About

WOMEN LEADERS OF THE COMMUNITY

CHARTER 100 is a nonpartisan, Professional Association for women leaders from diverse fields. The organization was founded in San Diego, California in 1978. Phoenix is the second chapter of The Charter 100, and was formed in January 1979.

The purpose of The CHARTER 100 is to recognize the outstanding women in the community and to provide a forum for their interaction. Monthly meetings are designed to enlighten and inform members by providing continuing education in a variety of fields. Speakers of national prominence address the group regarding the latest trends of thought in their respective fields.

The Charter 100 offers its members nine or more programs and/or parties during the year. Members and their guests enjoy both local and national speakers, and always have the opportunity of a Q & A session at the end of each luncheon. Also, there are usually four or five evening salons, held at member’s homes with an intimate group of members only attending. The Welcome Back Reception in September and the Holiday party in December are popular annual events.

FOUNDER
Cynthia Boich

ORIGINATING BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Hattie Babbitt
Edith Davis
Margaret Hance
Elaine Horwitch
Thelma Kieckhefer
Pamela Grant Korf
Florence Mahoney
Sandra Day O’Connor
Mary Del Pritzlaff

HONORARY MEMBERS
Harriet Babbitt
Barbara Bush
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor
Former Governor Jane Dee Hull
Former Governor Rose Mofford
Former Governor Janet Napolitano
Ann Pritzlaff Symington
Carolyn Warner


Our Mission

To provide a forum for leading women in the community to enrich their lives by networking and learning together.

Our History

Visit www.charter100history.us to view the history of Charter 100 Arizona using the password "Mary Lou Hapner".
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