Cynthia Hardy Young (Pivot Global Partners CEO and Founder), Lee Janc (Pivot Global Head of Consultant Services) and Maria Foxhall (Pivot Global Head of Client Services & Marketing) recently attended the Fourth Annual Women Making History event in Los Angeles.
The National Women’s History Museum (NWHM) sponsored a Pre-Emmy Brunch, which was held to recognize the accomplishments of women in film and the arts. Actress Viola Davis, Songwriter Diane Warren, and Producer Gale Anne Hurd were honored for making significant contributions to the entertainment field and inspiring women everywhere.
Pivot Global Partners proudly supported the NWHM brunch as a bronze level supporter. In addition, Cynthia Hardy Young currently is a member of the NWHM’s Board.
“I’m fully committed, personally and professionally, to helping the NWHM realize its goal of building a museum on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. We salute the Women Making History honorees and thank all the supporters – women and girls from all walks of life – who attended the Pre-Emmy Brunch. It’s exciting to see us move closer to reaching our goal”, said Cynthia Hardy Young.
NWHM is dedicated to educating the public about the diverse historic contributions of women and raising awareness about the need for a national women’s history museum in Washington D.C.
Contribute to the Women Making History campaign by using the #WMH15 hashtag