KFLA is delighted to announce and invite Kellogg fellow women from around the world to attend the first Global Networks Forum on Advancing Women’s Leadership; which will take place in Miami, FL, November 17-19, 2015.
This event is being strategically designed by the prestigious Ashoka, Eisenhower, Kellogg, Harvard Loeb and German Marshall Memorial fellowships with the goal to spark a powerful women-for-women worldwide network. In attendance, there will be 200 alumnae from these fellowships who are in positions to help one another, and to help women in their communities at local, regional, national and global levels.
So far, we are pleased to announce that two exciting keynote speakers have been confirmed so far, one of whom is a Kellogg Fellow alumna:
- Dr. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngucka: Under-Secretary General and Executive Director, U.N. Women; Former Deputy President, South Africa | Kellogg Fellow (KSAL)
- Dr. Donna Shalala: President, Clinton Foundation, former U.S. Secretary, Health and Human Services
We believe this forum will provide a path-breaking opportunity for fellows to share leadership strategies and innovations across their networks, sectors and borders to solve many issues women face globally.
Registrations will open late July.
(Check your e-mail for the official announcement)
KELLOGG FELLOWS ONLY PRE-EVENT GATHERING
A Collaborative Session with Under-Secretary General Mlambo-Ngucka
We were thrilled to learn earlier this year that Dr.Phumzile Mlambo-Ngucka, the Under-Secretary General and Executive Director for the U.N. Women is a Kellogg Fellow, part of the Kellogg South African Leadership Program (KSAL). Dr.Phumzile Mlambo-Ngucka is now part of the Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance and has accepted our invitation to be the opening plenary speaker at the main event (Nov.17th at 6pm).
Additionally, KFLA will be hosting a very special session with and for Kellogg Fellow women only on November 17th from 9:00am to 1:00pm, with Under-Secretary Mlambo-Ngucka, to discuss how women in our network could contribute to the goals set by UN Women.
Space is extremely limited. If you are interested in attending this session, please email [email protected]