Leadership is essential in expanding opportunities for women. Suzanne Fallender, Head of Corporate Responsibility at Intel and Director of their Global Girls and Women Initiative, is one of those leaders. She believes you need to integrate the idea of developing women leaders (as well as other corporate responsibility objectives) into company business units to make progress. Proving the value proposition in all that is key. Susan explains how corporate responsibility and developing women leaders can help manage risk, improve the bottom line by controlling costs, and help brands find new applications for company products. Listen to her talk at the 85 Broads Phoenix luncheon.
Another leader, social entrepreneur Jerrie Ueberle, also works hard to expand opportunities for women with the World Academy for the Future of Women. Patricia Caso of TheWomen'sEye interviewed Jerrie about what her programs are accomplishing. Read more about how Jerrie aims to help women discover their voice, their purpose and their passion!