Throughout the year, the “Daughters of Greatness” breakfast series invites prominent women engaged in social philanthropy, activism and pursuits of justice to share their stories with the Louisville community. The “Daughters of Greatness” series provides a place for dialogue and discussion on current issues of justice, community engagement and social movements within the Louisville area and beyond.
A native of Adairville, KY, Dr. Renee Campbell earned an undergraduate degree from Kentucky State University, a Master’s Degree from the University of Louisville, along with a Doctorate degree in Education from Spalding University. Campbell is the President/CEO of Wesley House Community Services, President of the Board of the Phoenix Global Humanitarian Foundation, and board member of both the Mary Byron Project and the Metropolitan Housing Coalition. Dr. Campbell is also the proud recipient of the “Center for Women and Families - 2013 Women of Distinction Award.” Outside of her job at Wesley House, she is Adjunct Faculty at the University of Louisville, works for social justice in Ghana West Africa, and is a founding member of the Louisville Clothesline Project, a program that helps give women a voice about abuse they have experienced. She is an advocate for those who are affected by discrimination and violence and is committed to education and services that promote healthy families and justice for all.
Hot breakfast will be served at 8:00am. The program will follow from 8:30-9:30am. Seating is limited. Please RSVP to Erin Herbert by Friday, May 10 at 502.992.5341 or email@example.com. Tickets are $20 for Members, $25 for non-Members, $15 for students, and $200 for a table of 10.
- Muhammad Ali Center
- 144 N. Sixth Street, Louisville, KY 40202
- Friday 17th, May 2013
- 12:00 AM — 11:55 PM
- for Members, $25 for non-Members, $15 for students, and 0 for a table of 10