Chicago Foundation for Women

Chicago Foundation for Women is powering initiatives in Englewood to support women and girls to achieve economic security and build a better future for themselves and their families... more

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Chicago Foundation for Women CEO, K. Sujata explains the new philanthropic generation and how current political events in today's society have made a shift in gender movements and activism. more




K. Sujata, CEO, Chicago Foundation for Women, shares her thoughts on increasing the number of women in the tech field. more

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Gender bias is something men and women all over the country experience. We asked a few Chicago Woman readers and supporters what gender bias looks like. more

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International Women's Day is a global celebration that focuses on the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Here are 5 ways you can support women and accelerate the gender parity. more

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As we celebrate how far we have come in February with Black History Month, it is also important to realize how far we still have to go when concerning the wage gap black women face. more

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The statistics are loud and clear, and Chicago Foundation for Women is making it their mission to make sure women feel safe, have pay equity and so much more. more

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Chicago Foundation for Women's CEO and president K. Sujata is a positive force in Chicago's philanthropic community. She graces the cover of our December 2016 issue, sharing with us her past and future hopes and endeavors. more


It is an interesting time for women. Election Day is just a few months away, and Hillary Clinton is making history as the presumptive nominee for a major political party. The Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of the women of Texas after voting. more

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As LGBTQIA communities come together to heal and rebuild from that atrocity, we are reminded of how far we still have to go to achieve full safety and equity for all. more

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