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WKU Sisterhood

WKU SisterhoodWKU SisterhoodWKU SisterhoodWKU SisterhoodWKU SisterhoodWKU SisterhoodWKU Sisterhood MembersThe WKU Sisterhood organization made their annual grant award Oct. 15 to two different WKU projects. Co-chairs Mrs. Julie Ransdell and Ms. Kristen Miller presented $20,000 checks to the “Textbooks for Troops” program, represented by Tonya Archey, and the “Get Set Go Wellness Program,” represented by Erik Jenkins and Eric Logan.  WKU Sisterhood 2013 Winners

The WKU Sisterhood organization made their 2013 grant award Oct. 15 to two different WKU projects. Co-chairs Mrs. Julie Ransdell and Ms. Kristen Miller presented $20,000 checks to the “Textbooks for Troops” program, represented by Tonya Archey, and the “Get Set Go Wellness Program,” represented by Erik Jenkins and Eric Logan.

Welcome to the WKU Sisterhood: An organization of women advancing university priorities through philanthropic engagement and a collective voice.

 

The WKU Sisterhood is a group of women with shared values, who enjoy collaborating to advance the mission of WKU.  Members pool their financial gifts and award funds to a limited number of university designations to maximize the impact of their philanthropy.  Each member of the program has an opportunity to be connected and learn about university priorities.  Members have an equal voice on how the pooled funds of the WKU Sisterhood are distributed annually to the university community.  A member may be as involved as she wishes, from serving in a leadership role to simply making her gift.

 

Who Can Become a Member?

Any alumna, friend, faculty or staff of WKU who wishes to advance university priorities through philanthropic engagement and a collective voice may become a member.  Apply Now

 Last Modified 8/29/13