Connect with this week's featured Founding Members

May 19, 2023

Connect with ten of our 20,000+ Members of the Grapevine Giving Circles Network! Join today and connect with these community leaders making a difference in the world, together.

Natasha Andrews

Natasha Andrews, Fort Wayne Women for Good

Community Health Advocate

“I desire to be a part of this community of women doing good in Fort Wayne; it is my desire to serve those in my community to bring more awareness for the mental and physical health of others . I also desire to be a part of an organization that is creating change.”

Christie Timbrook

Christie Timbrook, Green Bay Professional Women for Good

Managing Director of Technical Operations at KBX Technology Solutions

“I feel like it is a sign, LOL. I recently had a conversation with my husband about getting more involved with the community, to give back and network, now that our kids are grown and less dependent on us. I started researching multiple groups a couple weeks ago, this was one of them, and then received an invite from Anne Reeths, a close friend of my sister-in-laws. It helped me make my decision of which one to join.”

Anasthia Williams

Anasthia Williams, Jackson Women for Good

Digital Sales Manager/IT Mgr at Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company

“I believe in the state of Mississippi, and the city of Jackson. I'd be thrilled to join a coalition of people who share those feelings and also want to do good.”

Jennifer Inaba

Jennifer Inaba, Las Vegas Women in Business for Good

Communications Manager at Western Resource Advocates

“As a PhD candidate focusing my research on consumerism and consumption habits, I am deeply passionate about working toward a more sustainable future for the fashion industry. Members of the Fashion Industry for Sustainability create a space for a dedicated group to make a collective impact to help us achieve the change we all seek.”

Angela Park

Angela Park, Los Angeles Next-Gen Women for Good

Vice President at American Global Strategies

“I want to meet other like-minded women and become more involved with my community. What better way to do that than by paying it forward!”

Beth Bruss

Beth Bruss, Lincoln Women for Good

Manager, Creative Marketing Services at Assurity

“I believe in working with people and businesses on a mission to do good. My company is a Certified B Corp, meaning we make decisions that are good for people, community and planet. Doing marketing for a company using its business as a force for good has brought a lot of meaning to my work and my team's work. So I'm curious to delve into doing more good on a personal level too.”

Jack Topdjian

Jack Topdjian, McKinsey Alumni for Change Network

Founder at Healthcare Equity Angels

“I am already very involved in social justice causes primarily in healthcare diversity and education equity. Looking at amplifying my impact by networking with like-minded Mckinsey colleagues”

Corinn Ploessl

Corinn Ploessl, Madison Professional Women for Good

Program and Communication Manager at AMPED Association Management

“After my last career change, I lost many of the “easy” ways to give back to the Madison community (i.e. employer-led giving), and since then I’ve been looking for ways to get involved and renew my passion for giving back to local nonprofits. MPWG seems like the perfect fit for making connections with other like-minded women who care about the community, like to network, and will put dollars where they’re needed most.”

Jonita King

Jonita King, Mobile Women for Good

Realtor at IXL Realty

“I want to be a part of something bigger than myself by giving back to my community. Joining a community of like minded women will also allow me to flourish into the woman I’m destined to be. Not just in my personal life but also within my business.”

Rebecca Russavage

Rebecca Russavage, New York Women in Business for Good

Program Coordinator at Center for International Private Enterprise

“I care deeply about the role women play in their communities, and have co-founded two different organizations (Girls Lobby and By Women, for Women) based on expanding women's capacity for impact. I would love to connect with other engaged women in my home of New York and work with them for a shared good.”