The Georgia chapter of the International Women’s Forum will honor International Women’s Day for the fourth year in a row with an outstanding program highlighting extraordinary women who are tackling some of the most difficult issues of our day. This program provides an opportunity for leaders from around Georgia and beyond to hear from experts as to the greatest challenges facing women and their perspectives related to potential solutions.
With an introduction from Paige Alexander, CEO of The Carter Center, we will also hear throughout the day from rising women leaders from around the world.
Where: This is an in-person and streaming event hosted at the headquarters of Georgia Pacific in downtown Atlanta. Audience includes IWF-GA members, civic leaders, consuls general, academic leaders, non-profit and business leaders.
When: March 2, from 2 pm to 5:30 pm. Reception to follow.
Format: Each session will be moderated and conversational. Time permitting there will be an opportunity for questions from the audience.
The Georgia chapter of the International Women’s Forum is part of a global organization of more than 7500 leading women all over the world. IWF Georgia is the 5th largest Forum worldwide with close to 250 members and was founded in 1988 by 15 trailblazing women including Rosalynn Carter and Coretta Scott King. Our membership ranges from leaders in business, healthcare and academia, to the arts, non-profits, media, government and sports. You can find more background and a list of members at IWFgeorgia.org