Introducing the AWL Virtual Mentor Series
Adventist Women Leaders is launching a new resource for women leaders in 2022. It’s called the AWL Virtual Mentor Series and will address topics women suggested in our survey and discussion groups.
“We asked women leaders to share best practices, lessons learned, and how to effectively do everything from chairing a board, to building and leading teams to having difficult conversations, to finding your voice when you’re the only woman at the table,” says Celeste Ryan Blyden, AWL chair. “We’ve all been there, so let’s come together and help each other through.”
The series will begin Feb. 17 at 3 p.m. Eastern, with executive leadership coach Leah JM Dean who will talk about the value and benefits of assembling your tribe. What is a tribe? Who is a tribe? And why does every woman leader need one?
“The AWL Virtual Mentor Series will be a blessing because it focuses on one of the most crucial building blocks of leadership,” says AWL Committee Member Brenda Dickerson. “Mentoring and being mentored is something women leaders benefit from during every stage of our careers.”
To stay informed about upcoming topics and meeting dates, check the AWL newsletter, website, Facebook and Instagram pages.
To suggest topics, email us at email@example.com.
— Michele Joseph, managing editor, Adventist Women Leaders newsletter