Leadership Pipelines

The White House Project Report: Benchmarking Women's Leadership - Where Do We Go From Here?


Panel and Interactive discussion on women's leadership across ten sectors of American Culture.

Location: The Pew Charitable Trusts, 901 E. St. NW, Washington, D.C.


Molly Broad - President, American Council on Education

Claudette Christian - Partner, Hogan and Hartson

Tammy Duckworth - Assistant Secretary of Public & Intergovernmental Affairs, United States Dept. of Veterans Affairs

Benita Fitzgerald Mosley - Chief of Sport Performance, USA Track & Field, Gold Medalist & Former Chief Executive of Women in Cable Telecommunications

Tina Tchen - Director, White House Office of Public Engagement and Executive Director White House Council on Women & Girls

Moderated by: Elizabeth Vale - White House Business Liaison  





Secrets of Powerful Women After-Party


Sponsored by Lifetime and hosted by actress Kerry Washington, the After–Party will include a performance by a major recording artist, free drinks, food, and dancing!

Women of Color Leadership Summit

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04/27/2010 - 04/28/2010



Strategies for Retaining and Advancing Women of Color
Corporate Leadership Summit

One Time Warner Center, New York City

(Entrance on 58th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues)


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Pipeline's Broken Promise

The results of this study show that when it comes to top talent, women lag men in advancement, compensation, and career satisfaction. The pipeline is not healthy; inequality remains entrenched.


Teen Girls in Business

Strengthening the pipeline of girls and young women interested in business careers is a critical lever for change.


More women in finance, a more sustainable economy

As has been pointed out with increasing frequency, a certain group think has been widely blamed for the economic crisis we find ourselves in today. Studies indicate that women are more comprehensive thinkers and less attracted to excessive risk than are their male peers.


Shattering the Ceilings, for Good

The barriers that continue to prevent women from reaching senior leadership in critical mass in the financial services industry and more generally–negative gender stereotyping, lack of women in line positions, a narrow pipeline, lack of mentoring and promoting opportunities, work/life balance challenges, limited access to powerful professional networks– are the same ones faced over a decade ago.

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