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In the Lead: Tina Moen with IBM Watson Health

Tina-Moen-Top-Banner.jpgDr. Tina Moen (far right) speaks as a panelist during the 2019 IWF World Leadership Conference in Toronto.

Dr. Tina Moen has spent 17 years in the healthcare information technology industry providing clinical leadership to colleagues and clients in the United States and abroad. She currently serves as Senior Deputy Chief Health Officer and Chief Pharmacy Officer with IBM Watson Health.

Dr. Moen expands on our conversation in Toronto, including how she sees AI transforming healthcare, where she finds inspiration and how women can take better care of themselves.
In the Lead: Tina Moen with IBM Watson Health

International Women’s Forum President Deborah Shannon Trudeau Honored with Most Powerful Women: 100 Award

International Women’s Forum President Deborah Shannon Trudeau Honored with “Most Powerful Women: 100 Award”
International Women’s Forum President Deborah Shannon Trudeau Honored with Most Powerful Women: 100 Award

IWF Game Changers - Jill Castilla

 

To help celebrate women in small business in October, we talked to a game-changer in community banking. This episode of “IWF Game Changers” features a fascinating conversation with IWF Oklahoma member Jill Castilla, the President and CEO of Citizens Bank of Edmond and an “Innovative CEO in Banking” according to Bank Innovation. Throughout her career, she has brought small-business banking into the 21st century, meeting customers where they are and using social media to increase accessibility.

 

This episode of “IWF Game Changers” features an enriching conversation with IWF Oklahoma member Jill Castilla, the President and CEO of Citizens Bank of Edmond and an “Innovative CEO of the Year” according to American Banker magazine.
IWF Game Changers - Jill Castilla

Press Release: International Women’s Forum Convenes Members, Issue Experts in Toronto for World Leadership Conference

From November 13-15, the International Women’s Forum (IWF) will convene more than 1,100 women experts from 30 nations in Toronto, Canada, for its 2019 World Leadership Conference.
Press Release: International Women’s Forum Convenes Members, Issue Experts in Toronto for World Leadership Conference

In the Lead: German Ambassador Emily Haber

German Reunification Day (or German Unity Day) is a significant holiday to the German people. After World War II, Germany was divided into East and West Germany for almost half a century. On October 3, 1990, both sides were officially reunified into one country.

To help commemorate this important day, we spoke with H.E. Emily Haber, the Ambassador of Germany to the United States and a new member of IWF Washington, D.C. Ambassador Haber is a career foreign service officer who has worked on security and migration at the height of the refugee crisis in Europe. In this capacity, she worked closely with the United States on issues from the fight against terrorism to global cyberattacks and cybersecurity.

For this edition of In the Lead, Ambassador Haber told us about becoming a new member of the IWF community, what German Reunification Day means to Germans and what she thinks women bring to the field of diplomacy.

In the Lead: German Ambassador Emily Haber
In the Lead: German Ambassador Emily Haber
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