TWF is delighted to present our not-to-be-missed Secrets to Success series featuring outstanding female leaders sharing their first-hand experience, insights and advice from their own leadership journey.
The Ice-Breakers offer time for networking with the other participants from the Programme and exposure to inspirational speakers, as well as an early taste of the professional development workshops we will be offering as part of the Programme.
Stay connected with past participants of TWF's Mentoring Programme and on top of the latest themes and topics relating to women and leadership!
TWF and State Street presents a talk on how gender folklore affects investment decisions
The Ice-Breakers offer time for networking with the other participants from the Programme and exposure to inspirational speakers, as well as an early taste of the professional development workshops we will be offering as part of the Programme.
DLA Piper and The Women's Foundation are delighted to invite you to a breakfast fire-side chat with Kathy McCartney of Smith College, one of the leading private liberal arts colleges for women in the US. In discussion with Tara Joseph of Thomson Reuters and herself a Smith alumna, President McCartney will talk about how Smith is preparing students for careers in STEM and other non-traditional fields, and Smith’s new partnership with HKUST to groom women leaders in this region.
The Ice-Breakers offer time for networking with the other participants from the Programme and exposure to inspirational speakers, as well as an early taste of the professional development workshops we will be offering as part of the Programme.
The Ice-Breakers offer time for networking with the other participants from the Programme and exposure to inspirational speakers, as well as an early taste of the professional development workshops we will be offering as part of the Programme.
TWF's Annual Gala has become a calendar event for many of our supporters
Join Madeline Di Nonno, CEO of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, for a robust discussion around the representation of women and girls in children's programming.