Women in Philanthropy Newsletter

In the past, Hamline published a periodic Women in Philanthropy e-newsletter.  Past content can be found here.  For current news and information, please join our LinkedIn Group here.

  • May 2012
  • October 2011
  • July 2011
  • March 2011
  • November 2010
    MayKao Y. Hang, president and CEO of the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, spoke about how she became a starfish, the activities of the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, and Hmong women in the 21st century. Her inspirational speech began with the story of a beach full of starfish, stranded by the changing tide. A man walking along the beach threw starfish back into the ocean one by one. A second man asked, "Why are you trying to save them? You'll never be able to help them all; it won't make a difference." The man rescuing the starfish grabbed another and threw it back into the ocean saying, "It will make a difference for this one." Hang ended the story saying, "I'm a starfish, I was thrown back into the ocean."
  • July 2010
    Summer Greetings, Spotlight On Rianna Kelash, Featured Articles and Publications, Gifts to Hamline, and Words of Inspiration.
  • March 2010
    Spring Greetings, Hamline Women in Philanthropy Spring Event, Spotlight on Nancy Johnson, Giving a Gift of Time, Featured Articles and Publications, Gifts to Hamline, and Words of Inspiration.
  • October 2009
    Fall Greetings, Women in Philanthropy Fall Event, Spotlight On Kaye Lamb Aho, Giving a Gift of Time, Featured Articles and Publications, and Words of Inspiration.
  • June 2009
    Summer Greetings, Women in Philanthropy Spring Event, Spotlight On Joan and Liz Gunderson, Giving a Gift of Time, Featured Articles and Publications, and Words of Inspiration. 

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Karla Adams Williams '80
University Development Officer
kwilliams15@hamline.edu
651-523-2754

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Carrie Albers '97 MNM '10
Associate Vice President of Development
calbers01@hamline.edu
651-523-2684