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ANNOUNCING THE JUDY Z. GROSSMAN MENTORSHIP FUND

In memory of our friend and colleague.

 
 
 
 
 

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.


                             Mission
We are executive women working together to increase the number of women in leadership roles, expand their impact and influence, and position them to drive positive change in the region. 

                             Vision
The Forum of Executive Women is recognized as the source for leveraging the collective power of women's leadership in the Philadelphia region.


 

Check out our
2015 women on boards report!

"MAKING CHANGE HAPPEN:
WHAT's IT GOING TO TAKE?"

Sponsored by our "Women Upfront Sponsor," PwC



2015 Leadership breakfast highlights

bE INSPIRED AGAIN!

"Dare to Lead" Presentation by Keynote Speaker Sara Mathew

Call to Action from Forum President Suzanne Mayes and PWC's Deanna Byrne


L-R: Julie Kaeli, Deanna Byrne, Sara Mathew, Suzanne Mayes, Sharon Hardy and Ed Lovelidge


 
The Forum Alliance is a two-year strategic alliance initiative of The Forum of Executive Women. We are proud to have Clarifi as our first Ally. 
 
Clarifi provides financial counseling, education, college planning and debt reduction programs to residents of the Greater Philadelphia region.  Founded in 1966, Clarifi assists individuals, the majority of whom are women, in improving their financial capability and stability while achieving lifelong financial literacy. 

 

 

MEET FORUM MEMBER KATHLEEN OWENS:

Kathleen Owens, PhD
President
Gwynedd-Mercy University

"Over my career, I have learned to value and acknowledge my personal and professional journey and have come to realize, like Phil Jackson says, "the journey is the reward."  While there are many ups and downs over the course of one's career (and life), leadership requires accumulated and synthesized learnings from up and down the yellow brick road."

 

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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