Our Vision Women thrive. Our community prospers.
Our Mission We collaborate to achieve social, political and economic change that empowers women and girls.
Strategic Priorities for Empowering Women and Girls We connect. We advocate. We invest.
Amalia Luxardo has been named Chief Executive Officer of the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona (WFSA). As WFSA’s CEO, Luxardo will provide strategic leadership in community engagement, mobilizing key stakeholders in advocacy and public policy, and securing financial resources to increase the sustainability and growth of the organization.
By way of Florida and Argentina, Luxardo is proud to call Arizona home. As a first-generation immigrant, her academic and professional careers have been dedicated to social, economic, racial, and gender issues.Learn More
In April, the Women’s Foundation released our 2018 WFSA Impact Report, quantifying how we are making measurable changes in the lives of women and their families.
In 2017, through our grantmaking program, WFSA invested over $700,000 that helped 9,286 women and girls increase their income and assets by $4.6 million through higher wages, decreased debt and increased savings.
As a result of WFSA’s new outcomes measures initiative, every $1 invested creates $6.62 for women in Southern Arizona. Read more.