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Take Charge of Your Leadership Journey with Renowned Women Leaders on October 25-27, 2020!
Whether you are an emerging talent or an experienced leader, this workshop will give you the tools you need to take your career to the next level. Taking the Lead: Women’s Career Accelerator Workshop is a 3-day workshop that will gather women from all over the world to own their power and step into the next level of leadership. This 3-day workshop also provides women the opportunity to expand their network and share their experiences in the field.

Taking the Lead will focus attendees on three key areas: building on skills for a personal leadership framework, becoming Negotiation Ready, and developing your leadership brand. The event features women leading in their industries, across technology, communications, business and screen media. Sheila Brooks, Ph.D. is a keynote speaker, discussing “The Power in Career Transitions” with #GALSNGEAR Founder Amy DeLouise. Dr. Brooks is an Emmy award-winning marketing, media, and communications strategist, former television newscaster and executive producer. Dr. Brooks is also the founder, president and CEO of SRB Communications, a full-service advertising, marketing, and public relations agency in Washington, D.C. The agency has been providing advertising, multicultural, video production, and crisis communications strategy, creative and content development to clients in several industries for more than three decades.

Learn more about the Taking the Lead program and speakers at
Members of Innovation Women can register for their pass at $50 off with code: WIT20

Reach out to event manager, Jennifer Howard at [email protected] if you have any questions about Taking the Lead.

American Association of University Women (AAUW) is Accepting Applications for 2021–22 Fellowships and Grants!
Do you know any women pursing postgraduate studies, furthering their careers, or working on a program to benefit women and girls? Point them to AAUW's fellowships and grants applications. Deadlines run from November to December.