YWCA of San Diego County presented the 17th annual In the Company of Women benefit luncheon, to raise critical funds for our comprehensive domestic violence and homelessness programs, on Thursday, May 21, 2015 at Hilton San Diego Bayfront. This signature event included keynote speaker Camryn Manheim and the prestigious Tribute to Women & Industry Awards, recognizing outstanding professional women in San Diego.
Marla Marshall, Chair
Sheriff William Gore, Co-Chair
District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis, Co-Chair
Supervisor Dianne Jacob, Co-Chair
Thank you to the generous sponsors who made In the Company of Women possible and help sustain our mission. Learn more about how Sharp HealthCare, SDG&E, Solar Turbines, and UTC Aerospace Systems are giving back to our local community.
AT&T ● BB&T - John Burnham Insurance Services ● Bill Howe Family of Companies ● Carefusion ● Centerplate ● CNA Insurance ● Deloitte ● District Attorney's Office ● Fish & Richardson P.C. ● Girl Friends, Inc. ● Hulbert & Bunn ● Innovative Employee Solutions ● Kyocera International, Inc. ● Motorola Solutions ● Oracle ● Pacific Dental Services ● Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest ● Plaza Home Mortgage ● San Diego Convention Center Corporation ● San Diego Land Lawyers ● Sempra International ● Shea Homes ● Sony Electronics ● Torrey Pines Bank ● University of California, San Diego ● WomanCare Global ● Xpedient Communications
To learn more about sponsorship or making an investment in the YWCA, please contact Gavon Morris at email@example.com or 619.239.0355 x216.
An acclaimed actress and social activist, Camryn Manheim is best known for her Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning role on The Practice. Currently, she stars opposite Halle Berry in the CBS series Extant from executive producer Steven Spielberg.
Manheim’s fierce determination to defy the beauty myth and casting stereotypes on- and off-screen has resulted in one of Hollywood’s most remarkable success stories. Her New York Timesbestseller, Wake Up I’m Fat!, detailed her life with candor and humor.
Manheim was named one of the “Most Intriguing People” by People magazine and “Woman of the Year” by Glamour. Always passionate, she reminds us that life is not a dress rehearsal and to get the part, you must first believe in yourself.