Celebrate the Power of Women
An Evening with Jennifer Weiner
$75 includes cocktails, buffet dinner and program, beginning at 7:00 PM. Special $50 tickets available for high school and college students.
$180 includes the above plus VIP meet-and-greet reception at 6:00 PM, and a personalized copy of Jennifer’s latest book and a professional photograph with her.
We know that social events are more enjoyable when surrounded by friends. This year, the registration form includes a place for you to say who you would like to sit with. Register now to reserve your spot at the table!
About Jennifer Weiner
Jennifer Weiner is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, with over 11 million copies of her books in print in 36 countries. She is the author of the novels Good in Bed (2001), In Her Shoes (2002), Little Earthquakes (2004) and many other works of fiction. She is also the author of the nonfiction collection Hungry Heart: Adventures in Life, Love, and Writing.
Jennifer Weiner grew up in Connecticut and graduated from Princeton University in 1991. She worked as a newspaper reporter in central Pennsylvania, Kentucky, and Philadelphia, where she was a feature writer for The Philadelphia Inquirer and is now a contributing opinion writer for The New York Times Op-Ed and Sunday Review.
With over 100,000 fans on social media, Weiner appeared on Time magazine’s list of “140 Best Twitter Feeds,” and Forbes magazine put her on their list of “25 Working Moms to Follow on Twitter.” Jen uses her social media platform to encourage women’s voices, self-esteem, and body positivity.
For sponsorship information please contact Maddy Schiering: 845-362-4200 x120 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Philanthropy Committee Co-Chairs: Andrea Weinberger and Bonnie Werk
Committee: Roberta Aaronson, Lillian Adler, Carol Blau, Merri Braunstein, Ellyn Cohen, Diane Dankner, Paula Mack-Drill, Renee Exelbert, Beth Fishman, Lisa Green, Pam Greenspan, Robin Grosser, Orli Irgang, Amy Kanarek, Marci Karsenty, Micki Leader, Brenda Lender, Melinda Levin, Mimi Marenberg, Dina Polter, Jill Post, Carol Schiller, Lois Silverman, Harriet Spevack, Charna Weissman