The YWe Talk Orange Chair Series focuses on inspiring conversations that relate to empowering women and eliminating racism.
Every day, women get up and do the work to take care of their families, put food on the table, advocate for pay equity, break barriers in the workplace, show up at the ballot box, and so much more. Women are catalysts for change. They inspire us to tackle complicated societal challenges to propel society forward. How do women define success? What barriers persist? How are today’s trailblazers engaging tomorrow’s leaders?
Join YWCA Central Alabama March 23 from 12-1 p.m. as we celebrate Women’s History Month.
Dr. LaRhonda S. Magras
Chief Executive Officer of YWCA Central Alabama
A seasoned administrator in the public and nonprofit sectors and former Interim Chief Executive Officer of YWCA Central Alabama
Director of Development for the Red Mountain Park Foundation
Director of the Jewish Community Relations Council
Executive Director, Woodlawn Foundation
The YWe Talk Series provides a platform and communal space of exchange to discuss important topics and issues facing women, children, and communities of color. We take a seat in the chair next to influential and motivational speakers who inform the community as we amplify voices that are often unheard.
Through dialogue and healthy conversation, YWCA Central Alabama is able to build bridges in spaces of indifference, as well as share in the lived experiences of women and men in Central Alabama.
YWCA Central Alabama commits, communicates, educates, and advocates every day to further our mission to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.