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Celebrating National Women Inventors' Month

February is National Women Inventors' Month! Take a moment to celebrate and learn about the amazing accomplishments of women through history.

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Quarterly Message from WWLI Chair, Christine Dellecave

"2018 is off to a great start already." Check out the 1st quarter message from WWLI Chair, Christine Dellecave

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Korn Ferry: Women CEOs Speak

Women CEOs Speak: Strategies for the next generation of female executives and how companies can pave the road. A Study from Korn Ferry.

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Trends and Statistics for Women in Business

There are exciting things happening in the world of women entrepreneurs. Women are now the dominant force in small business ownership and succeeding in industries that were once taboo for women.

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WWLI ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP TEAM

Female-Led Non-Profit Organization Creates Networking Opportunities for Executive Level Women in the DC-Area

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Like Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, WWLI.org Recognizes the Opportunity to Train Women for Board Seats

Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and Marc Andreessen, are assembling a “boot camp” experience for women navigating the path to a seat on a board of directors. WWLI.org, too, has long seen this need to train women for board seats and is taking action.

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The Back Page

Pictures from the February event with Arianna Huffington

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STOP the Cycle of Networking That is NOT Working

“The best networking events I’ve attended or hosted are those that are more informal. In fact, I don’t like meeting people “to increase my network.” I like meeting people, well, just to meet people...

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Gender Bias Disrupts the Learning Cycle of Leadership

“Many CEOs who make gender diversity a priority—by setting aspirational goals for the proportion of women in leadership roles, insisting on diverse slates of candidates for senior positions, and developing mentoring and training programs—are frustrated...

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Arianna Huffington: “Sleep your way to the top…”

Arianna Huffington, the guest speaker at Tuesday’s Washington Women’s Leadership Initiative luncheon, talks in aphorisms: “If somebody works 24/7, there is a problem,” she tells the audience of about 150 (overworked) women (and a smattering of men)...

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