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Apply to the GC4W Girls Can Lead Program

Welcome to the GC4W Girls Can Lead Program The goals of the GC4W Girls Can Lead Program is to create more opportunities for young girls to reach for their dreams, transform through positive connections, and to learn how to thrive in an everchanging world. The Global Connections for Women Foundation is thrilled to officially launch the Girls Can Lead program in the month of August 2020. The program will accept 20 girls…

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GC4W Webinar on Leadership and Entrepreneurship

The GC4W University Webinar Series is an exciting opportunity for you to learn new skills and leadership tactics from successful entrepreneurs and business leaders on more ways to create a sustainable business and increase the growth potential of your business.  About the gc4w university upcoming webinar: This Leadership and Entrepreneurship webinar with the Kendra Scott Brand and GC4Women.org will cover the following topics:  ✔️…

PRESS RELEASE: GC4W Receives 2020 Best of Manhattan Award.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE We are thrilled to announce that for the six consecutive years, the Global Connections for Women Foundation (GC4W) has received the Best of Manhattan Award in the Charity Organizations category, selected by the Manhattan Award Program in 2020.  An award presented by the Manhattan Award Program, Honoring the Achievement of GC4W. MANHATTAN July 28th, 2020 — Global Connections for Women Foundation –…

GC4W Circle Wellness Retreat

It’s time to take a breath on Saturday, July 25th at 1pm EST.  The GC4W Circle Wellness retreat is an exclusive opportunity to hear from our special guests on new ways for renewal, reenergize, and gain insights on how to heal our mind and body with food. Join us as we explore our Mind + Body Connections.  Space is limited > confirm your…

Top 5 Ways to Survive Virtual Classrooms

Top 5 Ways to Survive Virtual Classrooms

We asked a group of productive and brilliant high school students to share some insights on how they are surviving the transition to a virtual classroom. The following are their recommendations on the top 5 ways to survive virtual classrooms. 1. MAXIMIZE PRODUCTIVITY IN YOUR VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS My best advice for high school students to maximize productivity in virtual classrooms…

Shop a Curated Box from Female Founder Collective x Birchbox

Shop Curated Boxes from Female Founder Collective x Birchbox to support women-founded businesses in honor of Mother’s Day. We are inviting you to celebrate Mother’s Day by shopping and supporting women-owned brands on Birchbox.com/ffc. For the second year in a row, we’re partnering with the FFC—a network of businesses with a goal of highlighting women-founded businesses—founded by designer Rebecca Minkoff.…

Lilian Ajayi Ore joins Columbia University Human Capital Management Virtual Town Hall

Columbia University Human Capital Management Virtual Town Hall: Pandemics as a Test of Workforce Sustainability YOU’RE INVITEDFree Virtual Event – Space is Limited COVID-19 has been a global test of resilience for organizations, corporate leadership, external communities, and business partners. Please join our esteemed panel of scholar-practitioners for a timely discussion of how sustainable workforce strategies contribute to the fate…

Queen Elizabeth Moves Out As Buckingham Palace Staff Tests Positive

Queen Elizabeth of England, moves out as Buckingham Palace staff tests positive for Coronavirus. At 93, the Queen falls into the ‘highly vulnerable’ category for the illness, therefore, extra precautions are being taken. As the novel Coronavirus continues to spread across Europe, it is understood that the virus has managed to reach Buckingham Palace, impacting a royal aide whilst Queen Elizabeth was still…

Entrepreneur, Amber Leong, is GC4W’s Person of the Day

GC4W’s Person of the Day is Amber Leong is the first-ever Malaysian to receive a multi-million deal on US Reality TV, Shark Tank. In October, Amber Leong astonished the investors on ABC’s Shark Tank with her story: As a 20-year-old, Leong had ridden a one-way ticket from the outskirts of tropical Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to a snowy Minnesota college, where she beat a life-threatening…