Juliette Fowler Communities presents Visionary Women Luncheon
Juliette Fowler Communities will honor Marca Lee Bircher and Patricia Hardman with the 2015 Visionary Women Award. As the creative team behind Woodrow Wilson High School musicals for 29 years and the founders of the nationally recognized show choir "Variations," their visionary leadership transformed a Dallas school, its Lakewood neighborhood and our youth. The Visionary Women luncheon celebrates the vision of Juliette Peak Fowler and honors individuals who embody her compassionate spirit and who use their visionary leadership and remarkable gifts to make a difference in our world.
Additionally, the Juliette Fowler Faith & Service Award will be presented to a Texas Christian University student that exhibits a Juliette-like spirit of servant leadership.
Juliette Fowler Communities was founded as a not-for-profit organization more than 120 years ago to fulfill the vision of Juliette Peak Fowler - to create a faith-based community for elders and children. Through the years, Fowler has evolved to meet the needs of our ever-changing community. Today, it is the only intergenerational retirement community in Dallas, serving more than 400 older adults, children, youth and families each year. As a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), their services include independent living, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and short-stay rehabilitation following hospitalization.