Highlights From The Dallas Women’s Foundation 2017

When it comes to having a positive outlook on life, the Dallas Women’s Foundation personifies it best. This foundation has been putting in work, and it holds its very own celebration each year to commemorate the occasion. For 2017, the Dallas Women’s Foundation held its 32nd luncheon at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. People from near and afar came to participate in the festivities. This would include community leaders, civic leaders and business leaders. You won’t find a more productive-thinking event than this. This specific luncheon has grown by leaps and bounds over the years and for 2017, it hosted well-over 1,300 individuals.

Each year the luncheon addresses its actual keynote address. Dr. Hope Jahren was chosen to deliver this powerful speech because it is vital to the women’s movement. Dr. Jahren has the credentials, has the personality and has the capability to deliver the perfect speech. This woman is very accomplished as she has a Ph.D in Soil Science from the University of California (Berkley), she’s written a best-selling memoir known as “Lab Girl,” and she’s an award-winning scientist. Is there anything that this woman can’t do? Is there anything that this woman can’t achieve? The event’s keynote address was broadcasted via livestream to over 20 schools in North Texas. When it comes to supporting such amazing events, there are many institutions that lend a hand. NexBank SSB just so happens to be one of those fine institutions, and this banking institution has donated $100,000 to help the movement grow.

NexBank SSB is a premier Dallas-based bank. Unlike most other community banks, this community bank can compete against the much larger national banks because it hosts a wide variety of solutions. The bank also has over $8.4 billion in total assets. With NexBank on the scene, the Dallas Women’s Foundation is in great hands and that’s a guaranteed fact.

Highlights From The Dallas Women’s Foundation 2017

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