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About the Women's Radio Fund
Our mission is
to build a support network for women radio
producers and broadcasters worldwide. |
Founder -- The Women's Radio Fund was founded in 2000 by Dorothy Abbott
who is a multimedia producer and cultural activist, specializing in radio
and print media with an emphasis on social justice and women's culture.
Dorothy is the former assistant director of the literature program for the
National Endowment for the Arts and the editor of seven anthologies. She has
been an activist since she was
seventeen years old when she first spoke out against the death penalty
and injustices in the prison system.
Advisory Board -- The Women's Radio Fund is in the process of creating an
Advisory Board. Please let us know if you would like to be included and
in what areas you could be of assistance.
develop and distribute funding for
women's radio broadcasting, production,
and distribution projects
promote and showcase the work of women in
radio worldwide, using web pages and
- To forge
links between radio women and their
allies: funders, a worldwide audience,
technical support people, strategic
partners, and the global women's
- To help
women worldwide develop their own
low-power micropower broadcasting
stations. And in doing so to provide
technical assistance, production
equipment, and training.