WiNGS Named Finalist for 2022 D CEO Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship AwardJune 8, 2022
D CEO recognizes WiNGS in the Capital One Impact Initiative category.
DALLAS – WiNGS has been named a finalist for D CEO’s 2022 Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards, presented in partnership with the Communities Foundation of Texas. Now in its fifth year, the awards honor professionals and organizations in the nonprofit world that make ...Read More
WiNGS Adds Five Members to Board of DirectorsJuly 26, 2022
Nonprofit also welcomes two new leaders to executive team.
Dallas – WiNGS has named five members to its Board of Directors – Andrea Albright, Managing Director at Bank of America; Leona Allen Ford, Chief Talent and Diversity Officer/Deputy Publisher at The Dallas Morning News; Jeff Harvey, Partner at Holland & Knight LLP; Malia Hodges, ...Read More
Q&A with Kate Rose Marquez, CEO, WiNGSBy Rob Schneider – Managing Editor, Dallas Business Journal
June 22, 2022
About the company: WiNGS’ mission is to empower women and fight generational poverty. Formerly the YWCA of Dallas, the 113-year-old organization serves as a bridge for women to arrive at a place of success and sustainability.
About the honoree: Marquez is excited to see the breadth and depth ...Read More
Kate Rose Marquez Named 2022 Most Admired CEODallas Business Journal recognizes WiNGS CEO among 18 outstanding North Texas leaders.
DALLAS, May 2022 – Kate Rose Marquez, CEO of WiNGS, has been named to Dallas Business Journal’s 2022 list of Most Admired CEOs. The distinction honors leaders in North Texas who deliver outstanding performances in guiding their companies to success and contributing to the ...Read More
WiNGS Receives $30,000 Grant from Truist to Help Women Improve Financial Literacy
DALLAS, October 14, 2021 – WiNGS today announced it received a $30,000 grant from Truist Financial Corporation through its Truist Charitable Fund, a donor-advised fund at The Winston-Salem Foundation, to support WiNGS Economic Advancement programs, helping women build financial security and assets and develop important work skills.
“Thanks to support from organizations like Truist, we are ...Read More
JPMorgan Chase Gives WiNGS $100,000 Boost to Fund Southern Dallas Initiative Grant will continue and strengthen WiNGS programming in Southern Dallas
DALLAS – WiNGS – a 113-year-old nonprofit organization that empowers women, fights poverty and impacts generations – has received a $100,000 grant from JPMorgan Chase to help fund the organization’s Southern Dallas Initiative.
WiNGS’ Southern Dallas Initiative will create greater opportunities for women to overcome barriers ...Read More
WiNGS Partners with UnidosUS to Bring Latinos in Finance Program to Dallas Virtual workforce development curriculum prepares Latinx participants to apply for jobs with top banking institutions in 8 weeks.
DALLAS – WiNGS has partnered with UnidosUS to bring Latinos in Finance (LIF) – a workforce development program that focuses on preparing Latinos for success in the financial services industry – to the Latinx community in Dallas. The ...Read More
WiNGS and Ebby Halliday Foundation Team Up to Impact Women in DFW WiNGS will be beneficiary for donations made to Ebby Halliday Foundation through end of summer.
DALLAS – WiNGS – a 113-year-old nonprofit organization that empowers women, fights poverty and impacts generations – has been named the beneficiary of all donations made to the Ebby Halliday Foundation through the end of summer. This partnership continues the legacy ...Read More
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