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IWPR's 25th Anniversary Event: Giving Opportunities

Help us launch the next 25 years.

The Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) will celebrate its first 25 years of making research count for women on May 22, 2013, with an afternoon of panels on the current and future status of women in the United States and abroad, followed by a special keynote and reception to kick off the next era of informing policy, inspiring change, and improving lives. To see organizational sponsorship opportunities and information on purchasing a program ad, please visit our Sponsorship Opportunities page.

May 22, 2013

815 16th Street NW, Washington, DC

Afternoon Symposium: 3-6pm | Keynote & Reception: 6-8pm

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This event will gather key opinion leaders shaping policy from Capitol Hill and the Administration, think tanks, universities, national advocacy organizations, business, and labor. Event sponsors will reach some of the most influential leaders inside the Beltway working on issues important to women and their families.


IWPR was founded in 1987 out of a need for a comprehensive, women-focused, policy-oriented research. In what is perhaps the most fundamental of its contributions, IWPR introduced quantitative analysis into the policy debate about women's changing role in the economy, in the workforce, in their families, and in their communities. By conducting rigorous analyses, IWPR shook the assumptions underpinning public debate, replacing rhetoric with hard-to-refute scientific data. From informing successful paid sick days campaigns in San Francisco and Connecticut to making the case to improve wages for nurses and safeguarding Social Security, IWPR has produced real, sustained progress for working women.

Today, in collaboration with its many partners and supporters, IWPR has grown into a research powerhouse producing groundbreaking studies and analyses on how public policies affect women and their families on such issues as the gender wage gap, women in union leadership, child care, occupational segregation and discrimination, women entrepreneurs, the glass ceiling, access to higher education and job training, retirement security, and the status of women in the states.


To become a sponsor, download this form and return to Jennifer Clark by email (, mail (1200 18th St NW, Suite 301, Washington, DC 20036), or fax (202.833.4362) or make your contribution online.

All donors at the below levels will receive special recognition as 25th anniversary program sponsors and reserved seating at the 25th anniversary event.

TRAILBLAZER - $10,000 and up
VISIONARY - $5,000–$9,999
INNOVATOR - $2,500–$4,999
FOUNDER- $1,500–$2,499

Donors at the below levels will receive recognition in the 25th anniversary program.

LEADER- $1,000
FRIEND- $250


Contact Jennifer Clark at 202-785-5100 or by email

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