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In the Lead provides a unique window into the lives of IWF members and other impressive women who are leading in their fields around the world.


3 Things You Can Do To Make Literacy More Accessible

For International Literacy Day we asked Barbara Marcus, President & Publisher at Random House Children's Books and Women's Forum of New York member, the following question: “What are the 3 most important things IWF members can do individually to make literacy more accessible to all?” 

Our latest blog features IWF member IWF member Barbara Marcus, President & Publisher Random House Children's Books. She shares 3 important things you can do to make literacy more accessible. Read here:
3 Things You Can Do To Make Literacy More Accessible

3 Actions to Expand Women’s Financial Inclusion in the Midst of COVID-19

IWF member Mary Ellen Iskenderian, President & CEO of Women’s World Banking, shares three key points for expanding women’s financial inclusion in response to the impact of the ongoing pandemic.

IWF member Mary Ellen Iskenderian, President & CEO of Women’s World Banking, shares three key points for expanding women’s financial inclusion in response to the impact of the ongoing pandemic. Read IWF's latest blog post here.
3 Actions to Expand Women’s Financial Inclusion in the Midst of COVID-19

3 Tips from a Champion

As a former professional tennis player and the first African American to lead the United States Tennis Association, Katrina Adams knows the importance of mindset and mental health in sports. In this blog post she shares about the power of positive thinking, focusing on the end goal, and teamwork.

As a former professional tennis player and the first African American to lead the United States Tennis Association, Katrina Adams knows the importance of mindset and mental health in sports. Read 3 Tips from a Champion here:
3 Tips from a Champion

3 Ways We Can All Defend Human Rights

We asked Alexandra Haas, Executive Director of Oxfam Mexico and an IWF Fellow, the following question: What are 3 ways we can all defend human rights? She simplifies the actions we can take by using 3 memorable words that make a big impact: Learn. Say. Do. Read more to learn about actions you can take to make a difference and defend human rights globally.

We asked Alexandra Haas, Executive Director of Oxfam Mexico, the following question: What are 3 ways we can all defend human rights? She simplifies the actions we can take into 3 words that make a big impact: Learn. Say. Do. Read the latest blog post.
3 Ways We Can All Defend Human Rights

3 Ways to Rethink Student Education in Response to Covid-19

As schools continue to adjust to the shifting realities of Covid-19, parents, teachers and schools have an opportunity to rethink the previous methods of student education. We asked Dr. Shimi Kang, IWF British Columbia member and founder of Dolphin Kids: Future-ready Leaders, the following question - “What are 3 ways to rethink student education in response to Covid-19?” Here's her response:

As schools continue to adjust to the shifting realities of Covid-19, we have an opportunity to rethink student education. We asked Dr. Shimi Kang - “What are 3 ways to rethink student education in response to Covid-19?” Here's her response:
3 Ways to Rethink Student Education in Response to Covid-19

3 Important Things to Know About More Sustainable Farming

On this Earth Day, it is critical that each of us do our part to protect our planet. There are many ways to make a difference and our latest blogger is doing just that through more sustainable farming. Savita Sunil Dakle is a Farmer and Trainer in the Primark Sustainable Cotton Program.

Earth Day is a reminder that each of us must do our part to protect our planet. Read one farmer's insights on sustainable farming.
3 Important Things to Know About More Sustainable Farming
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