COLUMBIA, SC – This week, WREN joins hundreds of leaders from around the world to discuss gender equity solutions on the global scale.
WREN’s CEO Ann Warner is representing the organization at the Reykjavik Global Women Leaders Forum in Iceland. The forum convenes women leaders from all sectors, including politics, business, civil society, academia, the arts and media, to share ideas and solutions on how to further advance society towards female and male equality and to promote and positively develop the number of women in leadership positions. It is being held from Nov. 8 to 10.
From WREN’s CEO Ann Warner: “I am honored to be representing WREN at the Reykjavik Global Women Leaders Forum in Iceland, a country that is leading the world in their progress toward gender equity. I am eager to learn from global leaders who are building power with and for women in their communities, and to share the gains that we are making in South Carolina for gender equity and justice.”
The Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network (WREN) is a South Carolina-based nonpartisan nonprofit organization. WREN uses a gender justice framework to build a movement to advance the health, economic well-being, and rights of South Carolina’s women, girls, and gender-expansive people. Learn more at scwren.org.
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