Women Moving Millions CEO Sarah Haacke Byrd and board member Stacey Keare

Women Moving Millions CEO Sarah Haacke Byrd, left, and board member Stacey Keare are in Half Moon Bay this week for a conference organized by the philanthropic group.

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Next week, an international group of women philanthropists representing millions of dollars in donations and pledges will convene on the Coastside to discuss how to best use their resources to empower women and girls. 

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