Equipping Women of Lead for Nearly Two-Hundred Years

Auburn's Women’s Mulifaith Education Programs galvanizes women to become bold and resilient leaders committed to a lifetime of positive social change. Started over fifteen years ago, the programs and events of this work have been the backbone of Auburn’s two-hundred year long dedication to the growth and development of dynamic, courageous and justice-seeking women leaders.

Grounded in the current research that cites the critical role women leaders play in providing solutions for today's most pressing social problems, the work of Generosity and Gender Justice is the latest iteration of Auburn's commitment to  help women faith leaders -- an often disempowered and isolated constituency -- become the most powerful warriors they can be for social justice on behalf of themselves, for their communities and for the world.  

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