Wake Women’s Weekend is moving online March 21 – 27 for a week of focused programming. Register now for one or multiple opportunities for personal, professional, and intellectual development and meaningful connection with other Wake Forest women.
Register for just one event or for multiple events. Engage with the on-demand content in the tab above. Reach out to email@example.com with any questions. We look forward to seeing your smiling face and virtually welcoming you “home.”
March is Women’s History Month. Who is your favorite Wake Woman? Who has inspired you? Make an effort to gather virtually with your network of Wake Women. Throughout the month, please share your stories and photos with us. #WakeWomen #WFUAlumni
We appreciate our speakers, facilitators, and panelists for giving of their time and knowledge. In lieu of a registration fee, if you are able, we encourage you to consider a contribution to one of these Wake Forest funds:
Chaplain’s Emergency Fund
Helps Faculty, Staff, and Students in times of financial hardship and is made possible by the generous donations of individuals, organizations, and friends of the University
Wake Forest Women’s Center
The Wake Forest University Women’s Center is raising funds to create a lasting celebration of the legacy of Lula M. “Lu” Leake, who supported, advocated for, and modeled women’s leadership for more than 30 years at Wake Forest University. Funds raised will support the development of initiatives that advance women and promote gender equity at Wake Forest University.
Wake ‘N Shake
Wake ‘N Shake is typically a twelve hour long dance marathon at Wake Forest University that raises money for the Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund. Due to the pandemic, Wake ‘N Shake 2021 will pivot to a hybrid format during the week of March 22nd-27th.
Come to Reconnect, Reflect, and Recharge. Log-off Renewed.