Tocqueville Women United News
Meet Karen Doolittle, our incoming Chair of Tocqueville Women United. As a member of the Tocqueville Society, Tocqueville Women United Cabinet and our Women’s Leadership Breakfast Host Committee, as well as a member of the Leadership Atlanta Class of 2020, Karen is a community leader championing lasting change for Greater Atlanta communities.
Today, hear Karen share why she lives united:
Ready to join Karen and other United Way changemakers? Click here to learn more about Women United.
If you’re interested in guiding Tocqueville Women United strategy, community impact, and long-term growth, we invite you to inquire about joining the Tocqueville Women United Cabinet. Tocqueville Women United is a group of female Tocqueville members and community leaders who help generate, organize, direct, and influence the activities and dollars of the United Way of Greater Atlanta.
For more information, please contact Michelle Marshall, Senior Director of Women’ Leadership Initiatives firstname.lastname@example.org.
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#WhyWednesday: Dr. Tameeka Law Walker
Meet Dr. Tameeka Law Walker of Georgia Perinatal Consultants. Why does she invest in Greater Atlanta’s future as a member of our Tocqueville Society and African-American Partnership? For Dr. Law Walker, it’s personal.
Today, hear Dr. Law Walker share the why behind her commitment to her community.
Why child well-being? When children thrive, communities thrive. Across Greater Atlanta, volunteers, donors and community advocates are rallying around the Child Well-Being Movement – so that our region can be a place where every child, regardless of zip code, can reach their full potential. Right now, nearly half a million children in Greater Atlanta live in areas with low or very low child well-being scores. But together, we can change that! Learn how you can get involved.
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