Date: April 11 (4:15-7;45 PM) and April 12 (9:30 AM-5:30 PM)
Location: HKS Carr Center, Cambridge MA 02138
POC: Yasmin Padamsee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Additional information the film festival is below:
The Carr Center on Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School will hold “Pride & Prejudice: Film festival, and Symposium” on 11 – 12 April 2019 about decriminalizing same-sex relations. Across the world, same-sex relationships are being decriminalized in India (2018), Belize (2016), Nauru (2016), Seychelles (2016), Mozambique (2015), Lesotho (2012), Fiji (2010), and the British Virgin Islands (2001).
However, the progress is slow, in large part, as the hearts and minds of the broader population are not invested in this change.
We need to support lawyers and activists trying to overturn some of these colonial-era laws that criminalize adult consensual relationships between same-sex couples and can by helping people understand the love does not have a gender.
The Alumni Network of Harvard Women (ANHW) is very excited to open a Chicago chapter.
To kickstart the Chicago chapter, I would like to invite each and every Harvard Women in Chicago to gather and get to know each other.
Please join us on a Sunday evening on Dec 9th in the "Willow Room" to meet your fellow women alumni from Harvard. The Wine cellar in the Willow Room, which has a private bar, will be reserved for Harvard women. You can buy your own drinks while mingling with your fellow alumni.
Please save the date for Portland’s second HKSWN event - a late-afternoon casual get-together at a residence in the Pearl district. Details TBA.
Reach out to Jane if you are interested in joining or have any questions!
Vegetarian finger foods (including dairy and eggs) welcome!
Join the HKSWN in support of one of our outstanding members - Allison Shapira!
See below for more details:
FREE EVENT - Click Here to RSVP
Please join us for an exclusive evening to celebrate the release of Speak with Impact: How to Command the Room and Influence Others, written by HKS DC alumna and Global Public Speaking Founder/CEO Allison Shapira and published by HarperCollins Leadership. The evening will include networking, a book signing, a reading by the author, and much more. Books will be available for purchase at the event. You can also pre-order them on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
Attendance is free but RSVP is required. For more details and to RSVP, click here on the Eventbrite page .
About Speak with Impact:
Every day, you have an opportunity to use your voice to have a positive impact—at work or in your community. With the right guidance, anyone can be a powerful speaker. Learn to conquer fear, capture attention, motivate action, and take charge of your career with Speak with Impact. Written by an opera singer turned CEO, speaker, and executive communication coach, the book unravels the mysteries of commanding attention in any setting, professional or personal. When you know what to say and how to say it, people listen. Find your powerful voice… and step into leadership. Speak with impact.
Allison Shapira (MC/MPA 2010) is the founder/CEO of Global Public Speaking, a communication training firm based in Washington, DC that works with companies and individuals around the world. She is also an adjunct lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School teaching The Arts of Communication.
Co-Hosts: Ewha Institute for Leadership Development(EILD) & Global Competitiveness Empowerment Forum (GCEonsor: Ministry of Gender Equality and Family(MOGEF) & Chosunilbo The Better Future & Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA)
Partner: CMO Campus ∙ Expat Professional and Business Women's Network International (EPBWN) ∙ Harvard Kennedy School Women's Network (HKSWN) ∙ Korean-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KGCCI)∙ Women in INovation (WIN)
Topic: Empowering Global Women Leadership for Gender Equality
Pre-Registration Link: https://goo.gl/forms/PUQ0CUtPeEAUsLKZ2
The HKSWN in Chicago is hosting an exciting event: A Conversation with Desirée Rogers for HKS Women Leaders. Desirée is Chair of Choose Chicago and former White House Social Secretary for President Obama. She'll share leadership lessons and stories from moments throughout her career.
BYOB - Please bring something to share
Please RSVP here if you're interested in attending! Space is limited.
Meet the HKS summer interns in San Francisco
Google and Tom Ranese are generously hosting a Happy Hour in San Francisco. It's a chance to meet our HKS summer interns and introduce them to our HKS in SF community.
Space is limited, so please contact email@example.com as soon as you can.
July 12th (Thursday)
5:30 - 8:00pm
345 Spear Street, San Francisco, California
HKS Women's Network in Israel is hosting an event concentrating on the issue of "Effective Ways to Promote Women in Senior Positions."
A panel of professional women from different sectors will highlight their insights and share their experiences on this issue. Subsequently, we hope to initiate a platform to promote a change and to support, as an active network, the promotion of women to senior positions in Israel.
For more information, contact Limor (050-6215559) / Gali (050-6240884)
Join us for the HKS Women's Network San Francisco Potluck.
We'll be having a dinner in the Mission (address shared once you RSVP). Please bring something small to share with a group of ~15-20 badass women, potluck style.
The mission of the Harvard Kennedy School Women’s Network (HKSWN) is to connect, support and amplify the efforts of HKS women and gender nonconforming individuals in authentic, meaningful, and powerful ways.
Join HLSWA and HKSWN of Philly as two of the area's most prominent public interest leaders, Deborah Gordon Klehr of the Education Law Centerand Susan Vivian Mangold of the Juvenile Law Center share their expert insight about the most pressing interest affecting Children and the Law.
This event is a special opportunity to connect with the Kennedy School alumnae group of Philadelphia
The event is free though RSVPs will be required firstname.lastname@example.org
HKS Women’s Network and Harvard W3D present: When Women Run
Thursday, April 26 │ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Cove, Dupont Circle (1666 Connecticut Ave NW)
Event Cost: $15 (to cover cost of food and space)
Please click HERE to RSVP and for additional information on the panelists.