WoA ticket policy: Please note that there will be a cap of 5 individual tickets per purchase. While we will do our best to accommodate, individual ticket seating requests are at the discretion of WID and are not guaranteed. 


    Refund policy: Woman of Achievement ticket and sponsorship purchases are non-refundable.


    By registering for this WID event, I give consent for my photograph to be taken and possibly used on the organization’s intranet, internet, newsletters, board reports, and other organizational materials as needed. I understand that I am not eligible for compensation for use of my photo and I may not be informed in advance of the specific use of those images.