APRIL 4th BENEFIT EVENT
Meet the Author - Susan Burgess-Lent
A Benefit for Kenyan Women Entrepreneurs
April 4, 2019 6-8pm Google Community Space
188 Embarcadero (enter on Steuart St) San Francisco
Join us for an evening of networking stimulating discussion about WCI's work, and a Q&A about Trouble Ahead, the stories of the evolution of WCI. Interview begins at 6:30 followed by a mixer with raffle from 7- 8pm.
We'll be selling handmade goods from Baraka Center. There'll be a raffle of special goodies. 100% of proceeds fund programs at Baraka Women's Center.
Wine and deluxe appetizers for your enjoyment, along with a special treat from Three Twins Ice Cream!
Trouble Ahead is available on Amazon.com.
25% of proceeds support WCI.
Bring your copy for signing – or buy one at the door – your admission is free. Secure your FREE ticket through the Eventbrite link below.
Tickets are limited. Now's a good time to get yours..
Actively supporting WCI reflects your company’s commitment to women’s equality.
Download the info below, and join us in this unique social event to benefit Kenyan Women Entrepreneurs
Nov 6, 2018
We are delighted to announce that Jenny Sowry has joined WCI's Board of Directors.
An experienced Executive Director in the International Development arena, Jenny creates a collective vision to launch programs toward measurable success. With a Masters degree in Intercultural Relations, Jenny works to bridge the gaps between cultures in mitigating conflict and promoting social justice. Jenny’s North Star is to lift people from poverty and empower them to bring change to their communities.
WCI's new office is located on the second floor of the beautiful Victorian in DeFremery Park, West Oakland, CA
Baraka Women's Center in Nairobi has moved to a new large site in Ngara, Nairobi, Kenya.
New staff include Wanjiru Ngigi, Program Director, and Caroline Waiyega, Office Manager
Nov 28, 2016
106 Members of Baraka Women's Center join a march in Nairobi to end sexual violence against women.
Oct 6, 2016
Baraka Women entrepreneurs show their products to Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta at the MSEA Exhibition.
BWC now provides meeting space and support for eight table banking groups with over 140 members.