Committed to a strong and diverse civic sector, WCC promotes civic literacy through  public forums and other events. It models the democratic process through courageous dialogue and debate.

Public Forums, held several times a year, are designed to raise community awareness and encourage debate on current issues that impact our lives.

Annual National Speaker Forum, usually held in April, offers the greater Cincinnati community an opportunity to hear a nationally known  woman speaker. Read more…
Annual Agnes Seasongood Luncheon held in May showcases a local woman leader who is a pioneer in her field. Read more…
City Conversations, offered occasionally, are gatherings of  members and friends for informal networking and feature speakers that spark discussion on topics of concern.
Feist-Tea is an annual fun event, held in December, that honors “feisty” members who have contributed greatly to the work of the Club’s as well as the the community.  Read more…


Upcoming Programs

Check the home page and calendar for upcoming programs, forums, and meetings.  Click here to visit the calendar

Videos from Selected Past Programs 

October 10, 2016 Violence: Interventions that Work (Click on name to view video)

A panel representing law enforcement, community and a social service agency spoke to us about interventions and methods they use to track and prevent violence: Lieutenant Colonel Maris Herold from University of Cincinnati Police; Captain Lisa Davis from District 1, Cincinnati Police; Ozie Davis from the Avondale Youth Council and Development Corporation; and Fredda McGoff of Lighthouse Youth Services.

March, 2015  — Woman’s City Club: 100 Years of Service. A special video made for showing at the Centennial gala covers the Woman’s City Club from 1915 to 2015.

October 29, 2014Discussion with Judge Nathaniel Jones and Marian Spencer.

Thursday, September 25, 2015 Cincinnati in Africa –  A discussion with Village Life Outreach Project Inc. Founder and Chairman Dr. Christopher Lewis and Dr. Victoria Wulsin, who works in to prevent HIV/AIDS prevention. See  SOTENI for more information about its two-week safari-cum-anthropology trip, “Karibu Kenya.”

Tuesday August 26, 2015 – Forum on Preschool Promise with Greg Landsman, Stephanie Byrd, and John Pepper.