Enterprise Women's Network
The Enterprise Women’s Network is a dedicated group of women working to help improve the quality of life for low-income women and children in Baltimore. Its purpose is to advocate for, invest in and support educational enrichment for children and better housing opportunities for their families and communities. Since 2000, the Enterprise Women’s Network has raised more than $1.6 million and contributed over 13,000 volunteer hours to support Enterprise’s work of helping children and their families succeed.
The Enterprise Women’s Network membership includes business owners, professional and accomplished women from a range of backgrounds, founded by Linda Hambleton Panitz and Louise P. Hoblitzell.
The Enterprise Women’s Network welcomes visionary and compassionate women interested in making a difference in people’s lives through advocacy, philanthropy and volunteerism to support the mission and goals of Enterprise in Baltimore. To get involved and help improve the lives of others, learn more about our Girls Mentoring Program and Steering Committee:
- Girls Mentoring Program: The Enterprise Women’s Network’s signature effort is its mentoring program for young girls at William Pinderhughes Elementary-Middle School. The Enterprise Mentoring Program helps girls build their self-esteem, make healthy choices, develop strategies to address problems and achieve academic and life success.
If you have volunteer interests, and are willing to share your time with a young girl in elementary or middle school, become a mentor and make a difference. Become a mentor.
- Steering Committee: Connecting families to resources, ideas and opportunities and speaking on their behalf makes a difference. Become a member of the Enterprise Women’s Network and be that difference.
As part of the Steering Committee, you can share your talent for program planning, resource development, event planning and leadership to increase awareness and support of low-income women and children.
Linda Hambleton Panitz, Founding Co-Chair
Louise P. Hoblitzell, Founding Co-Chair
Debbie R. Attman, Co-Chair
C. Sylvia Brown
Neva W. Brown
Mary Jean Herron
Elizabeth Fran Johnson
Anne G. London
Sherry A. Phillips
Faith Elise Thomas
Patricia S. Tunstall
Frances A. Wright