In 2010, four philanthropic women founded Women Doing Well with the goal of serving women and bridging their professional relationships in a faith-based fashion. With more women devoting their time, talent and treasure to society, Women Doing Well believes that strength will be added to society economically, intellectually and spiritually. And Sagamore President Jay Hein agrees.

“Women Doing Well is exploring and advancing one of the key ingredients in American philanthropy: women of faith who give generously and influence others to do the same. This vital organization is at the leading edge of increasing understanding of the stewardship needs of women and helping the marketplace relate to women effectively,” Hein said.

To further understand their mission and how you can better incorporate a woman's perspective in your workplace, read their report here.

Read Women Doing Well Report Here