Presented by RBC, this exceptional program brings together, by invitation only, a group of outstanding and influential senior executive women who are making significant contributions to the public and private sectors at the board, CEO, and senior executive level. Each is considered a champion of diversity in their respective companies, communities, countries and beyond.
The 2017 Global Women of Influence Senior Executive Dinner Series will kick-off in Washington D.C and travel on to Toronto, London UK, and Calgary. To request a personal invitation or nominate a guest, please contact Alicia Skalin, Co-CEO, Head of Events & Programming, Women of Influence at email@example.com.
This is an evening to provide an often requested opportunity for senior executive leaders to have an intimate forum and venue to network, share their invaluable insights and best practices, and foster peer-to-peer connections.
Established board and key senior women executive leaders have been selectively invited for their outstanding professional success and personal dedication to elevating women leaders in business globally. In the room you will find representation from a wide spectrum of industries, including financial, professional and legal services; retail and consumer goods; media and technology; and government, healthcare and the not-for-profit sector.
Beyond connecting like-minded change makers, these dinners are powerful forums to drive evolution for future leaders.
Authentic and deep dinner conversation is focused on key themes central to women’s advancement. The critical insights, lessons, anecdotal stories, and CEO survival tools that are shared around the table are used to fuel the content of our events, media, courses and consulting so that we can share this learning widely and help corporations drive change for future female leaders.
Every year, we produce a press release based on the central findings from the Global Women of Influence Senior Executive Dinner Series. In 2014, we partnered with Thomson Reuters to take this one step further in producing a White Paper on the Solutions to Women’s Advancement. Distributed around the world, this groundbreaking study sheds critical insight on Seven Pitfalls to Women’s Advancement, which were extracted primarily from a highly sophisticated survey of the women who participated in the dinner series, and analyzed by global leaders in gender diversity and inclusion.
For more information, please contact Alicia Skalin, Co-CEO, Head of Events & Programming, Women of Influence at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This prestigious event series recognizes outstanding and influential senior executive women, who are all considered to be champions of diversity in their respective companies, countries, and beyond. Each of those invited have been chosen for their significant contributions to business in both the public and private sector at the CEO, Board, and Senior Executive level.