Helen LaKelly Hunt’s activism within the Women’s Movement includes co-founding organizations such as the New York Women’s Foundation, The Dallas Women’s Foundation and The Women’s Funding Network. Through her private foundation, The Sister Fund, Helen works to ensure that women’s faith can be recognized as an intrinsic part of a woman’s wholeness. The author of Faith and Feminism: A Holy Alliance, Helen has also co-authored several books with her husband, Harville Hendrix, and has been instrumental in the development of Imago Relationship Therapy. Passionate about empowering all women, including women donors, Helen loves spreading the word about Women Moving Millions! She and her husband live in New York City. Together they have six children and five grandchildren.
“I was programmed to view money as part of the ‘man’s realm.’ Working in women’s funds changed that. Women’s funds allow women to feel their individual importance in the intricate weave of the world.”
“In a global network, women can amplify each other’s voices and leverage each other’s impact.”