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35 remarkable years!

Click here for our 35th Anniversary Video.




The Forum Foundation supports initiatives that promote the advancement of women leaders in the Philadelphia region.


Announcing the Judy Z. Grossman Mentorship Fund

In memory of our friend and colleague.
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The Forum of Executive Women is a membership organization of over 400 women of influence in the Greater Philadelphia region, whose members hold top positions in every major segment of the community.   We serve as the linchpin for a multitude of initiatives that have sparked critical conversations in executive suites, board rooms and public policy arenas.

Our Mission
As the region's premier women's organization,we actively work to promote our mission to leverage the power of executive women in the Greater Philadelphia region to expand the impact and influence of women leaders.
Our Vision

Women and men share an equal place in leadership, policy and decision making in all private and public entities.


Check out our
2014 women on boards report!

"Voices at the table"

Sponsored by our "Women Upfront Sponsor," PwC

2014 LEadership breakfast

Left to right: Deanna Byrne, John Fry, Nila Betof, Sharon Hardy, Jennifer Allyn, Ed Lovelidge

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Tara L. Weiner
Senior Partner,
Deloitte & Touche, LLP

"To achieve more than nominal advancement of women into the executive suites and boardrooms, we need to transition from incremental initiatives and programs to fundamental change and the adoption of a shared vision between leaders and individuals."



Special thanks to our pro bono legal counsel.

Special thanks to EisnerAmper LLP for providing tax and advisory services on behalf of The Forum Foundation.

2013 ION Report

FOEW is a member of the InterOrganization Network coalition. 

ION At-A-Glance Summary



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