17th Annual Faces of Success Luncheon | November 10, 2011
3decades of changing lives through the dignity of work
30 years ago, a group of inspired women launched AWEE to help individuals find the sense of dignity and self worth that comes with a good job and a steady paycheck. AWEE’s services have helped more than 115,000 women, men and young adults.
How did we live without MP3 players and CD burners
before the 90s? Remember “The Rachel?” Jennifer
Aniston surely does. And what about Y2K fears,
Names that changed our lives: Harry Potter,
American Idol, iPOD, Katrina, Facebook, Twin
three Nebraska Cornhusker national championships,
Towers and Obama.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Schindler’s List and
Forrest Gump? AWEE continued changing lives by:
• Expanding programs for both women and men,
Meanwhile, AWEE continued to grow:
adding special populations including ex-offenders,
• Jeanne Herberger, Mary Jane Rynd, Judi Butterworth,
domestic violence victims, older at-risk youth,
Sandy Cowen Miller and Susan Heywood organized the
Ah, the 80s: From big hair to heavy metal and MTV to the mature workers and veterans.
first Faces of Success Luncheon
Brat Pack, the 80s saw the first IBM PCs and Apples and we got • Serving 93,000 women, men and young adults
• AWEE expanded services to include the working poor,
to know Mt. St. Helens, Haley’s Comet and Seinfeld. primarily women And it didn’t go unnoticed as AWEE was:
In Phoenix, AWEE: • 15,000 women were served during the decade • Awarded the Inaugural Neighborhood Excellence
• began delivering workforce development services to welfare moms • President George H.W. Bush recognized AWEE as a Initiative by Bank of America
• expanded services to Yavapai County National Point of Light. • Identified as a Blue Ribbon Workforce
• served 7,000 women during the decade Development Program by local community leaders
• was celebrated by Phoenix Mayor Terry Goddard during Arizona • Recognized as a leader of nonprofits serving
Education and Employment Day. special populations by President George W. Bush
• was recognized by President Ronald Reagan with the Private Sector • Passionately guided by President and CEO,
Initiative Commendation Marie Sullivan, who received the Athena Award,
the YWCA Tribute to Women and the Good Guy
Non Profit of the Year Award.
It is because of individuals like you that we can continue fulfilling our mission.
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Sponsors & Special Recognition
LuNCHEON PReMIeRe woRKFoRce
HoNoRaRy LuNcHeoN cHaIR
Michelle King Robson
Thursday, November 10, 2011
The Arizona Biltmore Resort ~ McArthur Ballroom woRKFoRce
24th Street & Missouri Avenue, Phoenix cHaMPIoNS
11:00 a.m. ~ Registration and Networking CARSTENS
11:30 a.m. ~ Luncheon Program Begins CARSTENSFAMILYFUNDS.ORG
Faces of Success Honorees Introduction aDvocaTe
Jeanne Lind Herberger Honoree
Marilyn Seymann, Ph.D. MeDIa PaRTNeRS
Celebrating three successful decades of “Changing Lives caReeR BuILDINg
Through the Dignity of Work” and preparing to invest in the cHaMPIoNS
next 30 years.
Join us as we celebrate with prizes, surprises, awards,
raffles and give-aways!
LuNcHeoN coMMITTee a SPecIaL THaNK you Sponsors confirmed as of
Folllow us on cHaIR September 19, 2011
Jacki Hibbeler generously donated
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I Want to Help Create More Faces of Success
Reservations and seating arrangements are kindly requested by November 4, 2011.
o Workforce Champion $25,000
Premiere seating for two tables of ten plus expanded premium benefits
o Career Building Champion $15,000
Premiere seating for two tables of ten plus premium benefits
o Life Skills Advocate $10,000
Excellent seating for two tables of ten plus additional benefits
o Education Advocate $7,500
Excellent seating for two tables of ten plus benefits
o Stimulus Partner $5,000
Premiere seating for one table of ten plus additional recognition
o Sustaining Partner $2,500
Premiere seating for one table of ten plus recognition
o Premium Table Sponsor $1,250
Seating for one table of ten plus recognition
o Individual Ticket(s) (____ number of seats x $100 = ____) $________
o Raffle Ticket(s) o $5 for 1 ticket o $20 for 5 tickets o $100 for 30 tickets $________
Pick up pre-purchased raffle tickets at Registration on Nov 10th. Must be present to win.
o I am unable to attend, but would like to make a donation. $________
o I would like to make my Arizona Tax Credit donation now. o $200 o $400 $________
Earn an Arizona State Income Tax Credit of up to $200 or $400 if married filing jointly.
Total Enclosed $________
Registration Payment Information
Payment Accepted by Check or Credit Card
Please make checks payable to Arizona Women’s Education & Employment or fill out the credit card
information below and charge to:
o Visa o MasterCard o Discover o American Express
Card Number Security Code
Name as it Appears on Credit Card
Sponsorship Benefits and Reservation Information
For detailed sponsorship benefits, reservations and information, please contact Susan Lagasse by
phone at 602-223-4345 or via email at email@example.com. You may also make your reservations
online at AWEE.org.
In compliance with IRS regulations, the fair market value of the event is $37.60 per seat.
Please consult your tax advisor.
My table host is
Please list those with whom you wish to be seated.
_______ Please seat me at a no-host table. _______ I prefer a vegetarian plate.
Invest In AWEE’s Future With a Gift for Yourself
Buy Your Raffle Tickets to Win
this Stunning Necklace
Imagine the 36 soft white pearls on this magnificent necklace against
your skin as you gently close the 14-carat white gold clasp with 0.19 carats
No need to dream. A limited number of raffle tickets are available to win this
$5,250 necklace generously donated by Molina Fine Jewelers.
Just include this card with your RSVP and add the amount to your check or
credit card order. Must be present to win.
Yes, I would like to invest in AWEE’s future by purchasing my raffle tickets now for
a chance to win the Molina pearl necklace
o $50 for 1 ticket o $75 for 2 tickets o $100 for 3 tickets $________