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Women's Leadership Initiative

“Where do I start?” 9 Tips for Success

Wed, May 31, 2017

Networking around a table

#WomenLeadingToday share top tips for excelling in any industry

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In Her Words: Meet Miriam Shou

Mon, April 03, 2017

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2017 Next Generation Leader Award Honoree, Miriam Shou, Director at PwC, talks about the importance of being bold, seeking feedback and pursuing your passions!

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Speaking Up: Women Talk Politics over Breakfast

Fri, December 16, 2016

Panelists discuss advocacy

Women's Leadership Initiative focuses on women in politics during annual breakfast.

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Sweet Laughs to Support Success By 6

Wed, November 16, 2016

Dena Blizzard with WLI Women

WLI gathers for early childhood success and Sweet Laughs!

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Women Leading Impact Speaker Series Full of P.A.S.S.I.O.N.

Wed, October 05, 2016

Women Pose with UW Sign

Are you ready to break down barriers to effective networking?

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Building Bridges for Women Leaders

Tue, March 15, 2016

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This is your call to action! Join us for a Lunchtime Twitter Chat @PhillySJUnited this Wednesday, March 16 from 1-2 p.m. as we tackle the question: How can millennial women bridge the #GenderGap in leadership?

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Next-Gen Women Unite to Help Others This Holiday Season

Mon, December 14, 2015

WING Eliza Shirley

UWGPSNJ’s Women’s Leadership Initiative Next Generation, a network of emerging women leaders under the age of 35, participated in a holiday volunteer project with the Eliza Shirley House last week.

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Women’s Initiative: Engaged, Empowered and Inspired to Lead

Wed, December 11, 2013

Women's Initiative: Engaged, Empowered, and Inspired to Lead

Tina Tinneny, co-chair; Terri Way of Department of Human Services; Jennifer Halliday, chair; Brianna Beaufort, GTLT graduate

As we approach the six-month anniversary of our appointments as chair and vice chair of UWGPSNJ’s Women’s Initiative, we’re proud of what’s been accomplished and excited about what lies ahead in the coming months.

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