Annual event will be held Nov. 16
This November, Dunwoody College of Technology will once again bring people together to celebrate, inspire, and promote actions that advance women’s representation in technology and skilled trades careers. The annual Kate Dunwoody Society Luncheon will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, November 16, at the Metropolitan Ballroom and Clubroom in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The event, which is held during National Scholarship Month, celebrates and supports the extraordinary women who are inspiring others to pursue their own paths to success.
Tickets for the event are still available and funds raised from the luncheon will support scholarships needed to help remove financial barriers for women students at Dunwoody College.
This year’s luncheon will feature keynote speaker, Kate Agnew, VP Engineering at Kyros and recent Minneapolis/Saint Paul Business Journal ’40 Under 40’ honoree. Agnew will share her story, her experiences, and how she used adversity as a force for change for the better. Scholarships and mentoring programs gave Agnew the strength and confidence to craft a fulfilling career in addition to finding unique ways to give back to our community.
The program will also include a message from a current Kate Dunwoody Scholarship recipient, who will share what the scholarship has meant to her.
About the Kate Dunwoody Society
Dunwoody established the Kate Dunwoody Society as a way to recognize and honor the vision and generosity of Kate L. Dunwoody, whose leadership opened doors for women. The Society is a network of people united to create equal opportunities for the women of Dunwoody.
For more information or to purchase individual tickets or a table sponsorship visit: https://dunwoody.edu/alumni-donors/events/kate-dunwoody-society/.
About Dunwoody College
Founded in 1914, Dunwoody College of Technology is the only private, not-for-profit technical college in the Upper Midwest. Having provided hands-on, applied technical education to more than 250,000 individuals, Dunwoody is the college for experimenters and makers, a place where the curious and the confident learn by doing. Located in Minneapolis, Dunwoody offers a unique campus experience in dedicated labs, studios, and shops that treats students like future professionals from day one. With certificates, associate’s, and bachelor’s degrees in more than 46 majors – including engineering, robotics, design and other STEM-related fields – Dunwoody challenges students to come determined and graduate destined. More information on Dunwoody can be found at www.dunwoody.edu or by following Dunwoody on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok.