Members in the News
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Our Zooming Through the Covid Crisis series returned with a special briefing on healthcare system readiness as Covid infections surge locally and globally, research and innovations since the spring, and the development of therapeutics and vaccines to contain and end the pandemic.
On September 30th, IWF-DC members gathered to continue the conversation on race and leadership with a focus on what diversity looks like from a leadership perspective and insights on how to manage a diverse and inclusive workplace in the 21st century.
To celebrate the 19th Amendment centennial, Penn State Library Press has re-released A Matter of Simple Justice: The Untold Story of Barbara Franklin and A Few Good Women by Lee Stout.
The last few weeks have underscored the critical importance of untold stories from the lives of Black American women.
The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce has hired Lettie J.
Two IWF members--communications expert Susan Peterson and executive coach and interior designer Jenna Dorn--gave a creative crash course on how to be your best in this new world of online gatherings.
Henrietta Fore, the 7th Executive Director of UNICEF and an IWF-DC member, led a thought-provoking discussion on the ways UNICEF is supporting children through and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic and how IWF members, businesses, and non-profits can engage as leaders and innovators on the local level.
On April 16, Mary Davis Holt, an executive coach, speaker and author, led a Zoom discussion on leadership in times of crisis.
Giving Yourself the "Gift of Time" to Reboot Your Life.
Scientist and NASA astronaut Kathryn Sullivan and NASA's senior-most woman executive Melanie Saunders shared the excitement and challenges of exploring the unknown in a personal discussion moderated by Michelle Bernard, commentator and founder of The Bernard Center for Women.
On Thursday, April 9th, physician and coach Dr.
On Thursday, April 2nd, IWF-DC members came together to discuss the unprecedented challenges of our times in the first of a series of 40-minute virtual sessions via Zoom.
Here's a list of IWF-DC members who are providing services for the DC community during the Covid crisis.