International Women’s Day Luncheon
Join us for the 2nd Annual International Women’s Day Luncheon, a celebration of recent strides the Museum has made to acquire, exhibit, and recognize the important contributions of women artists. We will also celebrate the impact of women leaders in our community by honoring the 2018 “First Women” and welcoming the 2019 honorees.
“First Women” are pioneering leaders in our community who were the first women to be named to their positions of leadership or public offices.
|Martha Layne Collins||First Female Governor of Kentucky|
|Keisha Deonarine||Executive Director of Passport Foundation|
|Nima Kulkarni||District 40 – First Indian-American in Kentucky House of Representatives|
|Josie Raymond||District 31 – Kentucky House of Representatives|
|Maria Sorolis||District 48 – Kentucky House of Representatives|
|Lisa Willner||District 35 – Kentucky House of Representatives|
2019 African American Honorees
|Judge Denise Clayton||First African American woman to serve on the Kentucky Court of Appeals|
|Lieutenant Governor Jenean Hampton||First African American to hold any statewide office in Kentucky history|
|Nikki Jackson||First African American woman to head the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Louisville Branch|
|Diane Porter||First African American Chairwoman for Jefferson County Board of Education|
|Kim Baker||Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts|
|Marianne Barnes||Castle and Key|
|Susan A. Barry, JD||Community Foundation of Louisville|
|Tricia Burke||Office Environment Company|
|Tammy York Day||Louisville Healthcare CEO Council|
|Susan M. Donovan, PH.D||Bellarmine University|
|Mariah Gratz||Weyland Ventures|
|Kish Cumi PH.D||Smoketown Family Wellness Center|
|Beth Malcom||Kentucky YMCA Youth Association|
|Theresa Reno-Weber||Metro United Way|
|Sadiqa Reynolds||Louisville Urban League|
|Mason Rummel||James Graham Brown Foundation|
|Moira Scott Payne||Kentucky College of Art + Design|
|Araby Thornewill||iVantage Health Analytics|
|Evon J. Smith||OneWest|
|Sara Wagner||Jewish Community of Louisville|
|Karen Williams-Goetz||Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau|
Catered by Wiltshire at the Speed.
Special music performance by Cheyenne Mize.
For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Kelly Scott via email or at 502.634.2704.
Syrian born, Brooklyn based, born 1981
In Square Opposition, 2018
Steel, fiberglass, polymer gypsum, plaster, gold leaf, copper leaf, pigment
48 × 48 × 3 in.
Gift of Speed Contemporary 2018.24