We're Responding to Your Requests!

10th Anniversary Print Many of you told us after our 10th Anniversary Celebration that you would like a copy of the print unvailed at the Gala.  We heard you and now have available a limited supply of prints

The print was created by local artist, J. Stacy Utley, and presented to our Co-Founders, Stephanie Counts and Dee Dixon, along with our Trailblazers - Venessa Harrison, Sally Robinson, and Joan Zimmerman. It illustrates not only our founders but many of our supporters, volunteers and events over the past 10 years.

With your purchase of each print, the artist will sign, number and mail it directly to the shipping address you provide - no additional cost.

 Buy Your Print Today or Give As A Gift
$125 Each

For those of you who attended our 10th Anniversary and especially for those who didn't, the video below shown during our program shows who we are and what we're about.

On behalf of Women's Inter-Cultural Exchange, we would like to express our appreciation and gratitude to our Sponsors, Table Hosts and all attendees at our 10th Anniversary Celebration Gala on October 7th. We would also like to thank our celebration chairs, volunteers, auction donors, entertainment and corporations who made this a magical evening.  It is because of YOU that WIE is able to continue "Building Trust Across Race and Culture" in our community.

Additionally, we would like to give special recognition to our Trailblazers and all those who were honored.

We have a couple more events coming up that you will enjoy attending after which we will be announcing our 2017 Event Calendar.  We will notify you of these and all WIE events in our "WIE Wednesday" newsletter.  If you're not on our mailing list, you can sign up by clicking on the "SIGN UP NOW" button of the left.


Bert Harper

Stephanie Counts
Co-Founder & CEO Emeritus

Barbara Ellis

Barbara Ellis
Board Chair

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