For the August edition of In the Lead, we asked Ilya Marotta, a member of IWF-Panama, a few questions about her career as a marine engineer and her work on the Panama Canal Expansion project that was completed last year. In 2016, Ilya received the IWF Woman Who Makes a
IWF-Chicago Member Kathy Hopinkah Hannan made news this week in her role as President of the Board of Girl Scouts USA. Read part of the story from the AP below: “Inflaming a century-old and mostly cordial rivalry, the president of the Girl Scouts of the USA is accusing the Boy
2014-2015 IWF Leadership Foundation Fellow Azola Zuma was featured in a video posted by the African National Congress. She shares her perspective on leadership and success and moving South Africa forward. Watch the video here:
Rising women leaders from around the world to take part in a year-long leadership training program managed in partnership with Harvard Business School and INSEAD. WASHINGTON, D.C. –[August 25, 2017]– The International Women’s Forum & Leadership Foundation (IWF/LF) announced 36 rising women leaders to participate in their 2017-2018 Fellows Program.
Judi Brown Clarke, an alumnae of the EY Women Athletes Business Network, was one of the top two candidates in the primary election for the city of Lansing’s next mayor. Last month, Judi Brown Clarke spoke at the IWF Executive Development Roundtable supported by the Knight Foundation in Miami, Florida.
IWF Leadership Foundation Fellow Alumnae Lauren Anderson was featured in Forbes’ Mentoring Moments podcast as one of the first women to ever be on a SWAT team. Read part of the profile below: “Have you ever been in a situation where your gut is saying, ‘Do it your way,’ but
IWF Leadership Foundation Fellow Alumnae Lori Chillingworth was named a trustee of Salt Lake City Community College earlier this week by Utah Governor Gary Herbert. “Gov. Gary Herbert has appointed Lori Chillingworth, Linda Luchetti, and Brady Southwick to serve on the Salt Lake Community College Board of Trustees. “Chillingworth is
Disrupt Africa published a piece this week on a study released by IWF South Africa. Read an excerpt below: “Over 50 per cent of South African women believe corporate jobs are ‘a safer option.’ “This is according to new research conducted by Livingfacts and commissioned by Sage Foundation, entitled ‘The