Woman of Impact - Becky Lee

Date March 8, 2018
Location Tupelo Honey
Time 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Please join CREW NoVA for our annual, members-only Woman of Impact event featuring Becky Lee, Executive Director and Founder of Becky’s Fund. This national non-profit organization is committed to addressing domestic violence in all sectors of our community by establishing prevention-based educational programs and developing ways to change the behavior and thinking behind issues that cause and perpetuate it.

Becky’s Fund’s innovative workshops, survivor independence courses, and outreach programs have earned the organization national recognition by the Office of Violence Against Women, Department of Justice, and Former Vice President Joe Biden. Becky’s Fund has been highlighted on ESPN's Outside the Line, ABC, CBS, Huffington Post, NBC, Washington Post, and Washington Business Journal.  

Space is limited to 40 members, register today.  

About Becky Lee: After receiving her B.A. Degree in Women's Studies from the University of Michigan, Becky received her J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Interested in the prevention of intimate partner violence, Becky has been working on issues concerning survivors during the last 20 years in several capacities including an advocate, a kickboxing instructor, a policy advisor, and as an attorney. 

When she was given the opportunity to try out for the reality hit show, Survivor: Cook Islands during the summer of 2006, Becky decided to go for it because she wanted to break media stereotypes of Asian Americans and bring awareness to the prevalence of intimate partner violence. After coming in third, 
Becky took most of her winnings to create the non-profit organization, Becky's Fund.  

Location: Tupelo Honey
1616 N Troy Street
Arlington, VA 22201

Time: 8:30 am - 10:00am

Parking: Street parking available

$60 Members Only