Global Women in Management (GWIM) alumnae visited Counterpart for a mentoring workshop, where they created and presented comprehensive, innovative, and inspired plans for their organizations’ mentoring programs.  The alumnae were  joined by Counterpart’s new President and CEO, Ann Hudock, Chairman of the Board, Raul Herrera, and former President and CEO, Joan Parker.

The WomenLead Institute brings to the Counterpart Network more than 40 years of expertise in strengthening women’s leadership and management skills, fueling greater representation and impact of women in leadership positions across all sectors and institutions, in the United States and in countries around the world.  GWIM is the WomenLead Institute’s flagship leadership program, generously supported by the ExxonMobil Foundation.


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