Womens Fund of Greater Omaha Inc

aka Women's Fund of Omaha   |   Omaha, NE   |  www.omahawomensfund.org

Mission

The Women's Fund of Omaha examines issues and conducts research to
provide informed support for initiatives that improve the lives of
metropolitan area women and girls.

Ruling year info

2001

Executive Director

Michelle Zych

Main address

7602 Pacific St Ste 300

Omaha, NE 68114 USA

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EIN

47-0840885

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Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (P01)

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Research

Since its inception, the Women's Fund has published 17research studies have been published on topics including leadership, domestic violence, what women want at work and the economic conditions of women.

The latest studies focus on the most important issues facing Omaha-area women and "How Are Women Doing in Omaha?"

Population(s) Served

The Ready to Run™ workshop for women interested in running for office or managing a campaign has been presented by the Women’s Fund of Omaha since 2005. In 2014, the workshop was redesigned with a six-session format that provides time for more in-depth coverage of topics such as deciding to run for office, fundraising, communications and more.

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Talk of the Town is a networking group for nonprofit agencies with programs serving women and girls. Quarterly events focus on a topic of interest to these agencies and include networking opportunities. Goal of the program is to provide opportunities for program professionals to network with each other, build relationships, learn about programs other agencies offer and hopefully collaborate on projects.

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Women’s Fund Circles introduces young women leaders to the Women’s Fund’s work. It offers opportunities for young women to network, interact with established professional women and learn about philanthropy. Members are selected through an annual application process.

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Today’s Omaha Woman – launched in 1997 - is a quarterly magazine published by the Women’s Fund of Omaha in partnership with Pioneer Publishing (The Reader). The magazine’s target audience is upscale, educated Omaha women. Each issue focuses on a topic of interest to women in Omaha, with many of the themes reflecting issues identified by Women’s Fund findings. Recent topics have included how women are doing in Omaha, the media's representation of women, prostitution and sex trafficking in Omaha, challenges teen girls face, women in business, caring for aging parents and why Omaha is a great city to live in.

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The Women’s Fund of Omaha annually awards grants to local nonprofit agencies for programs that are making a positive impact on the lives of Omaha-area women and girls.

Community Impact Grants target programs in the areas of economic self-sufficiency, domestic violence, sexual literacy and leadership development for girls. An Excellence in Service to Women Grant recognizes a program for its good work. New in 2014 is an Emerging Issues Grant that focuses on issues outside of the Women's Fund priority areas.

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Womens Fund of Greater Omaha Inc

Board of directors
as of 07/02/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Cheri Duryea

Lorraine Chang

Strategic Leadership Consultant

Diva Mejias

Liberty Tax Service

Diane Battiato

Douglas County

Barbara Bauer

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Renee Black

planitomaha

Cynthia Gooch

Metropolitan Community College

Patty Keairnes

Mutual of Omaha

Sue Korth

Methodist Women's Hospital

Jane Rips

Community Volunteer

Gretchen Twohig

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska

Makayla Wesley-McMorris

COX Media

Renaisa Anthony

UNMC

Andrea Gansen

Union Pacific Railroad

Melanie Morrissey Clark

Clark Creative Group

Jo Ann Quinif

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