Women of Hope 2021

Women of Hope is back, and in person this year!

Our second annual Women of Hope benefit is on December 8, 2021 at 6pm. This event is a time to celebrate the women in our Boys Hope Girls Hope community and raise money for our female programming and the re-establishment of their residential component. This event will introduce you to some of our female scholars and collegians, both their stories and their talents, as well as stories of hope from powerful women in our community. It will be a night of fun, with an open premium bar, hors d'oeuvres, a silent auction and a beautiful skyline view from 230 Fifth's Empire Penthouse Lounge.

Check back for updates on bios of our scholars, honorees, award winners and guests of Women of Hope! Click the link below to get your tickets!


Liz Sloan

Liz Sloan is a renown assemblage artist, previous owner, wife, and mother of 2. Liz has been painting on and off for 40 years under the tutelage of Bruce Dorfman at the Art Students League of New York. She majored in fine arts at Colgate University after which she ran a successful jewelry design business. Liz decided to return to painting full time back in 2015. She has been a part of many exhibitions across New York and beyond, with her latest being a solo exhibition at the George Billis Gallery last year titled "Signature."

Jennifer Tipton


TC Newman

This year we are honored to have TC Newman be our scholar panel host! TC Newman is a journalist and writer, currently working as a Reporter for Inside Edition Digital. She is a mental health advocate and certified yoga teacher, passionate about helping others maintain a healthy mind-body-spirit connection. When not in front of the camera or writing, you'll find TC with a book or using her passport to explore more countries.



Latoya Holmes

This year we are honored to have our current collegian, Latoya Holmes, co-hosting Women of Hope! Latoya is a junior at Hofstra University studying Business Management and a part of our Steward Scholars Program. This past summer she landed a business development internship at World Wide Technology as an Adoption Services intern and then was picked up by the Global Services department as a year-round intern. On campus Latoya is involved in variety of ways. She is a D1 Track and Field athlete, Resident Safety Shift Coordinator Treasurer of the Xi Gamma chapter of Delta Sigma Theta and a Resident Assistant for freshman!

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