Marie Claire's Editor in Chief, Anne Fulenwider (@annefulenwider) is set to speak at The Woman's Fund of Miami-Dade, Florida annual luncheon. This organization was founded in 1993 and empowers woman and girls to start taking a stand on ideas that support equality, initiate change, and build community relationships. This is the only organization in Florida aiming to create a safe environment where opportunities aren't restricted due to gender. Lunch goers will be able to bid on some pretty fancy, pre-loved purses where proceeds will go to help continue the support this charity provides. "When we invest in woman and girls it gets better for everyone."
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