FEATURING KEYNOTE SPEAKER:


Angie Evans

Vice President, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer for PPL Corporation

Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2022
Time: 8:00 – 10:00 a.m. ET
Where: In Person at The Olmsted, on the campus of Masonic Homes Kentucky, 3701 Frankfort Ave., Louisville, KY 40207
Tickets: $35 Members, $50 Non-Members

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Every woman needs a network of strong women in their lives to grow their confidence, courage, and connections.

This is why the 100 Wise Women event series was created. Hosted four times a year, women leaders come together to connect and learn at this meaningful, interactive breakfast event.

Every 100 Wise Women event includes the same essential ingredients:

Open Networking & Breakfast
Keynote Address
Facilitated Discussion
Sharing of Lessons Learned

These events foster deep, meaningful connection that go beyond your typical “networking.” Our keynote speakers are candid, inspirational, and wise beyond measure. If you’re interested in meeting incredible, strong, women looking to make a difference in the lives of the community and other women, you don’t want to miss this event. Indeed, it often sells out – so make sure to purchase your tickets soon!


ABOUT ANGIE

Angie McDonald Evans is Vice President, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer for PPL Corporation. Angie was promoted to this position in March 2022 after serving as Vice President – Corporate Responsibility and Community Affairs at LG&E and KU Energy (LG&E). For over twenty-five years, Angie M. Evans has held leadership positions in both the public and private sectors.  Prior to joining the LG&E, Angie was Vice President of Community Leadership at the Community Foundation of Louisville. Before that position, she served as Director of Planned Giving at the University of Louisville after eight years in the financial industry as a Vice President and Private Banker at National City — now PNC.  Angie’s career began in the public sector, where she worked as Special Assistant to Louisville mayor David L. Armstrong and as the Director of Affirmative Action.

She currently serves on the Centre College Board of Trustees and the boards of directors for Actors Theatre, American Printing House for the Blind, Bates Community Development Corporation, Community Foundation of Louisville, James Graham Brown Foundation and Women Influencing Louisville. Evans is a graduate of Centre College and received her Juris Doctor from the University of Kentucky College of Law.

In 2020, Evans was named a Woman of Distinction by the Center for Women and Families, and the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana presented their “Tough Cookie Award” to her for actively advocating for the women and girls in the community.

You need a network of strong women at your table – and we’d love for YOU to be at ours.

We host four 100 Wise Women networking events per year. Click here to see our full lineup!