My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Womens Resource of Greater Houston, Houston, TX, USA
The Women’s Resource is a phenomenal organization! They truly are making an impact on so many individuals’ lives in the Houston area.
In 2010, my company partner with TWR to conduct the first Future Leader’s Forum for Young Women. This was a one day leadership conference, held at a local college, which empowered girls in grades 9th-12th. We had 100 girls participate in the event from all over Houston and the surrounding areas. We assigned seats at the tables with students from different schools in order to promote and encourage networking. Our keynote speaker was Josh Shipp, also known as the “Dr. Phil for teens”. In addition, we conducted a speed networking session and played Financial Jeopardy. The feedback from the students was amazing! I get emails almost daily asking when the next event is going to be scheduled.
The staff at The Women’s Resource is passionate about their role. They care about the clients they serve and in effect make a difference in our communities.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
My company partner with The Women's Resouce for the first Future Leader's Forum for Young Women. I was one of the Project Managers.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Give them endless funds and resources as they without a doubt make a difference in the communities they serve.
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Absolutely! I've been so many wonderful people. Also, one can definitely see the impact the organization has in the community and the individuals they serve.
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Like I've accomplished something and that I've mad a difference.
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