(Madison, WI): The 2022 Women United Brunch presented by BMO Harris Bank is coming up on Friday, September 16, 2022. This will be a morning of celebrating the power of women in our community and the event will support Schools of Hope.
About this event
You are invited to join others in the community for an inspiring morning of networking and celebrating the caring power of women! In honor of United Way’s Centennial year, they will be coming together to learn more about how we all can support Dane County’s children in their education as we launch into the next century – and the goal is to raise $100,000 for Schools of Hope! Plus, the tenth recipient of the Women United Philanthropy Award, Karen Timberlake, will be celebrated.
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- 9:00 am: Check In, Networking and Brunch grazing table from Tricky Foods (recent winner for Best of Madison!)
- 9:30 am: Program featuring Renee Moe, President & CEO of United Way of Dane County and Karen Timberlake, Secretary-Designee, Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Date and time
Fri, September 16, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM CDT
Barnwood Events WI, LLC
3230 Larsen Road – Madison, WI
Honoring Karen Timberlake
Secretary-Designee, Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Each year, Women United recognizes and celebrates a woman who is committed to helping make our community a better place to live, for all. The Women United Philanthropy Award honors her achievements in educating, empowering and inspiring young women and girls to be philanthropic leaders in Dane County. This years recipient is Karen Timberlake!
“Karen’s optimism, passion and long-standing dedication to her public sector and nonprofit work has made a lasting impact on our community. And throughout her professional and personal life, she’s made the most of every opportunity to champion the potential of other women and our younger generations.
We are beyond grateful to Karen for uplifting not only the work we do at United Way, but the good being done across our community. While it takes a village to make a real difference, we acknowledge that we wouldn’t be where we are today without her unyielding support.”
- 2013 – Holly Cremer Berkenstadt
- 2014 – Londa Dewey
- 2015 – Enid Glenn
- 2016 – Ginger Zimmerman
- 2017 – Sue Riseling
- 2018 – Anna Burish
- 2019 – Barbara Nichols
- 2020 – Fabiola Hamdan
- 2021 – Marcia Anderson