Welcome to Graham Windham’s 215th Anniversary Campaign Launch in honor of Eliza Hamilton

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To learn more about the Eliza Hamilton Legacy Campaign, read our CASE STATEMENT
or contact Laura Jo Anderson, Development Specialist at 929-493-5062 or via email.

7:00 PM ET – PROGRAM

FEATURING

Georgia Wall, Chairman of the Board, Graham Windham and
Don Gogel, Chairman of Clayton, Dublier & Rice

Jess Dannhauser, Chief Executive Officer, Graham Windham

Kimberly Watson, President, Graham Windham

SPECIAL GUESTS

Phillipa Soo
Original “Eliza” in the Broadway Cast

Lin-Manuel Miranda
Composer, Lyricist, Actor

READING OF HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS
BY HAMILTON CAST

Stephanie Jae Park
“Eliza” in the Philip Company
Reading from the Memoirs of Mrs. Joanna Bethune (1863)

Krystal Joy Brown
“Eliza” Broadway Company
Reading from The Origins of Women’s Activism by Anne M. Boylon (2002)

Zoe Jensen
“Eliza” in the Angelica Company
Reading a passage from The Intimate Life of Alexander Hamilton by Allan McLane Hamilton (1910)

Joanna Jones
“Eliza” in the Eliza Company
Reading a passage from The Intimate Life of Alexander Hamilton by Allan McLane Hamilton (1910)

Miguel Cervantes
“Alexander Hamilton” in the Broadway Company
Reading a love letter from Alexander Hamilton to Eliza (October 5, 1780)

A SPECIAL PERFORMANCE BY

Youth from our Harlem Community Center

ABOUT GRAHAM

Founded in 1806, Graham Windham is a pioneering force for change in the lives of children and families in New York City, and in the systems that serve them. Grounded in evidence and the wisdom of those we serve, Graham has created innovative practices that have dramatically improved outcomes and are now being scaled.  In partnership with families and communities, Graham strives to make a life-altering difference for children: a safe, loving, permanent family and the opportunity and preparation to thrive in school and in the world.  We do this through parenting supports, youth education and career coaching, community centers, family foster care, adoption, and child and adolescent mental health, behavioral health, and health care coordination.