Despite the pandemic, WiNGS has continued to help vulnerable D-FW women learn to flyOriginally published on October 1, 2020 by FWD>DFW of The Dallas Morning News.
Earlier this month, WiNGS announced Tameka Cass as the organization’s new chief development officer. In January, Kate Rose Marquez became chief executive officer. The 112-year-old nonprofit provides a range critical resources for women in need, including those who are first-time mothers and small business owners. ...Read More
DI People: Jacobs, BNSF, Kimberly-Clark, Transwestern, and More Make MovesOriginally published on September 18, 2020 by Dallas Innovates.
Across North Texas, companies are promoting and hiring people to take on leadership positions within their organizations.
Dallas Innovates covers prominent personnel moves in Dallas-Fort Worth businesses and nonprofits—from the newest startups to well-established companies. Here are the people moves tied to innovation and technology in the region.
WiNGS ...Read More
BNSF Railway Appoints New CEO and President, Plus Other New AppointmentsOriginally published on September 20, 2020 in D Magazine.
Tameka Y. Cass joins WiNGS as its chief development officer, replacing interim CDO, Melissa Cameron. In her new role, Cass will create and enact the framework for growing a $3.5 million budget through various fundraising events and corporate and foundation support.
Cass brings more than 18 years of ...Read More
New development officer: Nonprofits in ‘world of unknown’ with COVIDOriginally published on September 18, 2020 in the Dallas Business Journal
Dallas nonprofit WiNGS, a provider of gender and financial equity resources, has named Tameka Y. Cass as its new chief development officer. Cass joined WiNGS on September 15, replacing interim chief development officer Melissa Cameron.
Cass previously worked as director of philanthropy at Metrocare Services, senior ...Read More
WiNGS Welcomes Tameka Y. Cass as New Chief Development OfficerAs a leading provider of gender and financial equity resources, WiNGS is proud to announce Tameka Y. Cass as its new Chief Development Officer. On September 15, Cass replaces Interim Chief Development Officer, Melissa Cameron.
“Tameka’s proven talent in fund development and extensive experience in the nonprofit community make her a natural fit for this position,” ...Read More
Dallas Nonprofit Offers Financial Coaching and Advice
April 21 NBC 5 Feature: Dallas Nonprofit Offers Financial Coaching and Advice
In response to COVID-19, WiNGS is making their team of coaches available for one-on-one financial and career coaching
WiNGS Adapts to Meet Vital Needs of Dallas Community Amidst COVID-19April 07, 2020
CONTACT: Emily Wingate, firstname.lastname@example.org, 469-767-1689
WiNGS Adapts to Meet Vital Needs of Dallas Community Amidst COVID-19
Personalized coaching and resource matching help to provide actionable steps to recovery
DALLAS – WiNGS offers robust and immediate solutions to women in our community as we address their urgent and significant needs during the COVID-19 crisis. Through free and ...Read More
WiNGS Dallas Announces Jamie O’Banion as Mentors & Allies Luncheon Speaker
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March 4, 2020
CONTACT: Emily Wingate, email@example.com, 469-547-0212
WiNGS Dallas Announces Jamie O’Banion for Mentors & Allies Luncheon
Beauty entrepreneur will serve as keynote at the nonprofit’s annual luncheon
DALLAS – WiNGS of Dallas announces Jamie O’Banion, Founder and CEO of BeautyBio, as the keynote speaker for their annual Mentors & Allies Luncheon. The organization, formerly known ...Read More
WiNGS Names Kate Rose Marquez as New CEO
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Media contact: Juliette Coulter, 214-394-5532, firstname.lastname@example.org
WiNGS Names Kate Rose Marquez as New CEO
DALLAS, Texas, January 21, 2020 – WiNGS, a Dallas nonprofit that empowers women, fights poverty and impacts generations by providing services to help them live their fullest potential, has named Kate Rose Marquez as its new CEO effective today. She was ...Read More
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As we approach the end of the season we experience so much joy in receiving the fall family photos from our amazing clients! WiNGS Nurse-Family Partnership nurse Amber works alongside this beautiful family in their parenthood journey. #givethanks#nurselove#together#family
WiNGS Nurse-Family Partnership hopes to impact even more children as we wrap up 2020. If you or someone you know is a expecting their first child and needs support, our nurses are visiting w/ moms virtually at this time. Learn more at wingsdallas.org/for-women/my-f…. #WorldChildrensDay
Entrepreneur resource alert! B.U.I.L.D. Ecosystem has created a program to assist small businesses impacted by COVID-19! This Small Business Grant Program plans to give up to $3,000 Grants to Eligible Small Businesses and Nonprofits. DallasBuild.org
Join us for the virtual Negotiations class this week! It's almost the end of 2020 and we're ready to start 2021 off strong! Strengthen your negotiation skills and keep those tricks in your back pocket as we approach the new year. Here's to new heights! #negotiatelikeaboss
We are constantly in awe of what the entrepreneurs in our Women's Enterprise Center program do each and every day to turn their beloved hobbies into full-time successful businesses! Be sure to support a local women-owned business today! #supportlocal#dallasbusiness
Did you know that WiNGS volunteers help with curriculum development, facilitating classes, career mentorship, outreach, and more? Seriously, what don't they do!? Thank you to all of our volunteers for making our world go 'round! #thankyou#grateful#volunteerappreciation
Over the past few weeks we have been seeing more and more reportings of the impact of covid on women in the workforce (time.com/5900583/women-…). If your income has been impacted by covid, we encourage you to reach out to us or check out our resource page: wingsdallas.org/covid19/covidr…
Fun fact: 100 years ago the 19th Amendment was ratified, first granting women the right to vote. On Election Day today, exercise that right! Visit VoteTexas.gov for information on how to cast your vote in Texas! #VoteTexas#2020Elections
Today is your last chance to vote early in Texas. Find an early voting polling location, a list of the 7 forms of approved photo ID you can use to vote, and what to do if you do not possess and cannot reasonably obtain one at VoteTexas.gov#VoteTexas#EarlyVoting
We are so grateful to all of the women and families who have attended our classes this past month, and to WiNGS volunteers for facilitating! It's hard to believe October is coming to an end, but we're excited about the classes to come! Sign up at wingsdallas.org/calendar.
If you haven't already registered for the virtual time management class or our CRM class, please head to wingsdallas.org/calendar today! If you've taken Time Management then you know how impactful it can be! Tag a friend who could use some more free time in the comments!