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GirlSpark Camp 2015
Microsoft, Ivey Business School and The Women's Foundation are delighted to invite you to apply for GirlSpark Camp 2015 -- a three day programme designed for final-year and penultimate year female students considering a career in technology-related subjects.
TWF is delighted to invite you to a festive fireside chat with Louise Beveridge, Senior Vice President of Communications, at Kering Communications
The Women's Foundation invites you to our Special 10th Anniversary Gala Dinner. The event will feature inspirational speeches by female icons, a silent auction with enticing prizes, delectable food and live entertainment, all in support of disadvantaged women and girls in Hong Kong.
Caroline Erisman, Head of School at Dana Hall, will present on helping teen girls to be their best. All proceeds from the event will go towards She Objects, a new bilingual documentary by The Women’s Foundation that will explore the gender stereotypes created and exacerbated by the media
Mrs Wilkinson will talk about her life and career since leaving Oxford, the benefits of a single sex education for girls and preparing girls for Oxbridge. Like all OWN initiatives, this talk is open to all Oxford and Cambridge alumni - male and female, as well as to anyone else interested in hearing from inspiring speakers on a broad range of topics.
Enjoy a one-house concert performance celebrating the 70th birthday of the world's most beloved soprano, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa. The concert will be followed by an exquisite four-course wine-paired dinner. The proceeds of this Enchanted Evening will benefit The Women's Foundation, a leading NGO dedicated to the advancement of women and girls.
"Women bring the ability to change the strategic thinking that impacts the insurance industry. The industry has always been known to be slow for change-- instead of being forward-thinking and progressive, it tracks along at a slower pace than other industries, even though it's huge and impacts the whole world."