EUREKA — The Eureka College Arts and Lecture Board, the Eureka College Women’s Board and the Office of Alumni and Development will host a Women’s Empowerment Luncheon on Wednesday, March 6, at 11:45 am in the Terrill Rooms of the Donald B. Cerf Center.
The luncheon will feature Eureka College Alumna and current Trustee Anna Palmer as the keynote speaker. Palmer, a 2007 EC grad, will be discussing the importance of supporting women as we strive to reach our individual goals and aspirations.
Palmer is also a Harvard Law Graduate and the co-founder of Dough, whose mission is to drive purchase power and awareness toward women-owned businesses in order to create economic equality.
This event is open to the public. The cost is $15.00 per person.
Since 1977, the focus of the Eureka College Women’s Board has remained steady – “to promote good will for Eureka College and to enrich and enhance the life of the College.” Today the Eureka College Women’s Board includes more than 70 members, many of whom give generously of their own money, as well as time, ideas, and energy to raise funds in support of College projects and the College’s endowment.
The Arts and Lectures Board at Eureka College is a student-driven committee that works to bring nationally known educational and cultural events to campus through diverse programming that strives to further support the mission of Eureka College in the areas of learning, service, and leadership. The Board is comprised of students and is advised by a faculty member and staff member from the Office of Student Life.