Empowering young women to chase their educational dreams
This 20-ounce, stainless steel bottle is perfect for any beverage, hot or cold. All of the proceeds go directly to the scholarship fund and every time you use your Women's Empowerment Scholarship bottle, you're helping our cause by spreading the word and getting our name out there!
Shipping is included with your $25 donation.
Jessica is headed to UMASS Amherst in the fall and hopes to pursue a career in medicine. Read more about Jessica by clicking HERE
Junia will attend Boston University in the fall and hopes to pursue a career in Computer Science. Read more about Junia by clicking HERE
Bridget will attend the University of Connecticut Medical School in the fall to pursue a career as a physician. Read more about Bridget by clicking HERE
Christine will continue her education at the prestigious Oxford University in England where she will complete the Department of Oncology’s MSC in Radiation Biology. Read more about Christine by clicking HERE
Emma will attend Boston University in the fall and will pursue a Masters in Public Health. Read more about Emma by clicking HERE
Katie will attend the University of New Hampshire in the fall, pursuing a degree in ocean engineering. Read more about Katie by clicking HERE
We hosted our second annual fundraising gala at Davio's Boston on December 6. We were thrilled to welcome more than 250 people, including five of our seven 2019 Women's Empowerment Scholarship recipients. Thanks to everyone who joined us and also those who supported us financially from afar.
Without the generosity of our supporters, we would not have made such a significant impact in our first 18 months as a foundation.
As a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, The Women's Empowerment
Scholarship (WES) serves to empower females by encouraging and enabling them to pursue higher education. Our foundation provides educational
grants to women throughout New England while paying special attention to women entering into one of many male-dominated career paths, including, but not limited to, science, technology, engineering, finance, and law. In aiding
women financially, the WES team aims to propel their careers
and allow them to shatter any and all glass ceilings and stereotypes.
Bailey is the President and founder of The Women's Empowerment Scholarship. After graduating as Salutatorian from Monson High School
in 2015, Bailey went on to study Finance, Communication, and Legal Studies
at Bryant University. In 2019, she graduated 9th in her class with Summa
Cum Laude honors. Currently, Bailey is pursuing her Juris Doctor at Boston University School of Law where she hopes to combine her undergraduate business background with legal expertise. Bailey was Miss Massachusetts
Teen USA in 2014, placing in the Top 15 at the national Miss Teen USA competition. Additionally, she was a member of the New England Patriots Cheerleaders from 2016-2018, representing the Patriots at Super Bowl
LI in Houston, Texas and Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Thank you for joining us at Dana's Main Street Tavern for a night of fun and fundraising. Thanks to your generosity, we raised over $2,000 for the Women's Empowerment Scholarship.
Check out the photos below from a fun night in Monson.
Kelly O'Grady and Annie Lu join Bailey and Tom at the Kick Off The Holidays Party at Davio's Boston
Your generous gift helps fund our mission to support a future generation of female pioneers and leaders. Together, we can make a difference.