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Purple logo for Women's Global Leadership Conference reading "Agnes Scott College. Leading Inclusively: Transformative Change Across the Globe" with a silhouette of the 7 continents behind it.
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General Conference Information Copy

The “Leading Inclusively” conference on October 13, 2022 will feature leaders whose actions in politics, science, business, and the media exemplify what the inclusive transformation of communities, organizations, and societies looks like on a global, national, or local level. Keynote addresses, panel discussions, and plenary conversations will create opportunities for creative exchange and for the development of innovative solutions to some of the most pressing problems facing our world. 

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Opening Keynote Session "Leading Inclusively"

    

Leading Inclusively 

Agnes Binagwaho, Vice Chancellor of the University for Global Health Equity & Former Minister of Health for Rwanda, will set the stage by sharing her transformative leadership experiences in conversation with Author Pat Mitchell, Co-Founder of TEDWomen and ConnectedWomenLeaders—a cohort of women leaders across generations and geographies who convene to shape solutions to the global challenges of access to quality, affordable healthcare, food insecurity and the climate crisis.

Register today at agnesscott.edu/wglc2022

 

Transforming Organizations

Business organizations are instrumental in reshaping the world of work. Three leaders from nationally recognized companies — Michelle Gadsden Williams (BlackRock), Sue Lam (Coca Cola), and Bentina Chisolm Terry (Georgia Power) — will discuss through personal experiences how to create inclusive professional environments and transformative change.

Register today at agnesscott.edu/wglc2022

Panel One: Transforming Organizations featuring a photo of Michelle Gadsden-Williams of BlackRock, Sue Lam of Coca-Cola, and Bentina Chisolm Terry of Georgia Power
Keynote Session Two featuring CEO of the Carter Center, Paige Alexander and Vanessa Ibarra, Director of Atlanta Mayors Office of International and Immigrant Affairs

Women as Change Agents

Time and again, women’s leadership has been shown to be a crucial factor in improving lives, whether in education, economic development, or health. Director of International & Immigrant Affairs for the City of Atlanta, Vanessa Ibarra, joins the CEO of the Carter Center Paige Alexander on our campus to share how the leadership role in a public, non-profit organization can effect change in domestic and international arenas.

Join us on October 13 at Agnes Scott College. Register today at agnesscott.edu/wglc2022

Building Inclusive Leadership from the Ground Up 

Global solutions require local action. For leadership to be effective, it takes leaders who have the courage to tackle issues seen in their own community. Gabrielle Claiborne, Soumaya Khalifa, and Dr. Gulshan Harjee will share their inspiring stories and enable attendees to connect with the initiatives spearheaded by these leaders.

Register today at agnesscott.edu/wglc2022

Panel Two: Building Inclusive Leadership from the Ground up featuring three speakers and their headshots: Soumaya Khalifa, Dr. Gulshan Harjee, and Gabrielle Claiborne
Keynote Session Announcement featuring Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta and President of Agnes Scott College, Leocadia I. Zak in the session titled "Mobilizing Minds and Connecting People"

 

Mobilizing Minds and Connecting People

Leadership is about mobilizing minds and connecting people. In the concluding keynote session, Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta, and Leocadia Zak, President of Agnes Scott College, will discuss inclusive leadership as it fosters innovation and shares productive examples of partnerships between industry and education.

You’re invited to join us at Agnes Scott College on October 13. Learn more and register today at agnesscott.edu/wglc2022

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