We are so honored by Robin Givhan’s longtime support of Suited for Change.
As a senior critic-at-large for the Washington Post, Robin Givhan has delved into the topics of politics, race, and the arts. She won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 2006, and is the author of “The Battle of Versailles: The Night American Fashion Stumbled into the spotlight and Made History.”
Robin Givhan’s connection to SFC goes beyond simply sharing the goal of empowering women, but also stems into the world of fashion.
Prior to joining The Washington Post, Robin Givhan covered the fashion industry as a business and cultural institution while working for Vogue Magazine.
For many years, Robin has generously donated her time to SFC in the form of a lively discussion over lunch or cocktails for our Silent Auction. Since Robin’s time is such a hot commodity, many SFC supporters always jump at the chance to hear her insight.
We are so grateful for her support in our mission to empower women on their path to economic independence. Thank you!
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