2023-2024 IWF Leadership Fellows

The 30th Class of the Leadership Fellows Program consists of 40 diverse participants leading change in Afghanistan, Australia, the Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, Jamaica, Jordan, Mexico, Pakistan, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, Ukraine, and the United States. Their backgrounds include corporate, government, nonprofit, academic, and entrepreneurial sectors. This group of accomplished women will convene for a leadership development experience that directly tackles the key barriers that restrict the potential of women leaders and accelerates the path to the C-suite and top levels of all sectors where women remain underrepresented. 


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Dawn Angrisani

Human Resources Director
BAE Systems


Sadiqa Basiri

Farhat Asif

Founder and President
Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies

Rickey Bevington

Myra Coleman Bierria

Vice President and Corporate Secretary
Southern Company

Judith (Charlie) Blackwell-Thompson

Artemis Launch Director

Marie-Josee Boivin

Ngaree Blow

Director of First Nations Health and Senior Lecturer
University of Melbourne

Leah Burns

Senior Director, Worldwide Health Economics and Outcomes Research
Bristol Myers Squibb

Anne Coleman-Honn

Deputy Director, Office of Eastern Europe
U.S. Department of State

Francesca de Quesada Covey

Chief of Economic Innovation and Economic Development
Miami Dade County

Maria De Los Angles Diez Alonso

Laura Desveaux

Scientific Director
Trillium Health Partners

Mayuri (May) Farlinger

Vice President of Customer and Community Engagement
Alliant Energy

Liliana Ferrari

Shelly Farrell

Vice President of Finance and Operations

Grace Francisco

Dolores Fernández Löbbe

SVP Compras/Chief Merchandising Officer
Walmart de Mexico y Centroamerica

Marina Fernie

Vice President of Marketing, Digital, and Insights

Emily Glendinning

Tami Fisher

SVP and Director, Technology, Strategy, and Governance
Zions Bancorporation

Jenny Greminger

Vanessa (Vane) Flores

Sales Director, Mexico and Central America

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