01-03-2020 · Tocqueville Society · Tocqueville Women United


As we embark upon a new decade, we would like to take a moment to reflect on the past year. The Tocqueville Society helps underwrite the Child Well-Being Movement – in other words, our work wouldn’t be possible without this group of philanthropists! Thank you to each and every Tocqueville Society member who showed up to support the Atlanta community.


Super Bowl LIII

With your support, Super Bowl week was a game changer for kids! We had so much fun with the Super Bowl Experience, supporting Character Playbook, and our virtual reality “Call the Play” game.
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United Way Day at the Capitol

United Way Day at the Capitol brought our elected and appointed policymakers together, including Governor Kemp and Mayor Bottoms, to build awareness around our Child Well-Being mission.
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4th Annual African American Partnership Leadership Luncheon

More than 1,000 people came out to the 4th annual AAP Leadership Luncheon to hear from Common, connect with other community leaders and power the academic potential of African-American boys and young men.
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Tocqueville Society & Young Professional Leaders Mentoring Mixer

This annual event provides United Way Tocqueville Society members with the opportunity to share their personal experiences and advice with young professionals in Greater Atlanta. On March 14, we were proud to bring people from different walks of life together for a full evening of networking and insightful discussion.
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State of the Children: Progress through Partnerships

Two years after launching the Child Well-Being Index, the 2019 State of the Children event held on May 9 explored the progress made — and how far we have to go — to ensure that our region’s children are thriving.
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8th Annual Leading a Life of Purpose

On May 16, attendees heard a captivating panel discussion from some of the most influential women leading in business and philanthropy about breaking barriers and building bridges. Panelists included New York Times Best-selling Author and Former Media Executive, Gail Evans, and Chief Diversity Officer of The Home Depot, Beatriz Rodriguez.
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Tocqueville Recognition Reception

One of our favorite nights of the year was celebrated on September 19, as we were joined by Governor Brian Kemp as our keynote speaker. Award winners for the evening included Bill and Ashley Rogers and GEEARS.
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11th Annual Women’s Leadership Breakfast

On November 21, Abby Wambach and Glennon Doyle spoke on sisterhood, courage, community, leading where you are and finding purpose. Thank you to Glennon, Abby, our Women of Excellence honoree Sally Yates and to all the gamechangers who made the 2019 Women’s Leadership Breakfast a success! Because of you, our Women United Advancement Initiative can break down barriers for more women—so they can in turn empower each other and our communities.
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We can’t wait to celebrate 35 years of the Tocqueville Society in 2020!