Featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists

with emcee Jane Lindholm from Vermont Public Radio

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

5:30-7:30 p.m.

The Davis Center at the University of Vermont, Burlington
Directions & Parking Information 

The Vermont Women’s Fund proudly presents an evening with Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey of The New York Times. Their investigative reporting on the sexual harassment and misconduct by movie producer Harvey Weinstein spurred a worldwide reckoning about sexual abuse of women in the workplace.

Please join us for this most memorable occasion!

Support & Seating Options:

VIP Seating: $250
  • Closest seats to the stage
  • Each ticket receives a signed copy of She Said
Preferred seating: $125
  • 2nd section of seating
  • Each ticket receives a signed copy of She Said

  • General Admission: $50

    All proceeds from the event go to support the work of the Vermont Women's Fund - Unable to attend but would like to make a donation to further the work of the Vermont Women's Fund? Click here to donate now.

Meet Our Speakers:

As they embark on their book tour for their new release, She Said, these two Pulitzer prize winning journalists are coming to Vermont to celebrate the Vermont Women’s Fund 25th anniversary. Guests purchasing tickets in our VIP and Preferred seats will receive a signed copy of their book. Phoenix Books will sell books at the event, as well, and will donate proceeds to the Vermont Women's Fund.

Jodi Kantor is a prize-winning investigative reporter and best-selling author whose work has revealed hidden truths about power, gender, technology, politics and culture. In October of 2017, she and Megan Twohey broke the story of Harvey Weinstein’s decades of sexual abuse allegations. Their work helped ignite the #MeToo movement, shift attitudes, and spur new laws, policies and standards of accountability around the globe. Together with a team of colleagues who exposed harassment across industries, they were awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, journalism’s highest award.
  Megan Twohey is a prize-winning investigative reporter for The New York Times who has focused much of her attention on the treatment of women and children. In 2017, she and Jodi Kantor broke the story of Harvey Weinstein’s decades of alleged abuse towards women, helping to ignite a global reckoning on sexual harassment. The investigation shared in the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service and the George Polk award for national reporting, and won other national prizes. The previous year, during the 2016 presidential race, Twohey told the stories of women who accused Donald J. Trump of groping and other sexual misconduct.

*Jodi Kantor & Megan Twohey photos by Martin Schoeller

This event is made possible by the generous support of:




The Vermont Women’s Fund at the Vermont Community Foundation is a catalyst for change. We were founded as the first philanthropic resource dedicated to statewide support for local programs that help women and girls rise and thrive. In our 25 year legacy, we have distributed over $2 million to nonprofit programs that serve the economic advancement of Vermont’s women and girls. 

Today, we play a major role in advancing gender equity in Vermont by underwriting Change The Story, a statewide initiative fast-tracking women's economic security.

Learn more about the Vermont Women's Fund