The Junior League of Washington presents

Junior League of Washington: Women's Leadership Breakfast

April 30, 2021 08:00 AM - 10:00 AM @ Virtual Event


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Event Details

This year’s virtual breakfast will feature keynote speaker Susan Goldberg, Editor-in-Chief of National Geographic. Under her leadership, National Geographic has been honored with nine National Magazine Awards, including four awards in 2020 and the top prize for General Excellence in 2019. In addition to awards for journalism, Goldberg has been recognized repeatedly for leadership. In 2013, she was voted one of Washington’s “11 Most Influential Women in the Media” by Washingtonian Magazine


This interactive two-hour virtual event is sure to inspire, with a program packed with female leaders sharing their stories of success and overcoming challenges to help you develop the skills to lead confidently - no matter the circumstances. 


Fireside Chat: The event will also feature a fireside chat between two local D.C. women who are outstanding in their fields, moderated by award-winning journalist and WUSA9 weeknight anchor Lesli Foster

  • Gina Shaefer - Owner and Operator of 13 ACE Hardware stores
  • Carla Hayden, PhD - 14th Librarian of Congress 


Leadership Training: Dr. Laura Morgan Roberts, a Professor of Practice at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, will conduct a training on how to lead diverse teams. Attendees will receive a workbook to help them apply leadership concepts discussed throughout the event.  


Members are eligible to receive a membership credit.

Junior League of Washington: Women's Leadership Breakfast

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The Junior League of Washington

The Junior League of Washington (JLW) is an organization formed by, run by, and empowered by women. We are nearly 2,300 women committed to developing the potential of women and using our collective talents, strengths, and voices to improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. When JLW was founded in 1914, a small, inspired group of women united to address serious social issues impacting our greater Washington, DC, community, beginning with a focus on children’s welfare. Since then, thousands of JLW volunteers have devoted themselves to our community while developing their own leadership and volunteer skills and forging valuable friendships with fellow JLW members.

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