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Advancing the Legacy of Dr. Chamberlain

In memory of Dr. Chamberlain, IWPR has received a $95,000 challenge grant from Mary Rubin and the Borrego Foundation to expand the Mariam K. Chamberlain Fellowship Fund. By contributing to the Fellowship fund, you not only double your gift with this matching grant, you help sustain Dr. Chamberlain’s legacy – a  legacy built on the belief that relying on credible data and research, rather than anecdote and bias, leads to better policies for working women, and improved long-term outcomes for their families. Your contribution will help cultivate the next generation of women policy leaders.