June 6 Forum: Women’s Leadership in International Development (Wash DC)

A One-Day Forum to Advance Women’s Leadership in the International Development Sector
Interactive Plenaries + Skill Building Workshops + Networking + Book-Signing
Our Program Is Designed To Challenge And Inspire! Specifically, To:

✔ Develop Individual Leadership Skills For Female Leaders Of All Levels Within Development Organizations
✔ Share Information About Cutting Edge Research And Tools To Promote Leadership Development For All People Within Organizations
✔ Connect Participants With Inspiring Experts And Peers To Create A Community Of Change-Makers Within The Global Social Impact Sector.
✔ Strengthen Our Commitment Not Only To Stronger Leadership But A Greater Diversity Of Our Leaders.

Who Should Attend?

This One-Day Forum For Seasoned And Emerging Leaders In The International Development Sector Who Want To Deepen Their Individual Leadership Skills And Build A Culture Of Inclusive Leadership In Their Organizations. Join Participants From Non-Profits, Private Sector Companies, Governments, Social Enterprises, Foundations And Grant-Making Organizations.

Agenda

9:00 – 9:30am
Welcome: Susie Mudge, President & CEO, Chemonics International

Women & Leadership: Walking the Tightrope
Fiona Macaulay, Founder & CEO, WILD Network

9:30 – 10:45am
Key-Note: How Women Rise: Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion or Job
Speaker: Sally Helgesen, Award-winning researcher and author

10:45 – 11:00am:
Networking Break

11:00am – Noon
At the Forefront: Women and Leadership in the International Development Sector
Louise Fox, Chief Economist, USAID (formerly World Bank)
Tessie San Martin, President and CEO, Plan International USA
Maha Yassine, Senior Program Coordinator, Human Rights, Vital Voices Global Partnership
Moderator: Sonal Shah, Executive Director, Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation, Georgetown University (TBC)

Noon – 1:15pm

Round-tables Discussion Lunch – Join a topic of your choosing

“Challenges and Triumphs of Women COPs’ ” – Nora Brown & Catherine Johnson, DAI
“Developing Your Personal Brand” – Lisa Leander, Vital Voices

“‘Working Mama: Make being a working mom work for you” – Mimi Darmstadter, Metropolitan Area Working Mother’s Alliance & Francesca Molinaro, Chemonics

“Banking” on Women: Fostering Leadership in the Financial Inclusion Space – Xochitl Sanchez, Accion

“Networks and Networking” – Liz Whitehead, 12pointFive

More coming soon! Have an idea for a round table topic you would like to lead? Submit it here.

1:15 – 2:00pm
Developing a Company-Wide Culture of Coaching Across a Global NGO
Asheesh Advani, Executive Director, Junior Achievement Worldwide
Erin Sawyer, Vice President, Junior Achievement Worldwide
Ben Olds, Executive Leadership Coach, Haven Human Asset Venture

2:00 – 2:15pm
Networking Break

2:15 – 3:30pm
Break Out Sessions
Executive Presence: Body, Voice and Content
What Support do Female Social Entrepreneurs to Scale their Impact, and Thrive Personally?
Developing a Company-Wide Culture of Mentorship: What, How and What For?

3:30 – 4:30pm
Plenary Key Note: Restore Yourself! The Antidote for Professional Exhaustion
In this interactive and fun plenary, Dr. Edy Greenblatt uses tools, knowledge and research from her award winning book Restore Yourself: The Antidote for Professional Exhaustion for how to develop customized, actionable solutions that increase your personal energy and reduce exhaustion. This session offers tools to women leaders to keep themselves, and their colleagues, resilient during periods of uncertainty and rapid change. Better energy management helps everyone accomplish more of what matters to us!

4:30 – 4:55pm
Plenary: This Is What I Heard!
Reflections from “under 30” participants on what resonated with them and insight for where to go from here.

4:55pm – 5:00pm
Onward!
Fiona Macaulay, WILD CEO & Founder and Event Host

5:00 – 6:30pm
Celebratory Reception! + Book Signing with Key-Note Speaker Sally Helgesen

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