Empowering Women for 50 Years: Transforming Lives and Communities through Education

Join us!

Saturday, August 18, 2018
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Houston Museum of Natural Science 

5555 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, TX 77030

Banquet Co-Chairs

Judge Erum Jivani-Gillani
Saul and Lisa Valentin

Event Emcee

Raheel Ramzanali of ESPN Houston

VISIONARY SPONSORS

EVENT SPONSORS

Event Details

7:00pm      Cocktail Hour with Tour of 5 Exhibits on the Second Floor
8:00pm      Dinner, Special Presentations, Live Auction, and Entertainment

Speaker

Dr. Shamsh Kassim-Lakha
Chairman, Board of Trustees, University of Central Asia

For more information, please email sw-volunteers@akfusa.org or call 281-660-9005.

The Aga Khan Foundation is different.

We provide more than just goods or services. We dedicate ourselves to partnering with communities to improve their quality of life for decades and generations. As a member of the Aga Khan Development Network, one of the world’s leading poverty solutions networks, we make long-term investments, from early childhood programs to universities that benefit 2 million students every year. We build hospitals and schools, to make sure everyone has access to world-class institutions. We work with people to serve their community and build their local economy. Our work impacts tens of millions in over 30 countries every year.

How are we able to do this? Through partnerships with businesses, local organizations, and governments. We make economic, cultural, and social investments to sustainably build these large, long-term commitments to people.

The Aga Khan Foundation is different.

We provide more than just goods or services. We dedicate ourselves to partnering with communities to improve their quality of life for decades and generations. As a member of the Aga Khan Development Network, one of the world’s leading poverty solutions networks, we make long-term investments, from early childhood programs to universities that benefit 2 million students every year. We build hospitals and schools, to make sure everyone has access to world-class institutions. We work with people to serve their community and build their local economy. Our work impacts tens of millions in over 30 countries every year.

How are we able to do this? Through partnerships with businesses, local organizations, and governments. We make economic, cultural, and social investments to sustainably build these large, long-term commitments to people.