Women's Networks

Breaking through the glass ceiling is greatly facilitated when women help other women gain entrance and momentum through the career pipeline. Formal and informal networks are critical for paving the way. NCRW’s Corporate Circle fosters networking among corporate leaders to help them strategize, navigate career paths and develop leadership skills, as well as build new relationships and partnerships across companies and industries. NCRW’s Emerging Leaders Network is another initiative that is reinforcing relationships among young professionals. Our networks can be particularly useful across sectors bringing the latest data, trends and analysis to decision-makers and future leaders.

Establishing (& maintaining) Effective Mentorships

By Tunisia L. Riley & Kyla Bender-Baird* 

This past Sunday, the Emerging Leaders Network of NCRW presented an enlightening workshop on establishing effective mentorships. The workshop was comprised of two sets of mentor/mentee relationships including Deborah Siegel, Founding Partner of She Writes, blogger, and author most recently of Sisterhood, Interrupted: From Radical Women to Grrls Gone Wild and her mentee, Courtney Martin, author and blogger for Feministing.com; and Khushbu Srivastava, Independent Strategy Consultant and her mentee Vanessa Singh, SIPA Student at Columbia University.


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Emerging Leaders Networking @ Papillon, NYC

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08/10/2010

The Emerging Leaders Network of the National Council for Research on Women invites you to an exclusive networking event for young professional women in the New York City area.


Tuesday, August 10, 2010 from 6-9 pm
at Papillon Bistro & Bar
22 East 54th Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues
New York City


Please RSVP to Lisa Rast at lrast@regender.org.
Entry is free of charge; cash bar.

For more information about the Emerging Leaders Network, click here.
 

AMEX Emerging Leaders Program Launch press release

The National Council for Research on Women with support from the American Express Foundation will host a one-year (2010-2011) program to support emerging leaders in the non-profit sector. The 35 fellows will receive mentorship and training in areas such as human resources management, securing organizational resources, and ‘leading from the middle’ (as opposed to top-down strategies). Entitled Building the Next Generation of Leadership in the Nonprofit Sector, the program will train 35 entry- to mid-level managers who were selected out of a pool of more than 250 applicants.  Representing a variety of backgrounds, the 35 selected fellows come from a wide range of organizations including 13 NCRW Member Centers, and 10 different states.

Emerging Leaders Network Wine Tasting

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06/15/2010

The Emerging Leaders Network of the National Council for Research on Women invites you to an exclusive networking and wine tasting event for young professional women in New York City.  Tuesday, June 15, 6:00pm--8:00pm,

Bottle Rocket, 5 W. 19th Street, (between 5th and 6th Aves.)

The Emerging Leaders Network supports entry to mid-level professionals in their efforts to develop leadership skills and build partnerships.  The Network is currently developing programs relevant to both the corporate and nonprofit sectors.

Entry fee for the Emerging Leaders Wine Tasting is $25 per person, payable in advance, by check or credit card, or payable by cash, check or credit card the night of the event.

Please RSVP to Lisa Rast via email at Lrast@regender.org, or fax to (212)785-7350. 

Checks should be made payable to: NCRW

 

Lecture by Suad Joseph: Rethinking Arab Women as "Subjects"

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05/07/2010

Suad Joseph was born in Lebanon and educated in the US. She completed her Ph.D. in Anthropology at Columbia University. Most of her anthropological field research has focused on her native Lebanon. Her early work investigated the politicization of religious sects in Lebanon leading up to the civil war in 1975, questions of ethnicity and state, and local community organization and development. That work led her to consider the impact of women's visiting networks on local and national politics, and the relationships between local communities, community organizations, and the state.

Lecture: 2:00pm

Reception: 4:00-6:00pm

Location: UCLA Faculty Center, California Room

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On the front line: Longtime advocate for women’s rights still hard at work on the global stage

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Center for Women's Global Leadership

SAGE MAGAZINE, May 2010

NM Original Story by Anne Pedersen

For New Mexico-raised international human rights activist and educator Charlotte Bunch, “women’s rights are human rights.”

That may sound selfevident, but it’s still a radical idea in a world where liberty and legal equality are denied many women, sexual violence and patriarchal values are commonplace, and gender discrimination persists.   

For decades a voice for gender equality at the United Nations, Bunch is a “go-to” figure in the global fight for women’s rights. She was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 1996, and in 1999, then-President Bill Clinton awarded her the Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Human Rights.   

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