Persimmon Club/ YWCA of Houston Center for Women - 4:30
Allison Booker-Brooks, Executive Director, YWCA
Posted Jul 27, 2017
The YWCA of Houston has been one of the premier women's organizations in the city of Houston for over 105 years. The YWCA of Houston was founded in 1907 and has continued to build its legacy through service to women and girls over generations. In order to uphold the integrity of our legacy, the YWCA of Houston has adpoted a very intentional approach to creating programs that align directly with our mission. We accomplish our mission by serving thousands of people throughout the greater Houston area. For More Information, please visit
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