In honor of International Women’s Day, join us at The Henry Ford on March 8, 2023, as we celebrate the accomplishments of extraordinary women in our shared community and the accomplishments of the girls and young women we serve.
The celebration will include an opportunity to bid on various auction items while making an impact.
To continue to help our most vulnerable girls and young women who are experiencing homelessness or being trafficked, abused, or at-risk to become so, we rely on strong community support. When you become a sponsor at AFG, you are our partner in changing lives, that also changes a community. When one person thrives, they help those around them do so too.
Please contact Erika Jones, Fund Development Director, at email@example.com with any questions.
The Role Model Celebration features both live and silent auctions, honored Role Models,
and testimonials. Over 400 guests attend the dinner, where they actively bid on the
Please contact Amenia Army, Fund Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
As the CEO of Inforum, Terry advises top management on how to build gender-balanced businesses and capitalize on the world’s fastest-growing market – women. She enjoys building alliances, steering change, and consistently delivering mission-critical results with local businesses and their leaders throughout Michigan.
Lisa is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Warriors on Wheels of Metropolitan Detroit, whose vision is that individuals with disabilities will be able to thrive in an inclusive community that is sensitive to the needs and issues that individuals with various disabilities face from day-to-day. For decades, Lisa has demonstrated extraordinary leadership, which has led to numerous significant steps forward for disabled people and all people in Detroit.
Brandy is a wife, mother, clinical therapist, and Founder of Your Heart Matters Counseling and Consulting. She is dedicated to providing mental health services to individuals, especially young people throughout Metro Detroit. As a teen, Brandy was in foster care and made a real effort not to let her past trauma overtake her future. Prior to starting her own business, she also worked in child welfare for eight years.