2018 Women's Power Lunch
The keynote speaker for the 2018 Women's Power Lunch is Amy Robach. Robach is an anchor with Good Morning America and has travelled across the globe covering major news events, including the terrorist bombings in Brussels and the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub. In 2015 Robach wrote "Better: How I let Go of Control, Held On To Hope, and Found Joy in My Darkest Hour" a New York Times bestseller about her journey with breast cancer.
Women's Power Lunch will be held on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at Delta Hotels Center. The luncheon will be proceded by a VIP Reception at 10:30 a.m. where guests will be able to meet Robach and have a photo taken with her.
Tickets can be purchased here: www.WPL2018.eventbrite.com
All proceeds raised from the annual United Way of Siouxland's Women's Power Lunch are used to fund a scholarship program for qualifying single parents in our community.
The program is in partnership with Women Aware to assist single parents who are raising children and working to further their education to improve their life and the lives of their children. Awards typically range from $1,000 - $5,000 and the number of scholarships available are dependent upon proceeds from the Annual Power Lunch.
- Must have high school diploma or GED
- Must be single head of household where children age 18 or younger reside
- Proof of Siouxland residency for the last two years
- Working full or part-time is highly encouraged
- Must be taking a minimum of six credit hours
Must be in the application process to attend one of college partners of the program: Briar Cliff University, Morningside College, Western Iowa Tech Community College, St. Luke’s College, or Northeast Community College and Wayne State College – South Sioux City, NE College Center Location ONLY
The Single Parent Scholarship application process opens in January.