We Are WIN.

Our gifts,


our time.

Susan Walley ’96, P’25

Duke WIN is a philanthropic community of women united in our appreciation for Duke’s impact on our lives. We are committed to shaping Duke’s future through our financial and volunteer leadership at the highest levels.

Lead the way

ACCESS, IMPACT, INFLUENCE

Join the multigenerational network of Duke women using our money and influence to chart a course for Duke’s next century.

Elizabeth Ann Harden M.D. ’78

Be the Change

SHAPING DUKE’S FUTURE

WIN members support Duke’s mission in ways that are personally meaningful and institutionally transformative.

Elizabeth Harden and Rebecca Melaku sitting at a restaurant table having dinner
Elizabeth Harden M.D.’78: Investing in the Future of Medicine
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Lisa Borders ’79: To Believe in People is to Lead
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Closing Gaps for Women in Finance

Read more about women moving the world forward

Secure Duke’s future

MAKE YOUR IMPACT

WIN member investments make an impact on Duke and the world.

$332M

in scholarships

$296M

to advance medical breakthroughs

$162M

to protect the environment

$10M

to launch entrepreneurial endeavors

$35M

to fuel innovation in the arts

The WIN Difference

WE’RE WOMEN ON A MISSION

WIN’s a community of women philanthropists dedicated to leveraging our resources to address the issues that we care about. MORE

WIN GOES BIG

WIN is comprised of Duke’s top female philanthropists who have made a significant investment of at least $100,000 in lifetime cumulative support towards the future of Duke. MORE

YOU LEAD. DUKE WINS.

WIN is a network of leaders – CEOs, humanitarians, educators, scholars, scientists, mothers. Members of our philanthropic community hail from communities around the globe, work in dozens of industries and support myriad causes. MORE

“WIN ACCELERATES CONVERSATIONS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF WOMEN’S VOICES AND RESOURCES IN SHAPING DUKE’S FUTURE. THANKS TO WIN, WOMEN LEARN TOGETHER ABOUT EFFECTIVE PHILANTHROPY, BOTH FOR OUR UNIVERSITY AND OUR COMMUNITIES.”

ANN PELHAM ’74, DUKE TRUSTEE