Leadership Fellows Program
Each year, IWF takes direct action to achieve its mission of advancing women’s leadership and championing equality worldwide through its Leadership Fellows Program. This intensive professional development experience prepares women to realize their full potential, strengthening their organizations, society, and the world.
Worldwide research consistently confirms three key barriers that restrict the potential of women leaders:
- limited access to professional networks,
- lack of mentors, and
- inadequate leadership training.
The IWF Leadership Fellows Program directly tackles these barriers, accelerating the path to the C-suite and top levels of all sectors where women remain underrepresented. Featuring pedagogical collaboration with Harvard Business School and INSEAD, the program offers up to 45 high-achieving women leaders customized leadership training, mentoring by IWF’s invitation-only network of the most accomplished women in the world, networking with program peers and IWF members, and the opportunity to bring back what they learn to their organizations and communities.
While designed for women leaders (and likely most beneficial to those who identify as such), the program is open to all who otherwise fulfill the selection criteria listed in the brochure accessible through the link below.
The Application Period for the 2024-2025 Leadership Fellows Program will be open on January 1, 2024.
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2023-2024 Program Schedule
February 26 – 29, 2024
IWF-INSEAD Women’s Global Leadership Program in Fontainebleau, France
June 2 – 7, 2024
IWF-Harvard Business School Transformative Leadership Program in Cambridge, Massachusetts
IWF Leadership Fellows Program Orientation in Detroit, MI
Our 2023-2024 Leadership Fellows Cohort participated in our 2023 World Leadership Conference in Detroit, Michigan. The 40 distinguished women from 13 countries bring diverse backgrounds in corporate, government, nonprofit, academia, and entrepreneurship, they embody true leadership in driving change.