The Gatehouse, a nonprofit based in Grapevine, is hosting its second annual Hand Up For Success Corporate Luncheon toignite action between corporations, their employees and The Gatehouse to give women and children leaving a crisis a hand up for permanent, positive change.
AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson will be interviewing Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert on leadership in turbulent times, innovation and the pace of change. Additional speakers will include Matthew Rose, BNSF Railway Executive Chairman, as well as Gatehouse President Lisa Rose.
The luncheon will take place noon-1:30 pm April 13 at the Gaylord Texan Resort. VIP reception for sponsors starts at 10:30 AM.
Go to handupforsuccess.com to buy tickets, become a sponsor or for more information.
The Gatehouse, located on 61 acres with 95 apartments in Grapevine, is a supportive living community where women and children leaving a crisis receive safe refuge, ample time, practical resources and healthy relationships to discover new paths for permanent, positive change. As part of the Independent Life Program, women and their children can stay for up to two and a half years and receive services such as food, clothes, cars, auto maintenance, medical/dental, legal aid, financial literacy training, career development guidance, childcare, professional counseling and higher education as part of the building new lives and ending cycles of abuse and poverty.
Learn more at gatehousegrapevine.com.