Sun, Mar 17|
Women's Day Celebration
Join us for a special Women's Day Celebration on Sunday, March 17, 2024, at 10:00 AM, hosted at St. Philip's Evangelical Lutheran Church located at 2424 Annie Malone Dr., St. Louis, MO 63113. We are honored to welcome Councilwoman Shalonda Webb as our distinguished guest speaker.
Time & Location
Mar 17, 2024, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
St. Louis, 2424 Annie Malone Dr, St. Louis, MO 63113, USA
About the event
Join us for a special Women's Day Celebration on Sunday, March 17, 2024, at 10:00 AM, hosted at St. Philip's Evangelical Lutheran Church located at 2424 Annie Malone Dr., St. Louis, MO 63113. We are honored to welcome Councilwoman Shalonda Webb as our distinguished guest speaker, whose wisdom and leadership inspire us all. Let's come together to celebrate the strength, resilience, and achievements of women in our community and beyond. Don't miss this empowering event! See you there!
Biography for Councilwoman Shalonda Webb
Shalonda Webb was elected Councilwoman for 4th Council District on November 3, 2020, and currently
serves as Chairwoman of the St. Louis County Council. In her short tenure, Councilwoman Webb has
worked in partnership with residents, local businesses as well as federal, state, and local elected officials
to create a more holistic plan for North County. Several of her accomplishments include securing over
$22 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding for the 4th Council District which includes $11 million to
tear down derelict properties in areas such as Castle Point, Glasgow Village and Spanish Lake, $5 million
to address food insecurities within District 4, $50,000 to fund domestic violence programs, and $6
million for the demolition of Jamestown Mall. Chairwoman Webb also secured an additional $6 million
for the demolition which will ensure that the Jamestown Mall property will be ready for future
Councilwoman Webb began her career as a software engineer at the Boeing Company and over the last
25 years, her career has taken her to work assignments as far as Japan and South Korea. As the F/A-18
Mission System Engineering Program Hiring Focal, and an HCBU Recruiter for Boeing, Shalonda is
directly helping to create a more diverse and inclusive workplace at Boeing. She is also the recipient of
the 2021 BEYA – Black Engineer of the Year Modern Leader in Technology Award for her contributions to
minorities and women in technology. Shalonda is a proud Phi Beta Kappa honors graduate of Fisk
University, one of the nation's oldest Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) where she earned
a B.S. in Computer Science. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Engineering Management from
Washington University. Shalonda is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
Her philanthropic endeavors extend to groups such as American Diabetes Association, Each One Team
One; The Little Bit Foundation – Hygiene Drive, Rebuilding Together, and many others. Shalonda and her
husband Steven are natives of Port Arthur, Texas and have lived in the 4th Council District since 1998.
They are the proud parents of three sons: Steve, Jr., Sean, and Sterling.