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United We(men) Win: Breaking the Glass Ceiling in IR and Foreign Policy

  • SAIS, JHU 1740 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest Washington, DC, 20036 United States (map)

The day after #StateOfWomen, for the first time the main women programs and organizations engaged in IR and Foreign Policy will join forces to discuss how to promote international women leadership! Join us for an exciting discussion, precious advice and unique networking!

Introductions by:

Federiga Bindi, Director, Women in IR - We-Bind

Speakers include:  

Patricia Ellis, President, Women's Foreign Policy Group 

Chantal de Jonge Oudraat, President, Women in International Security

Gwen K. Young, Director, WPSP and Global Women's Leadership Initiative, Wilson Center

Evelyn Suarez, President, Women in International Trade

Federiga Bindi, Sr. Fellow, CTR at SAIS Johns Hopkins University; Director of the Foreign Policy Initiative, IWPR and Jean Monnet Chair, University of Rome Tor Vergata

Moderated by:

Sandra Pepera, Director, Gender, Women, and Democracy, National Democratic Institute

Download the conference program

Sandra Pepera of NDI leads the panel discussion

Sandra Pepera of NDI leads the panel discussion

From left to right: Patricia Ellis, President, Women's Foreign Policy Group; Evelyn Suarez, President, Women in International Trade; Federiga Bindi, Sr. Fellow, CTR at SAIS; Director, Foreign Policy Initiative, IWPR; Jean Monnet Chair, University of Rome Tor Vergata; Gwen K. Young, Director WPSP & Global Women's Leadership Initiative, Wilson Center; Chantal de Jonge Oudraat, President, Women in International Security; Sandra Pepera, Director, Gender, Women, and Democracy, National Democratic Institute.

From left to right: Patricia Ellis, President, Women's Foreign Policy Group; Evelyn Suarez, President, Women in International Trade; Federiga Bindi, Sr. Fellow, CTR at SAIS; Director, Foreign Policy Initiative, IWPR; Jean Monnet Chair, University of Rome Tor Vergata; Gwen K. Young, Director WPSP & Global Women's Leadership Initiative, Wilson Center; Chantal de Jonge Oudraat, President, Women in International Security; Sandra Pepera, Director, Gender, Women, and Democracy, National Democratic Institute.