In This Issue
|1. Melanne Verveer To Receive World of Difference Lifetime Achievement Award|
2. Making a Difference in Solving Global Challenges
3. Not a Gender Issue, an Economic Necessity
4. 3 Ways to Get Involved with the Daughters e-Mentoring Program
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May 25 - May 31, 2014
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Dear colleagues and friends,
Although women represent about half of the world’s talent, our talents are not enlisted in equal numbers. Our challenge is to build our own capacity for leadership, put ourselves forth as capable candidates for leadership, and educate the organizations seeking leaders to connect with us as a viable talent pool.
At TIAW, our Women’s Leadership Network is bringing forth some excellent tools to help you develop and market your leadership potential.
First, you can work on building capacity by participating in the Global Women’s Leadership Summit, which is expected to be the world’s largest forum for professional women in the world. GWALS is a collaboration of the world’s pre-eminent leaders to forward the advancement of women on a global scale.
Melanne Verveer To Receive 2013 TIAW World of Difference Lifetime Achievement March 27, 2014 in Washington, DC
TIAW is pleased to announce Melanne Verveer, Executive Director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, and former U.S. Ambassador at Large for Global Women’s Issues has been named the 2013 TIAW World of Difference Lifetime Achievement Award recipient.
Throughout her career, Ms. Verveer has championed women's economic advancement and among her many achievements was a founder of the influential Vital Voices organization.
"Melanne Verveer has been a titan of women's advancement for so many years," said Stephanie MacKendrick, Chair of the TIAW Awards Committee. "We are proud that we will be able to honor her in person with our most prestigious individual award." For more about Melanne Verveer: click here.
TIAW is also delighted to announce that the TIAW Global Forum and World of Difference Awards gala will be held in Washington, DC.on March 27 and 28th, 2014.
Making a Difference in Solving Global Challenges
You will agree with me that investment in women is equal to poverty reduction in all spheres of life.When women thrive the society benefits and succeeding generations are given a better start in life as once put by Kofi Annan. Among these women are women with disabilities who are making changes in solving global challenges. In their strive to solve global issues, women struggle with many burdensome systems but yet conquer them.Every woman, in one way or another, craves to do something about critical areas of life such as health care, education, corruptions, politics, conflict and all human rights issues. They tackle these issues in their own small ways and that reflects in the community in which they are in.
3 Ways to Get Involved with the Daughters
You're Invited: Daughters e-Mentoring Program Informational Meeting & Networking Event
Join us for an evening of networking to learn more about the Daughters e-Mentoring Program and our upcoming volunteer mission to Costa Rica! Learn how you can become a mentor and empower young women and girls globally.
Date: Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost: $20 in advance | $30 at the door
Location: Verity, 111d Queen Street East Toronto, ON M5C 1S2
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