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Today is #GivingTuesday

Give to GC4W on #GivingTuesday by texting “GC4W” to “56512” to give to the GC4W Entrepreneurship Fund. The GC4W Entrepreneurship Scholarship Fund, which ensures female entrepreneurs get the financial support and training they need to bring their business ideas to the global marketplace. The Global Connections for Women Foundation (GC4W) created the GC4W University Programs to increase access to quality education for women…

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Earn Academic Credits with GC4W University Programs.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Earn Academic Credits with GC4W University Programs. The Global Connections for Women Foundation partners with the International School of Management (ISM) to offer Academic Credits to participants in the GC4W University Programs. You can now earn academic credits when you participate in the GC4W Advanced Entrepreneurs Programs for entrepreneurs and business leaders. Research findings suggest that the challenges that…

GC4W Entrepreneurship Certificate Program at the Wing.

GC4W Entrepreneurship Certificate Program comes to “The Wing.” – Apply Below! The Global Connections for Women Foundation is creating new pathways for women entrepreneurs to succeed in their pursuit of scalable business practices, and business leadership. As part of our effort to increase access to quality education for female entrepreneurs. The GC4W will run the second cohort of the GC4W Entrepreneurship Certificate 5-Day…

Announcing the 2020 GC4W Entrepreneurship Ball

At the 2020 edition of the GC4W Entrepreneurship Ball, we will honor an exceptional group of individuals for excellence in entrepreneurship and business leadership, innovation and thought-leadership, and male gender equality ally. The proceeds from the GC4W entrepreneurship ball will support the training and development of female entrepreneurs through the GC4W Entrepreneurship Program.  The 2020 GC4W awards category : Business Entrepreneur…

Most Men Are Gender-Equality Allies in Private. Why Not in Public?

The film producer Harvey Weinstein’s decades of sexual harassment — which many have described as an open secret in Hollywood — have exploded onto the pages of the New York Times. The New Yorker documents even more disturbing accusations of rape and assault. It’s now clear that many men and women in Weinstein’s company and in the film industry knew about these alleged crimes but…

The GC4W University Board

Meet the newest members of the GC4W University Leadership Board at the Global Connections for Women Foundation (GC4W). GC4W continues in our efforts and mission to creating leadership and entrepreneurship programs for women and girls worldwide – to help expand their business acumen and business leadership. We are also committed to promoting sustainable business practices that will propel and enable…

How the Best Bosses Interrupt Bias in the Workplace

Companies spend millions on antibias training each year. The goal is to create workforces that are more inclusive, and thereby more innovative and more effective. Studies show that well-managed diverse groups outperform homogeneous ones and are more committed, have higher collective intelligence, and are better at making decisions and solving problems. But research also shows that bias prevention programs rarely…

‘Sitara: Let Girls Dream’ by Sharmeen comes to Netflix

Netflix will release the animated short Sitara: Let Girls Dream from two-time Oscar-winning and three-time Emmy-winning director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy. Titled Sitara: Let Girls Dream, the moving story centers on a 14-year-old girl named Pari who dreams of being a pilot, while growing up in a society that doesn’t allow her to dream. “Young girls everywhere still face considerable hurdles in achieving their dreams. Sitara embodies that struggle;…

Lilian Ajayi Ore joins Corporate Development Conference.

The 2019 Corporate Development Conference theme is titled, Pivot to Prepare: Transforming Business Models through Dealmaking About the Conference: This year’s conference will take an up-close look at the strategies of successful Corporate Development executives with a focus on defining value drivers and how to capture value across the spectrum of acquisition and divestiture. A range of highly interactive sessions…

Queen Latifah to receive Harvard black culture award

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. — Music artist and actress Queen Latifah is among the honorees being recognized by Harvard University this year for their contributions to black history and culture. Harvard is set to award the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal to Queen Latifah and six other recipients on Oct. 22, 2019, according to the Cambridge, Massachusetts school’s Hutchins Center for African and African…