Marianne Cooper Named Keynote Speaker of Women’s Fund Luncheon
The keynote speaker for the Women’s Fund of Door County’s Annual Luncheon will be Marianne Cooper, Ph.D. a sociologist from Stanford University and the author of Cut Adrift: Families in Insecure Times. Cooper will share highlights from her interviews with families from all levels of our economy. Through these interviews, Cooper gained insights into what keeps Americans up at night, what families are concerned about, how they manage their anxiety, whose job it is to worry, and how social class shapes all of these dynamics, including what is even worth worrying about in the first place. She explores the role of women in keeping struggling families afloat in insecure times.
In addition to her newly released book, Cooper was the lead researcher for Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg. She is a contributor to LeanIn.org, a contributing writer to The Atlantic, and a LinkedIn Influencer.
The luncheon is set for Aug. 10. The topic for this year’s panel discussion preceding the luncheon will be “Financial Insecurity for Families in Door County.” Registration begins June 15. Ticket price is $55. For more information, call 920.746.1786 or visit womensfunddoorcounty.org.