Womenade 7th Annual “Take A Walk in Her Shoes”

Luncheon and Fashion Show Benefiting Chapman Partnership

Womenade Co-Chairs: Irene Korge, Migna Sanchez-Llorens and Bronwyn Miller

More than 540 guests joined Chapman Partnership at the 7th Annual “Take A Walk in Her Shoes” fashion show and luncheon held at the JW Marriott Marquis. The annual Womenade “Take a Walk in Her Shoes” vintage fashion show and luncheon is an opportunity to experience a step through fashion history with the most stylish looks and iconic designer brands of the past decades while honoring outstanding South Florida women. The event increases awareness and revenue for Chapman Partnership while helping to support the women and children residing at the centers.

Take a Walk in Her Shoes is a celebration of Miami’s top women philanthropists and community leaders. The vintage fashion show is produced by C. Madeleine’s, directed by Danny Santiago and hairstyling and make up by Rik Rak Salon. The event was emceed by CBS4 Lisa Petrillo. Each year, Chapman Partnership honors some of Miami’s top philanthropists at the luncheon. This year’s honorees included: Hilarie Bass, Betty Brandt, Criselda Breene, C.L. Conroy, Teresa Foxx, Christy Martin, Terri Shikany, Susannah Shubin and Teri Williams.

Chapman Partnership also named Lois Pope as the first recipient of the Trish Bell Lifetime Leadership Award for her commitment and contributions to our South Florida community. Just as Trish Bell has led with determination, courage, introspection and faith, Lois Pope demonstrates thoughtful, collaborative and passionate leadership in the pursuit of improving the quality of life and well­being of others.

Chapman Partnership Chairman Carlos R. Fernandez-Guzman and Chairman Emeritus Trish Bell

“The dedication of our volunteers and board members is pivotal to our success,” said Daniel Vincent, President and CEO of Chapman Partnership. “We are extremely grateful to the community for continuing to support Chapman Partnership and the annual fashion show and luncheon. We are able to continue to provide services to our residents on a nightly basis because of the community’s ongoing investment and leadership.”

Currently, 44% percent of the residents at Chapman Partnership are families with children; more than 250 children and 120 women reside at the Centers. Families represent the fastest growing segment of the homeless population in our community.

The event could not have reached this level of success without the help of the Womenade chairs and event sponsors. The Honorary Chairs were Trish and Dan Bell and Betty Brandt; while the event chairs were Bronwyn Miller, Irene Korge, and Migna Sanchez­Llorens. Chapman Partnership would also like to thank the Stage Sponsors Greenberg Traurig and Health Coalition, as well as all of the Platinum Sponsors (Bronwyn Miller, Cherry Bekaert, Comcast, Coral Gables Trust, Criselda Breene, Cristina Martin, Dale Chapman Webb, Delphi, FIBA Women’s Leadership Committee, Infinity Behavioral, Irene Korge, Kaufman Rossin, Ocean Bank, Shutts & Bowen/Rene Gonzalez­Llorens and Susannah Shubin) and Gold Sponsors (Baptist Health South Florida, Barclays Bank, Conroy Martinez Group, Elizabeth Von Werne, Honey Shine, JLP Education Services, Nancy Batchelor, OneUnited Bank, PNB Bank, Security Alliance, The Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis and Wells Fargo). A special thank you to Alex Elman Wine Co. for the wine, Elysze Held from Style Out of the City for the red carpet coverage, Laurie Jennings and Aaron Glickman for video production support.

Bronwyn Miller, Chapman Partnership President and CEO Dan Vincent and Hayden Hosford

Womenade is composed of women from all walks of life who are committed to the mission of increasing awareness and revenue for the women and children who reside at Chapman Partnership.

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