Women's Leadership & Philanthropy at Indiana Tech - Charities, Nonprofit

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Women's Leadership & Philanthropy at Indiana Tech
1600 E Washington Blvd.
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46803Phone: 260.422.5561
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About Women's Leadership & Philanthropy at Indiana Tech

Women’s Leadership & Philanthropy

Women’s Leadership & Philanthropy has been established to engage women in the life of the university and unite women in their commitment to support Indiana Tech’s programs and scholars through philanthropy, volunteerism, leadership and mentoring.

Core Values
•Inspire and encourage women to support the university through philanthropy.
•Create opportunities for women to serve as leaders of the university.
•Involve women in the enrichment of the university experience.
•Engage and educate women philanthropists through programmatic activities that highlight the diversity of achievement at Indiana Tech.
•Broaden and deepen the base of financial support by women at Indiana Tech.
•Cultivate and mentor women as philanthropists and leaders and provide them with a personal connection to the university and tools to be successful.
•Identify and support programs at Indiana Tech that reflect the varied interests of women.
•Advocate on behalf of women’s leadership across campus on boards, committees,the Indiana Tech Board of Trustees and the community.

Motto (The Three I’s): Impact – Influence – Inspire
•IMPACT – Directing resources, time and talent of women to programs and projects that reflect passions and interests and can impact athletics, arts, education, engineering, technology, law, business, human services, criminal justice, institutional advancement, etc.
•INFLUENCE – Recognizing that the influence and resources of women are critical to the future of the university, and have the potential to shape virtually every program on campus.
•INSPIRE – Mentoring and inspiring the next generation of philanthropic leaders by participating in and promoting volunteerism and philanthropic leadership at Indiana Tech. Moving the university ahead by addressing its current needs and creating new possibilities for the future.

More Information

Want to learn more about how you can get involved, or know a friend, family member, or spouse that would be interested? Contact Lisa Biers, Chair and Annual Fund Director, at lmbiers@indianatech.edu or call 260.422.5561, ext. 2438.

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