This month, PBS stations around the U.S. and online via PBS Anywhere will air MANKILLER, a documentary created by IWF Members Gale Anne Hurd and Valerie Red-Horse Mohl on Wilma Mankiller, the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. Check your local listings to figure out when to tune in!
In Hillary Clinton’s 2017 Hall of Fame speech, she said “I’ve seen over and over again that when women are willing to roll up our sleeves and get to work, we get the job done.” For Women’s History Month, we have asked IWF members around the world to share a
Stephanie Mehta, a member of the Women’s Forum of New York, has been named Editor-in-Chief of Fast Company. Read an excerpt of the announcement from Folio Magazine: Mansueto Ventures has tapped Vanity Fair deputy editor Stephanie Mehta as the next editor-in-chief of Fast Company, CEO Eric Schurenberg announced today. The announcement comes two months after Robert Safian,
Last week, Allyson Maynard Gibson, Past President of IWF and member of IWF Bahamas, took part in the People’s Tribunal on Economic Crime taking place in Johannesburg, South Africa. Gibson, the Former Attorney General of The Bahamas, joined the tribunal organized by civil society organizations including: Corruption Watch, the Foundation
Anne Doyle, IWF Michigan President & Author of POWERING UP! How America’s Women Achievers Become Leaders, was featured on the Integrate & Ignite Podcast produced by Avocet Communications. During her conversation with host, Lori Jones, Doyle discusses women’s leadership and highlights the work of IWF & the Michigan Forum. Listen
This week, IWF Global President Teresa V-F Weintraub visited IWF Spain in Madrid. IWF Spain Member & Delegate of the Government of Spain in the Community of Madrid Concepcion Dancausa hosted the Forum at the Delegación del Gobierno en la Comunidad de Madrid. While there, Weintraub met with Members, toured
For the first edition of In the Lead in 2018, we sat down with Katharine Weymouth, former publisher and CEO of The Washington Post. She oversaw the paper from 2008 – 2014. She is the granddaughter of Katharine Graham. Katharine Graham became the first woman to lead the Washington Post
The EY Women Athletes Business Network Mentoring Program Unveils Fourth Cohort of Elite Female Athletes WASHINGTON, D.C. – [January 16, 2018] – Today, the IWF Leadership Foundation, in partnership with EY, announced the fourth cohort of Women Athletes Business Network (WABN) mentees. Launched in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2013,